Wed 2-4, OH312
Fall 2019: GER 100 (L5102, MW 6-8 pm)
I studied German Studies and History at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt (Main), where I obtained my Bachelor and Master of Arts. During my studies I worked as student assistant, tutor and, after finishing my M.A., as research assistant and instructor of introductory courses. My research focuses on medieval and early modern German literature, especially epic poems and their transmission in manuscripts and prints from the 15th and 16th centuries. Since my research is closely connected to questions of material philology, I also attend the Collaborative Program in Book History and Print Culture at University of Toronto.
“di fursten sprachen alle bi ainem munde. Das deutsche Rolandslied in seinen Bezügen zur Herrschaft Heinrichs des Löwen,” in Concilium Medii Aevi 20 (2017), pp. 1-26.
Scholarships and Awards
- Connaught International Scholarship, University of Toronto, 2019
- Deutschlandstipendium, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt (Main), 2013-2015