Randolph-Macon College, Fall 2002 – present:
The New German Cinema (FLET 221)
Introduction to Film History and Art (FILM 210)
Introduction to International Film (FILM 244)
Women and Film (WMST 347)
Migration and Film (First Year Experience Course, FYE 119/120)
Major Filmmakers (FILM 345)
East West Encounters in Film (FYEC 235)
Beginning German (GERM 111&112) and
Intermediate German (GERM 211&212). Text: Neue Horizonte.
Conversation and Film (GERM 245).
Advanced German Conversation (GERM 305&306).
The German Novelle (GERM 315)
Wellesley College, 2000-02:
Beginning and Intermediate German. Text: Neue Horizonte.
Intensive German (January 2001)
Advanced Studies in German Literature and Culture:
“Globalization and Migration: An Exploration of Minority Culture in Germany”
“Representations of Minority Culture: The Young Turks of German Cinema”
Ohio State University, 1999-2000:
Conversation and composition (German culture course 1945 until present)
Courses on 18th, 19th, and 20th century German literature and culture
Intermediate German. Texts: Kaleidoskop; Rückblick.
Brown University, 1993–98:
“Guilt Management: Postwar German Culture” (Instructor: Thomas W. Kniesche)
Introduced some of the readings and films; developed discussion materials;
Brown Learning Community (Brown University’s division of continuing education):
Accelerated Beginning, Intermediate & Advanced German.
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, Fall 1992:
Beginning German. Text: Deutsch: Na Klar!
Volkshochschule, Germany, 1990-91:
Taught beginning and intermediate German to a multinational group of immigrants.
Goethe-Institut, Izmir, Turkey, Spring 1989:
Involved in teaching various German courses; Participated in meetings with