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Dr. phil. Sabine N. Meyer

Anglistik
Neuer Graben 40
49069 Osnabrück

Raum: 41/121a
Tel.: +49 541 969-4253
E-Mail: sabmeyer@uni-osnabrueck.de

Sprechzeiten: Sprechstunden nach Vereinbarung

Teaching & Research Interests


US-American Social and Cultural History (19th and 20th century), Native American/Indigenous Studies , Law and Literature, Ethnic Studies, Gender Studies, Visual Culture Studies, Media Studies, Transnational American Studies

Academic Employment


10/2016-                 
Research position sponsored by the German Research Foundation (DFG)  ("Sachbeihilfe"/ Eigene Stelle); research project: "The Claims of History: Native and National Narratives of Land as Property in the U.S." ("Eigentumsgeschichte(n): Land als Eigentum in Indigenen und Nationalen Narrativen in den USA")
https://www.uni-osnabrueck.de/presse_oeffentlichkeit/presseportal/pressemeldung/artikel/wessen-land-die-uni-untersucht-wie-sich-der-eigentumsbegriff-in-der-nordamerikanischen-literatur-n.html

4/2016-9/2016                      
Assistant Professor of American Studies (Akademische Rätin auf Zeit) at the Institute for British and American Studies at the University of Osnabrück

4/2015-3/2016
Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study "Law as Culture" (Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Recht als Kultur") at Bonn

4/2011-3/2015
Assistant Professor of American Studies (Akademische Rätin auf Zeit) at the Institute for British and American Studies at the University of OsnabrückCoordinator of the Osnabrück Summer Institute on the Cultural Study of the Law (OSI) http://www.osi.uni-osnabrueck.de/
 

4/2009-4/2011
Senior Lecturer (Lehrkraft f. besondere Aufgaben) "American Cultural Studies" at the American Studies department of Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster

10/2008-3/2009
Senior Lecturer (Lehrkraft f. besondere Aufgaben) "Literary and Cultural Didactics" at the English Didactics department of Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster

11/2003-8/2004
Student Assistant at the Dean's Office of the Faculty of Philology at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz

1/2003-3/2003
Student Assistant of Dr. habil. Helmut Schmahl (History Department, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz)

10/2002-12/2002
Student Assistant of Prof. W. Herget (American Studies department, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz)

2/2001-6/2001
Student Assistant of the Interdisciplinary Research Group for North American Studies (IANAS) at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz

Education


University of Osnabrück (2011-2017)
Second Book Project (Habilitation): "Visions of Peoplehood and Indigenous Futurity in Native American Removal Literature" (Working Title)

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (1999-2001, 2002-2010)
PhD in American Studies, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (supervised by Prof. Dr. Alfred Hornung), summa cum laude (2010)
Dissertation Title: "Hopping on or off the Water Wagon? The Temperance Movement in St. Paul, Minnesota, 1848-1919."

M.A. (Magistra Artium), American Studies, Medieval and Early Modern History, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz (2005)
Title MA-thesis: "Irish, Germans, and the Temperance Movement in St. Paul, Minnesota, 1869-1887."

First State Examination, English, History, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz (2005)

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA (2001-2002)
Graduate courses in American Studies and Immigration History

Scholarships, Awards, Fellowships & Research Grants


4/2016-10/2018
Research project funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG): "The Claims of History: Native and National Narratives of Land as Property in the U.S." ("Eigentumsgeschichte(n): Land als Eigentum in Indigenen und Nationalen Narrativen in den USA") (together with Prof. Dr. Peter Schneck)
https://www.uni-osnabrueck.de/presse_oeffentlichkeit/presseportal/pressemeldung/artikel/wessen-land-die-uni-untersucht-wie-sich-der-eigentumsbegriff-in-der-nordamerikanischen-literatur-n.html

2/2016
Nomination for the Scientific Award of the Federal State of Lower Saxony 2016 in the category "Young Scientists" by the University of  Osnabrück

4/2015-3/2016
Fellowship at the Center for Advanced Study "Law as Culture" (Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Recht als Kultur") at Bonn

6/2014
Nominated for the Hans Mühlenhoff teaching award of the University of Osnabrück

7/2011
Nominated for the award of the Friends of the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz for the best dissertation 2010/11.

12/2010
Award for the best dissertation in the field of Historical Cultural Studies 2009/10. Forschungsschwerpunkt Historische Kulturwissenschaften der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz.
http://www.uni-mainz.de/presse/41897.php

6/2010-3/2012
Participant of Erstklassig!, the WWU-Mentoring-Program for Excellent Young Academics
http://www.uni-muenster.de/Rektorat/exec/upm.php?rubrik=Hochschulpolitik&neu=1&monat=201203&nummer=15298

1/2006-10/2008
PhD scholarship by the Cusanuswerk

9/2005
Participation in the Bucerius Seminar in the United States (sponsored by the Zeit Foundation, the GHI in Washington D.C., and the University of Chicago)

4/2001- 7/2005
Scholarship by the Cusanuswerk

4/2004-9/2004
Research scholarship by the federal state Rhineland-Palatinate

8/2001- 5/2002
Scholarship by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

Membership in Editorial Boards of International Journals


Brill Research Perspectives in Art and Law

Publications


Books

Meyer, Sabine N. We Are What We Drink: The Temperance Battle in Minnesota. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2015 (hardcover), 2018 (paperback).
http://www.press.uillinois.edu/books/catalog/86qnf4tt9780252039355.html

Book Reviews
Author Interviews
  • Author Interview, We Are What We Drink: The Temperance Battle in Minnesota with David Krueger from Marginalia - A Los Angeles Review of Books Channel, Nov. 10, 2015, http://marginalia.lareviewofbooks.org/first-impressions-57-sabine-n-meyer/
  • Author Interview, We Are What We Drink: The Temperance Battle in Minnesota with Nick Woltman from the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Read in Brew Town, Premium Section of the St. Paul Pioneer Press Sunday Edition, October 2015, 7-11, 20-23.


Book Series/Edited Collections

Meyer, Sabine N., Birgit Däwes, and Karsten Fitz (general editors). Routledge Research in Transnational Indigenous Perspectives. New York: Routledge.
http://www.routledge.com/books/series/RRTIP/


Meyer, Sabine N., Irina Brittner, and Peter Schneck, eds. The United States and the Question of Rights (Heidelberg: Winter, spring 2018).

Meyer, Sabine N., Birgit Däwes, and Karsten Fitz, eds. Twenty-First Century Perspectives on Indigenous Studies: Native North America in (Trans)Motion. New York: Routledge, 2015.
 

Journal Articles
 

Meyer, Sabine N. "Beware of Positive Images! Non-Native "Revisionist" Film Practice, Visual Literacy, Multicultural Literacy, and the EFL-Classroom." Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht (accepted for publication, forthcoming).

Meyer, Sabine N. "Decentering Man's Place in the Universe: Yakari and Its Visual Representation of Native Americans." zkmb | online Zeitschrift Kunst Medien Bildung. 20 July 2013. Web. (peer-reviewed)

Meyer, Sabine N. "From Federal Indian Law to Indigenous Rights: Legal Discourse and the Contemporary Native American Novel on the Indian Removal." Law & Literature 29.2 (2017): 269-90. (peer-reviewed)

Meyer, Sabine N. "'Poetry [Film] = Anger x Imagination': Intermediality, the Synthesis of Poetry and Film, and Cross-Cultural Belonging in Sherman Alexie’s The Business of Fancydancing." American Indian Quarterly, forthcoming  43.2 (2019). (peer-reviewed)

Meyer, Sabine N. "'A Strong Antidote against Unbelief and Seduction': Carl Friedrich Scheibler's Leben und Schicksale der Pokahuntas (1781) and the German Theological Enlightenment." Eighteenth-Century Studies  49.3 (2016): 371-89. (peer-reviewed)

Meyer, Sabine N. "Transcending Intellectual Nationalism: Teaching U.S. History in German Universities." Journal of American History  96.4 (March 2010). 1094-99. (peer-reviewed)

Meyer, Sabine N. "The World Was Not Made for Men: Representations of Native Americans in Yakari." Ethnoscripts 15.1 (2013): 86-100.


Book Chapters

Meyer, Sabine N. "Cultural Difference, Transcultural Belonging, and Identitarian Spaces in Babel (2006)." Transnationalism in the Americas. Ed. Josef Raab. Inter-American Studies| Estudios Interamericano. Trier: Winter & Phoenix: Bilingual Press (accepted for publication, forthcoming 2017).

Meyer, Sabine N. "From Domestic Dependency to Native Cultural Sovereignty: A Legal Reading of Gerald Vizenor’s Chair of Tears." Native American Survivance , Memory, and Futurity: The Gerald Vizenor Continuum. Ed. Birgit Däwes, Alexandra Hauke. New York: Routledge, 2017. 119-34. (peer-reviewed)

Meyer, Sabine N. "From Nationalism to Cosmopolitanism? Contemporary Native American Literature and the Transnational Turn." Transnational American Studies. Ed. Udo Hebel. Heidelberg: Winter, 2012. 283-303.

Meyer, Sabine N. "'If you're an Indian, why don't you write nature poetry?' The Environment in Selected Works of Sherman Alexie." Ecology and Life Writing. Ed. Alfred Hornung, Zao Baisheng. Heidelberg: Winter, 2013. 143-60.
Chinese Translation: 迈耶, 萨拜恩 N. (Meyer, Sabine N.). "'如果你是印第安人,为什么不写自然诗?'———论谢尔曼·阿莱克西诗选中的摇环境." 生态学与生命写作 [Shengtaixue Yu Shengming Xiezuo]. Transl. Lin Jiang.  Beijing: China Social Sciences Press [中国社会科学出版社, Zhongguo Shehui Kexue Chubanshe], 2016. 145-64.

Meyer, Sabine N. "Incorporating the Indigenous Rights Subject: Environmental Justice, Human Rights, and Independent Film." Comparative Indigenous Studies. Ed. Mita Banerjee. Heidelberg: Winter, 2016. 83-112.

Meyer, Sabine N. "In the Shadow of the Marshall Court: Nineteenth-Century Cherokee Conceptualizations of the Law." Twenty-First Century Perspectives on Indigenous Studies: Native North America in (Trans)Motion. Ed. Sabine N. Meyer, Birgit Däwes, Karsten Fitz. New York: Routledge, 2015. 148-71. (peer-reviewed)
 

Meyer, Sabine N. "'I was nothing but a bare skeleton walking the path': Biopolitics and Life in Native American Removal Literature." Biopolitics – Geopolitics – Life: Settler Colonialisms and Indigenous Presences. Ed. René Dietrich, Kerstin Knopf. Durham: Duke UP (accepted for publication, forthcoming 2018).

Meyer, Sabine N. "Law and the Map: Indigenous Art and the Remapping of the Settler State." Law and the Arts. Ed. Werner Gephardt, Jure Leko. Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann, 2017. 315-40.

Meyer, Sabine N. "'Mak[ing] Noble, Law-Abiding Citizens': Scientific Temperance Instruction in American Public Schools." Education and the USA. Ed. Laurenz Volkmann. Heidelberg: Winter, 2011. 71-86.

Meyer, Sabine N. "The Marshall Trilogy and Its Legacies." The Routledge Companion to Native American Literature. Ed. Deborah L. Madsen. New York: Routledge, 2015. 123-34.

Meyer, Sabine N. "Negotiations of Settler Imperialism in American Popular Culture around the Turn of the 20th Century." Provincializing the United States: Colonialism, Decolonization, and (Post)Colonial Governance in Transnational Perspective. Ed. Ursula Lehmkuhl, Norbert Finzsch, and Eva Bischoff. Heidelberg: Winter, 2014. 65-87.

Meyer, Sabine N. "Writing the Life of a Controversial Historical Figure: Two Biographies of Archbishop John Ireland, 1838-1918." Auto/Biography and Mediation. Ed. Alfred Hornung. Heidelberg: Winter, 2010. 377-85.

Meyer, Sabine N. "'Yes, Avatar is Dances with Wolves in space … sorta': Repetitions and Shades of Difference in Two Blockbusters." Remakes and Remaking: Concepts-Media-Practices. Eds. Rüdiger Heinze, Lucia Krämer. Bielefeld: transcript, 2015. 153-70.

Meyer, Sabine N., and Peter Schneck. "AMERICAN BEAUTY (1999), Sam Mendes (dir.)." Film: Part I. Ed. Laurenz Volkmann et al. Teaching Contemporary Literature and Culture 3. Trier: WVT, 2013. 21-46.

Meyer, Sabine N., Birgit Däwes, Karsten Fitz. Introduction. Twenty-First Century Perspectives on Indigenous Studies: Native North America in (Trans)Motion. Ed. Sabine N. Meyer, Birgit Däwes, Karsten Fitz. New York: Routledge, 2015. 1-13.

Encyclopedia Entries

Meyer, Sabine N. "German Americans." Multicultural America: A Multimedia Encyclopedia. Ed. Carlos E. Cortés. Thousand Oaks: SAGE, 2013. 954-59.

Meyer, Sabine N. "Worcester v. Georgia (1832)." Multicultural America: A Multimedia Encyclopedia. Ed. Carlos E. Cortés. Thousand Oaks: SAGE Reference, 2013. 2184-85.

Lectures, Conference Papers & Presentations


1/2018
"The Discourse of Human Rights and the Native American Historical Novel of the 1990s"; Lecture at Katholische Universität Einchstätt-Ingolstadt (Prof. Dr. Kerstin Schmidt)
"Forms of Belonging: Contemporary Afro-Native Literature on the Indian Removal and the Cherokee Freedman Debate," Lecture at Universität Augsburg (Prof. Dr. Britta Waldschmidt-Nelson)

8/2017                    
Workshop Convener at the 7th Osnabrück Summer Institute on the Cultural Study of the Law, Workshop: "Real and Performative Properties: Competing Claims to Citizenship, Indigeneity, and Land“ (together with Prof. Dr. Beth Piatote)

2/2017                    
Panel Moderation at the Conference "Citizenship and Literature: Past Concerns, Present Issues, Future Trajectories,“ WWU Münster (Prof. Dr. Katja Sarkowsky) 

12/2016
DFG Project Input Workshop, University of California, Berkeley

6/2016
"Indigenous Literature Meets Human Rights: Indigenous Rights Discourses and the Native American Historical Novel"; Faculty of Law, University of Hongkong

5/2016
"Beware of Positive Images! A Critical Assessment of Non-Native 'Revisionist' Film Practice"; Workshop for Teachers: Teaching Native Cultures in Europe; Europa-Universität Flensburg (Prof. Dr. Birgit Däwes).

5/2016
"Law and the Map: Indigenous Art and the Remapping of the Settler State"; Annual Convention of the German Association of American Studies (DGfA), Osnabrück.

1/2016
"Law and Literature --Perspektiven auf ein interdisziplinäres Forschungsgebiet"; Junges Forum; Käte Hamburger Kolleg, Bonn.

1/2016
"Indigenous Literature Meets Human Rights: Indigenous Rights Discourses and the Native American Historical Novel"; Forum Recht als Kultur; Käte Hamburger Kolleg, Bonn.

12/2015                  
"'Westward the Jug of Empire Takes Its Way': Temperance Reform in the Midwest until the Civil War"; Lecture part of the SFB "Bedrohte Ordnungen", Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen (Prof. Dr. Astrid Franke)

6/2015
"'I was nothing but a bare skeleton walking the path’: Biopolitics and Life in Native American Removal Literature"; Biopolitics – Geopolitics – Sovereignty – Life: Settler Colonialisms and Indigenous Presences in North America (Conference Sponsored by the German Research Foundation). Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz.

5/2015

"Conceptualizations of Sovereignty in Postmodern Native American Literature," Current Issues in North American Studies Lecture Series. Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-University Bonn.

5/2015
"From Domestic Dependency to Cultural Sovereignty: Representations of the Law in Postmodern Native American Literature", Laws, Pluralities: Cultures / Narratives / Images / Genders – Pluralitäten des Rechts: Kulturen / Narrative / Bilder / Genders, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen

3/2015
"'Kill the Indian, Save the Man': Native Filmic Representations of Boarding School Experiences", American Indian Workshop, Goethe Universität Frankfurt.

6/2014
"From Trail of Tears to Chair of Tears: Postmodern Representations of Indian Removal," University of Vienna, Austria.

5/2014
"Protesting Dispossession: Elias Boudinot, John Ross, and their Writings against Removal," American Indian Workshop, U of Leiden, Netherlands.

3/2014
"The Properties of Removal in Contemporary Native American Literature," 17th Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities (ASLCH), Law School of the University of Virginia, USA.

2/2014
"William Shakespeare's Hamlet," Seminar on "Hamlet," Akademie Franz Hitze Haus Münster.

1/2014
"Leben und Schicksale der Pokahuntas: Eine amerikanische Indianerprinzessin in einem Roman der deutschen Aufklärung," Lecture Series; Interdisziplinäres Institut für Kulturgeschichte der Frühen Neuzeit (IKFN), University of Osnabrueck, Germany.

1/2014
"In the Shadow of the Marshall Court: 19th-Century Native American Writings on Removal," Session "Transnational Indigeneities against the Law" zusammen mith Beth Piatote (UC Berkeley) and Cheryl Suzack (U of Toronto), MLA Tagung, Chicago.

6/2013
"The World Was Not Made for Men: Representations of Native Americans in Yakari"; Lecture at the Institute of Ethnology at the Goethe Universität Frankfurt (Prof. Marin Trenk).

5/2013
"The Life and Fates of Pokahuntas: Pocahontas Representations in 18th-Century German Literature," Plenary Talk, American Indian Workshop, Helsinki.

3/2013
"Environmental Justice, Human Rights, and Independent Cinema," 16th Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, Birkbeck Law School, University of London.

9/2012
""Yes, Avatar is Dances with Wolves in space . . . sorta" (J. Cameron): Representations of Indigeneity in Two Blockbusters," Conference TU Braunschweig, Germany: Play It Again, Sam – Remakes in Film, Literature, and Art.

5/2012
Workshop "Life Writing, Human Rights, and the Humanities" (together with Peter Schneck), Annual Convention of the German Association of American Studies, Mainz.

4/2012
"Yakari Reloaded: Representations of Native Americans in a Children’s Cartoon TV Series," American Indian Workshop, Zurich, Switzerland

3/2012
"Questions of Ethnicity, Religion, and Identity in the American Temperance Movement," Pacific School of Religion, University of California, Berkeley, USA

12/2011
"Environmentalist Discourses in Contemporary Native American Poetry," Indigenous Environment Conference, Bordeaux, France

6/2011
"William Shakespeare's King Lear"; Akademie Franz Hitze Haus Münster.

6/2011
Workshop: "Representations of Native Americans: Toward a Transnational Paradigm?" Annual Convention of the German Association of American Studies, Regensburg.

Presentation: "From Nationalism to Cosmopolitanism: Contemporary Native American Studies and the Transnational Turn." Annual Convention of the German Association of American Studies, Regensburg.

3/2011
"Environmental Racism: From a Native American to an Inter-American Indigenous Perspective?" 32nd American Indian Workshop, Graz, Austria.

11/2010
"Cultural Difference or Transcultural Belonging? Identitarian Spaces in Babel (2006)." 2nd Annual Convention of the International Association of Inter-American Studies, Duisburg-Essen.

6/2010
"'If you're an Indian, why don't you write nature poetry?' The Environment in Selected Works of Sherman Alexie." Ecology and Life Writing, Conference, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz.

6/2010
"Political Business or Artistic Fancydancing? Poetry in Contemporary Native American Film." Lecture Course of the Graduate School Practices of Literature, WWU Münster.

5/2010
"'This ain't the American dream, this is the Third World': U.S. Capitalist Practices in Powwow Highway." Annual Convention of the German Association of American Studies, Berlin.

4/2010
"John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath." Akademie Franz Hitze Haus Münster.

2/2010
"Negotiations of Settler Imperialism in American Popular Culture around the Turn of the Century." 33rd Annual Conference of the Historians in the German Association for American Studies (DGfA), Wittenberg.

7/2009
Chair Section "Multiculturalism and Belonging." Founding Conference of the International Association of Inter-American Studies: "Multiculturalism and Beyond: Identity Politics, Cultural Difference, and Hybridity in the Americas." Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Bielefeld University.

6/2009
Workshop "Moral Education" at the Annual Conference of the German Association for American Studies (DGfA) at Jena.
Presentation: "'Mak[ing] Noble, Law-Abiding Citizens': Scientific Temperance Instruction in American Public Schools."

10/2008
"We Are What We Drink. The American Temperance Movement and the Construction of Ethnic Identities." Inaugural Conference of the Interdisciplinary Research Group: "E Pluribus Unum? – Ethnic Identities in Processes of Transnational Integration in the Americas." Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Bielefeld University.

2/2008
"Ethnic Strife in an Urban Context. The Temperance Movement in St. Paul, Minnesota." 31st Annual Conference of the Historians in the German Association for American Studies, Wittenberg.

7/2006
"Writing the Life of a Controversial Historical Figure: A Comparative Analysis of the Biographies about Archbishop John Ireland (1838-1918)." Fifth Conference of the International Auto/Biography Association (IABA), Mainz.

Teaching Experience


summer term 2016
Contemporary Native American Literature (BA Seminar)
African American Drama and History (BA Seminar)

winter term 2014/15
20th-Century African-American Drama (BA Seminar)
Study Skills (BA Seminar)

summer term 2014
Representing Indigenous Dispossession (MA Seminar)
Theory and Practice in Literary and Cultural Studies: An Introduction (BA Seminar)

winter term 2013/14
The Indian Removal in Contemporary Native American Literature (MA Seminar)
Study Skills (BA Seminar)

summer term 2013
Research Projects in American Studies

winter term 2012/13
From Conquest to Nation: Native-Settler Relations and the Formation of the United States (MA Course)
Study Skills (BA Course)
Research Projects in American Studies

summer term 2012
American Literature and Culture from Enlightenment to Romanticism (lecture course)
American Drama between the Wars (MA course)

winter term 2011/12
Early American Literature and Culture (lecture course)
Contemporary Native American Literature: Sherman Alexie (MA course)
Study Skills (BA course)

summer term 2011
Interpretationskurs (Übung)

winter term 2010/2011
Contemporary Native American Literature: Sherman Alexie (Hauptseminar)
Work in Progress (Doktorandenkolloquium, Vertretung von Prof. Diedrich)
Betreuungsseminar Bachelorarbeiten Research Methods for Cultural Studies (Übung)
3x Research Skills (Übung)

summer term 2010
Reading Theories: "Culture" (Colloquium for PhD candidates)
Negotiating Representations of Native Americans in Feature Films (MA Seminar)
3x Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies (BA Seminar)
Seminar for Students writing their Bachelor's theses
Research Methods for Cultural Studies (BA Seminar)

winter term 2009/2010
Teaching Ethnicity through Film (MA Seminar)
3x Research Skills (BA Seminar)
Research Methods for Cultural Studies (BA Seminar)
2x Modern American Drama (Reading Class)
Participation in the lecture course: "Hotspots: Work in Progress in Literature, Culture and Language"

summer term 2009
2x The American Renaissance (Reading Class)
Key Texts in U.S. History and Culture (BA Seminar)
"Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness" (BA Seminar)
Drunkards and Abstainers: Alcohol in American History (MA Seminar)
History, Family, and the American Dream: American Drama in the 1940s and 1950s (MA Seminar)

winter term 2008/2009
Teaching the American Dream (MA Seminar)
Teaching the American Dream through Film (MA Seminar)
2x Language Skills for Language Teachers (BA Seminar)
Participation in the lecture course: "Hotspots: Work in Progress in Literature, Culture and Language"

Academic Memberships


German Association for American Studies (GAAS)
Society for German-American Studies (SGAS)
American Indian Workshop (AIW)
American Studies Association (ASA)
Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities (ASLCH)