AboutI am an Assistant Professor of German Studies & History at Montana State University in Bozeman. Academically, my interests include literature, film, protest, materiality, and visual culture. When not working I can be found fly-fishing or hiking around Montana.
Ph.D. Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, McGill University
M.A. Department of Germanics, University of Washington
B.A. Department of German; Department of History, University of Montana
Publications“The Politics of Removal: ‘Kursbuch’ and the West German Protest Movement.” The Sixties 7:2 (2014): 138-54.
Upcoming Talks and Conferences“Medium, Materiality, and the Message: Staging Protest in Periodicals.” German Studies Association Conference, October 2020, Washington DC
“Literature’s Media Archeologies & West Germany’s 1968.” MSU History Department, March 2020, Bozeman
“Proofreading Populism: On Errors & Edits in Contemporary Street Art.” Pacific Ancient & Modern Language Association, November 2019, San Diego
MLA (Modern Languages Association)
GSA (German Studies Association)
SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies)
CAUTG (Canadian Association of University Teachers of German)