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Lecturer III, Concentration Advisor
University of MichiganGerman Department3122 MLB812 E. Washington St., Ann Arbor, MI48109-1275
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Andrew Mills is one of two departmental undergraduate advisors for German concentrators and minors, and shares responsibility for the department’s internal and external outreach programs. Andrew teaches intermediate and advanced German language and literature. His teaching has included courses on 19th century honor violence, German-Jewish relations from the Enlightenment to the founding of the Federal Republic, religion in German society, and the image of the Jew in German literature. Andrew’s most recent publication in the Germanic Review examines the notion of Satisfaktion in 19th century Germanic culture and society, and aims to establish a concise understanding of the term for the study of German-language fiction. Other published essays examine the concept of career opportunism amongst Third-Reich entertainment musicians and the notion of total mobilization in Germany and Japan. His current research projects address Landserheft publications in the age of an all-volunteer Bundeswehr, and examine the ongoing popularity of fencing violence in German university fraternities.
Germanic Languages and Literatures
Modern Languages Building812 E. Washington St., 3106 MLBUniversity of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI