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Dr. Sina Nitzsche

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Sina Nitzsche ist seit Sommersemester 2008 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin im Bereich Amerikanistik am Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik. Im akademischen Jahr 2011-2012 war sie als Gastwissenschaftlerin an der Oglethorpe University in Atlanta tätig. Sie hat Anglistik/Amerikanistik und BWL an der Technischen Universität Chemnitz, sowie Cultural Studies an der Trent University, Kanada, studiert. Währenddessen sammelte sie praktische Erfahrung am Goethe-Institut Bangkok, Thailand, bei der Österreichischen Botschaft Bangkok, und beim DAAD New York, USA. Sina Nitzsche hat außerdem zahlreiche universitäre und kulturelle Veranstaltungen organisiert, wie zum Beispiel das Filmfestival (Re)imagining Post-Industrial Urbanity: Films of the Ruhr Area an der Wesleyan University oder die Ausstellung Creative Spaces hier in Dortmund. Ihre Kommentare zur HipHop-Kultur sind auf Deutschlandradio Kultur, in der FAZ und der WAZ erschienen.

Sina Nitzsche has been an instructor and researcher at the American Studies section since summer 2008. During the 2011-2012 academic year, she was visiting assistant professor at Oglethorpe University, Atlanta. She obtained her M.A. in English/American Studies and Business Administration at Chemnitz University of Technology, and her B.A. in Cultural Studies at Trent University, Canada. She interned at the Goethe-Institut Bangkok, the Austrian Embassy, Bangkok, and at the DAAD , New York City. She has also organized numerous conferences as well as public educational and cultural events, such as the film festival (Re)imagining Post-Industrial Urbanity: Films of the Ruhr Area at Wesleyan University or the exhibit Creative Spaces. Her commentaries on hip-hop culture appeared at Deutschlandradio Kultur, in the FAZ, and the WAZ newspapers.

 

Stipendien und Drittmittelkompetenzen Scholarships and Grant Competences

  • Conference Grant. Martin-Schmeißer-Foundation, TU Dortmund, December 2016.

  • Conference Grant. German Research Foundation (DFG), US Consulate Düsseldorf, Oxford Music and Letters, Friends of TU Dortmund Association, November 2015.

  • Conference Grant. Friends of TU Dortmund Association, Friends of Ruhr University Bochum, Research School Bochum, October 2014.

  • Conference Grant. Martin-Schmeißer-Foundation, TU Dortmund, September 2013.

  • Teaching Grant. Halle-Foundation, Atlanta. August 2011-May 2012.

  • Conference Grant. Heinrich-Böll-Foundation, Kultur.2010, July 2010.

  • Travel Grant. Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, November 2009.

  • Conference Grant. Salzburg Global Seminar, November 2008.

  • Short Term Research Grant. TU Chemnitz, August 2007.

  • Conference Grant. Rockford College, May 2007.

  • Travel Grant. US Consulate Leipzig, September 2006.

  • DAAD Short Term Grant for Thesis Research (USA). August/September 2005.

Forschungsgebiete Research Interests

Sina Nitzsche specializes in American Literary and Cultural Studies with a particular emphasis on literature and popular culture, urban contexts, and media studies:

  • Hip Hop Studies

  • The Bronx

  • Media Studies

 

Forschungsprojekte Research Projects

  • She prepares the book manuscript of her dissertation which examined how the Bronx borough of New York City is represented in American popular culture.

  • She is working on a new book project on Hip Hop Education.

  • She is the co-editor of a volume on popular music and public diplomacy with Mario Dunkel.

  • She is the co-founder and host of the SpaceCollective with Eric C. Erbacher. The SpaceCollective is an interdisciplinary network of young researchers interested in spatial research, spatial theory as well as practice, and everything urban.

 

Publikationen Publications

Edited Books

         reviewed by Ananina, Olga A. Praktiki i Interpretazii. 4.1 (2016): 285-295.

 reviewed by Cox, James. IASPM@Journal  6.1 (2016): 159 - 160.

 

Editorial Work
  • general editor with Walter Grünzweig, Randi Gunzenhäuser, Sibylle Klemm, and Julia Sattler. masteRResearch. Münster: Lit.

 
Articles
  • Nitzsche, Sina A. “‘Slavery’s Consequences Still Affect Us’: Sister Souljah’s Autobiography No Disrespect Between Eighteenth and Twenty-First Century Literary Activism.” Journal of World Popular Music. Special Issue: Hip Hop Activism. Volume 2. Eds. Adam Haupt and Samy Alim (forthcoming 2017).
  • Nitzsche, Sina A. “Rust Styles: Remixing Urban Change in Germany’s Ruhr Area.” The Global Journal of Hip-Hop Culture. (forthcoming winter 2017-18)

  • with Eric C. Erbacher. “Performing the Double Rupture: Kraftklub, Popular Music, and Post-Socialist Urban Identity in Chemnitz, Germany." International Journal of Cultural Studies 20.4 (2017): 437-455. Print.

  • Nitzsche, Sina A. "'The ghetto is coming out': Charles Rice-Gonzáles’ Chulito and the Emergence of Queer Puerto Rican Fiction in The Bronx." Space Oddities: Difference and Identity in the American City. Eds Stefan L. Brandt and Michael Fuchs. Münster, Lit, 2017. 127-145. Print.

  • with Eric C. Erbacher. “Performing the Double Rupture: Kraftklub, Popular Music, and Post-Socialist Urban Identity in Chemnitz, Germany." International Journal of Cultural Studies (2016): 1-19. Web.

  • with Rebecca Klütsch and Stefan Schlensag. “Breaking the Panel! Comics as a Medium.” Breaking the Panel! Comics as a Medium. Eds. Rebecca Klütsch, Sina A. Nitzsche, and Stefan Schlensag. Münster: Lit, 2015. 11-18. Print.

  • Nitzsche, Sina A. "The Rural Jostling the Urban: Photographing Spuyten Duyvil in Berenice Abbott's Changing New York." Rural America. Eds. Antje Kley and Heike Paul. Heidelberg: Winter, 2015. 425-445. Print.

  • Nitzsche, Sina A. "Hip-Hop in Europe as a Transnational Phenomenon: An Introduction." Hip-Hop in Europe: Cultural Identities and Transnational Flows. Eds. Sina Nitzsche and Walter Grünzweig. Münster: Lit, 2013. 3-34. Print.

  • Nitzsche, Sina A. "Hip-Hop Culture as a Medial Contact Space: Local Encounters and Global Appropriations of Wild Style." Contact Spaces of American Culture: Globalizing Local Phenomena. Eds. Petra Eckhard, Klaus Rieser, and Silvia Schultermandl. Wien: LIT, 2012. 173-188. Print.

  • Nitzsche, Sina A. "'The Tube is Flickering Now': Aesthetics of Authenticity in Good Night, and Good Luck." COPAS Vol. 8. (2007). Web.

 

Reviews
  • Nitzsche, Sina. "Rezension zu Eva Kimminich, Michael Rappe, Heinz Geuen, Stefan Pfänder: Express Yourself!: Europas kulturelle Kreativität zwischen Markt und Underground."  Lied und populäre Kultur/Song and Popular Culture: Jahrbuch des Deutschen Volksliedarchivs. Vol. 54 (2009): 347-350. Print.

 

Interviews
  • "HipHop spricht zu allen." Bodo (Oktober 2016): 38-41. Print.

  • "Politischer Rap in Deutschland." Eldoradio, 14 January 2016. Radio.

  • "Die Diplomatie des Pop." Mundo 23. (2015) S.53-57. Web.

  • "HipHop in Europa." Eldoradio, 17 December 2013. Web.

  • “Sina Nitzsche.” Slovo 21 (2013): 11-16. Web.

  • “Uns umgebende Sagen, uh, Bergen verwegene Fragen.” FAZ, 22 June 2011. Print.

  • "HipHop kommt immer mehr an." WAZ, 12 March 2010. Web.

  • “Hip-Hop in the Ruhr Area.” Journal am Vormittag, Deutschlandradio Kultur, 24 February 2010. Radio.

 

Other Publications
  • Mitchell, Tony. "HipHop und die Aborigines: Die moderne Corroboree." Transl. Sina Nitzsche, Frizzi Seltmann und Stefan Meier. HipHop meets Academia: Globale Spuren eines lokalen Kulturphänomens. Hgs. Karin Bock, Stefan Meier, Gunter Süß. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2007.

  • Nitzsche, Sina. Strategies and Programs for the Cultural Representation of Germany in the US: the Goethe Institutes New York and Washington. Unveröffentlichte Magisterarbeit an der TU Chemnitz, Anglistik/Amerikanistik, Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Hans Kastendiek, 2005.

 

Vorträge Presentations

Konferenzvorträge Conference Presentations
  • with Terence Kumpf. “Reading Hip-Hop as Literature: Transcultural Storytelling in the Ruhr.” Welt erlesen: Interkulturalität und Literatur(wissenschaft). TU Dortmund, 19 February 2016.
  • with Tazalika te Reh. “Destabilizing Cultural Studies: A Dialogue on Discomfort, Teaching, and the Power of the Racial in American Studies.” Who Can Speak and Who Is Heard/Hurt? Ethnic Diversity, ‘Race’ and Racism in American Studies in Germany. Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen, Germany, 19 January 2016.

  • “Expanding the Cipher: Remixing Urban Change and Hip-Hop Education in Germany’s Ruhr Area.” Remixing the Art of Social Change: WBL's Annual Hip-Hop Teach-In. The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. Washington D.C., United States, 13 November 2015.

  • "Ghetto Going Gay: Inter-Ethnic Romance and Coming-Out Narratives in Contemporary Jewish American and Puerto Rican Fiction." 41th AAAS Conference "Space Oddities: Urbanity, American Identity, and Cultural Exchange.” Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria, 21-23 Nov. 2014.

  • "Hip-Hop [Studies] in Europe: Challenges and Possibilities of an Emerging Field.” Swedish Hip-Hop Network Meeting. University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 28 November 2013.

  • "Rap on the Ruhr: Urban Decline and the Poetics of Empowerment." Hip-Hop as Social and Political Empowerment. Schloß Herrenhausen, Hannover, Germany, 14 September 2013.

  • with Eric C. Erbacher. "This Marx the Karl: Popular Music as a Catalyst for Social Innovation in Chemnitz, Germany." Poeticizing the Urban Apparatus: Scenes of Innovation. Center for Social Innovation, New York City, United States, 15 August 2013.

  • "The Urban Jostling the Rural: Photographing the Countryside in Berenice Abbott's Changing New York." Rural America - 60th Annual Conference of the German Association of American Studies (DGfA-Tagung). Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, 31 May 2013.

  • “Hip-Hop as a Transnational Phenomenon: Possibilities and Pitfalls of Hip-Hop Studies”. Show and Prove 2012: The Tensions, Contradictions, and Possibilities of Hip-Hop Studies. New York University, New York City, United States, 31 March 2012.

  • “'Slavery’s Consequences Still Affect Us': Reading Sister Souljah’s No Disrespect (1994) as a Contemporary Slave Narrative”. 75th Anniversary of the College Lanuage Association (CLA). Atlanta, United States, 30 March 2012.

  • “Rust Styles: Popular Culture in the Shrinking Metropolis.” 1st Gobal Conference on Urban Popcultures. Prague, Czech Republic, 8-10 March 2011.

  • "Escape and Evade: Urban Discourses in Bronx Primitive (1982) and Gloria (1980)." 8th Annual Conference Literature in Dialogue of Cultures. Southern Federal University Rostov on Don, Russia, 2-3 October 2010.

  • "HipHop im Revier: Zur Einführung." (mit Jörg-Uwe Nieland) HipHop im Revier. TU Dortmund, 2-3 July 2010.

  • "The Street as a Contact Zone in Hip-Hop." Contact Spaces of American Culture: Localizing Global Phenomena. Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria, 22-25 October 2009.

  • "Selling the Bronx: Urban Commodification at the Beginning of the 21st Century." Dokkol: Das DoktorandInnenkolloquium der Fakultät Kulturwissenschaften. TU Dortmund, Germany, 11-12 July 2009.

  • "'Do Not Give Way To Gentrification!': Visual Memory, Nostalgia and Authenticity in Lisa Kahane's Do Not Give Way to Evil: Photographs of the South Bronx, 1979-1987 (2008)." Bond 2009! The BOchum and DortmuND Dissertation Colloquium. TU Dortmund, 30-31 January 2009.

  • "Das Ende der Rauchzeichen: De-Industrialisierung, Erinnerung und Chemnitzer Stadtfotografie." Industrialisierung - Industriekultur - Deindustrialisierung. Industriemuseum Chemnitz, Germany, 24 October 2008.

  • "Bronx Pix! The Changing Iconography of a New York Borough." PGF, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, 03 November 2007.

  • "James Bond Saved the World in Karl-Marx-Stadt! Teaching Cold War Cultures from an Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Perspective." Workshop Anglisitische Hochschuldidaktik, U Bielefeld, 05 October 2007.

  • "Wild Style and the Politics of Space." PGF, TU Chemnitz, 03-05 November 2006.

 
(Gast)Vorträge (Auswahl) (Guest) Lectures (selection)
  • “[W]Rap The Hijab. Hip-Hop Education in the EFL Classroom.” Guest Lecture in the Seminar Using Music in the ELF Classroom, Instructor: Paul Berge, TU Dortmund, 20 June 2017.

  • with Ann-Kristin Hensen. “The Melodramatic Body: Dallas, Fans, and Feminity.” Guest Lecture in the Intensive Seminar Body Genres, Instructors: Sandra Danneil and Prof. Dr. Randi Gunzenhäuser, TU Dortmund, Germany, 9 December 2015.

  • "Queer Spaces in German and American Culture." Guest Lecture in the Intensive Seminar City through the Media, Instructors: Sandra Danneil and Prof. Dr. Randi Gunzenhäuser, TU Dortmund, 5 November 2014.

  • "'Will we forget what happened?': Street Photography and Cultural Memory in Mel Rosenthal’s In the South Bronx of America (2000)" Guest Lecture in the Seminar American Photography, Instructor: Eric Erbacher, WWU Münster, 15 January 2014.

  • "Fort Apache: The Bronx (1980) as Cinema of Decline." Joined Guest Lecture Organized by Andrzej Antoszek at John Paul II Catholic University Lublin and Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland, 23 March 2013.

  • "’It’s a Fort in Hostile Territory. You Understand?’: Fort Apache: The Bronx (1980) and the Decline of New York City.” Guest Lecture in the BA and MA Seminars New York and Its People, Instructor: Prof. Ewa Hauser, American Studies Center at University Warsaw, Poland, 21 March 2013.

  • “Space – City – Country: Keywords in American Cultural Studies.” Guest Lecture in the Seminar Keywords in American Cultural Studies, Instructor: Dr. Karolina Krasuska, American Studies Center at University Warsaw, Poland, 19 March 2013.

  • “Research in American Studies: Theory and Practice.” Guest Lecture in the Seminar Aspects of American Literary Culture, Instructor: Dr. Tomasz Basiuk, American Studies Center at University Warsaw, Poland, 19 March 2013.

  • “Street Art and Graffiti as Humorous Urban Practices.” Guest Lecture in the Intensive Seminar Humor – The Funny Side of America, Instructors: Sandra Danneil and Prof. Dr. Randi Gunzenhäuser, TU Dortmund, 7 November 2012.

  • “Reading the City: Homi Bhabha’s Third Space (1994).” Guest Presentation in the Research Seminar The City in Theory and Literature, Instructor: Prof. Dr. Kornelia Freitag, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, 6 November 2012.

  • “Beats, Bahn, und Bambaataa: Transnational Flows of German Hip-Hop into the United States.” Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, United States, 24 April 2012.

  • "Making Sense of Hip-Hop: Cultural Studies in the Philology Classroom." Guest Lecture in the Seminar 20th Century Literature, Instructor: Dr. Olga Dschumailo, Southern Federal University Rostov on Don, Russia, 27 September 2010.

  • "'miss them days': Youtubing the Bronx." Guest Lecture in the Seminar Contemporary Discussions of Literature and Language I, Instructor: Prof. Dr. Mark Gelber, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, 20 April 2009.

  • "Filling the Void of Meaning: Deindustrialisierung und Moderne in Chemnitz." Guest Lecture at the Center of German Studies, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, 19 April 2009.

  • "The Body And/In Space: Hip-Hop." Lecture in the Intensive Seminar Media and the Body, Instructor: Prof. Dr. Randi Gunzenhäuser, TU Dortmund, 21 May 2008.

  • "What’s so Modern About It? Ambivalente Stadtrepräsentationen im Amerika der 1930er Jahre." Guest Lecture in the Seminar Modernism, Instructor: Dr. Anna-Christina Giovanopoulos, TU Chemnitz, 22 January 2008.

  • "Momente des Wandels in der Ikonographie der New Yorker Bronx." Guest Lecture in the Seminar Bilder aus der Neuen Welt, Instructor: Prof. Dr. Evelyne Keitel, TU Chemnitz, 24 October 2007.

 
Moderationen Moderations
  • Panel at Afro Tech Conference and Festival. HKMV at Dortmunder U, 21 October 2017.

  • Panel at Intersections of Whiteness. Ruhr-University Bochum, 13 January 2017.

  • Panel. “Where You’re At.” ‘It Ain’t Where You’re From, It’s Where You’re At’: International Hip Hop Studies Conference. Wolfson and St. John’s College, University of Cambridge, 24 June 2016.

  • Panel “Whose World is This?: Hip-Hop’s Global Impact on Education and Youth Engagement.” Trinity International Hip-Hop Festival. Trinity College, Hartford, United States, 7 April 2016.

  • Panel "Queer(ing) Spaces." with Eric Erbacher. 41th AAAS Conference "Space Oddities: Urbanity, American Identity, and Cultural Exchange.” Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria, 21-23 Nov. 2014.

  • Panel "Visualizing Katrina: Fiction." After the Storm: The Cultural Politics of Hurricane Katrina. Bochum, 6 December 2013.

  • Panel "Looking to Looking to Ancestors, Autobiography and Memoir for Post-Colonial and Political Insight.” 75th Anniversary of the College Lanuage Association (CLA). Atlanta, United States, 30 March 2012.

Podiumsdiskussionen (als Diskutantin) Panel Discussions (Invited Speaker)
  • “Picturing the Bronx on Film.” City Museum of New York, New York City, USA, 21 September 2016.

  • “Diskriminierung im HipHop.” Hannover, Germany, 4 June 2016.

 

Konferenzorganisationen Conference Organizations

Wissenschaftliche Konferenzen Academic Conferences

Graduiertenkonferenzen Graduate Conferences
  • with Anna Bongers, Sandra Danneil, Laura Korzumdieke, Anna Krüger, and Martin Stöckmann. "2018 Ruhr PhD Forum in American Studies." Ruhr-Universität Bochum/Universität Duisburg-Essen. 26-27 January 2018.

  • with Anna Bongers, Sandra Danneil, Laura Korzumdieke, Anna Krüger, and Courtney Moffett-Bateau. "2017 Ruhr PhD Forum in American Studies." TU Dortmund/Universität Duisburg-Essen. 27-28 January 2017.

  • with Anna Bongers, Sandra Danneil, Dietmar Meinl, and Courtney Moffett-Bateau. "2016 Ruhr PhD Forum in American Studies." Ruhr-Universität Bochum/TU Dortmund. 29-30 January 2016.

  • with Anna Bongers, Sandra Danneil, Dietmar Meinl, Stephanie Nowitzki, and Alexia Schemien. "2015 Ruhr PhD Forum in American Studies." Ruhr-Universität Bochum/Universität Duisburg-Essen. 22-24 January 2015.

  • with Sandra Danneil, Elena Furlanetto, Evangelia Kindinger, Alexia Schemien, and Heike Steinhoff. "2014 Ruhr PhD Forum in American Studies." TU Dortmund/University Duisburg-Essen. 24-25 January 2014.

  • with Elisa Edwards, Heike Steinhoff, Alexia Schemien, and Sandra Danneil. "2013 Ruhr PhD Forum in American Studies." Ruhr-Universität Bochum/TU Dortmund. 18-19 January 2013.

  • with Elisa Edwards née Schweinfurth, Heike Steinhoff, and Ariane Theis. "Bond 2011! The BOchum DortmuND Dissertation Colloquium." Ruhr-Universität Bochum/TU Dortmund. 28-29 January 2011.

  • with Elisa Schweinfurt, Dennis Mischke, Heike Steinhoff, and Ariane Theis. "Bond 2010! The BOchum DortmuND Dissertation Colloquium." Ruhr-Universität Bochum/TU Dortmund. 29-30 January 2010.

  • with Elisa Schweinfurt, Heike Steinhoff, and Ariane Theis. "Bond 2009! The BOchum DortmuND Dissertation Colloquium." Ruhr-Universität Bochum/TU Dortmund. 30-31 January 2009.

 

Lehrveranstaltungen Courses

Hauptseminare Graduate Seminars
  • The Fifth Element: Hip-Hop Knowledge Inside and Outside of the American Studies Classroom. SS 2017, TU Dortmund.

  • Imagining Young America: The Early Republic in Literature, Culture, and Art. SS 2017, TU Dortmund.

  • Mapping HipHop Culture in Germany: The Ruhr. SS 2016, TU Dortmund.

  • Songs of Herself: American Romanticism and Women's Writing. SS 2015, TU Dortmund.

  • Bubbles, Crunches, Crashes: Cultural Representations of the Economic Crisis. SS 2014, TU Dortmund.

  • Dallas: Watching TV in Contemporary American Culture. WS 2013/14, TU Dortmund.

  • Realism, Naturalism, Premodernism: Late 19th Century Literature, Culture, and Media. SS 2013, TU Dortmund.

  • Wendezeichen: German Literature and Culture after the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Fall 2012, Oglethorpe University.

 

Proseminare Undergraduate Seminars
  • Irony, Intertextuality, Intermediality: Postmodern American Literature. WS 20178/18, Ruhr-University Bochum.

  • Sonic Weapons: Music and Cultural Diplomacy in a Transnational Context. (with Mario Dunkel) SS 2015, TU Dortmund.

  • German Culture in the United States: Identities, Representations, and Politics. Spring 2012, Oglethorpe University.

  • Shrinking Spaces: De-Industrialization in American and German Literature and Popular Culture. SS 2011, TU Dortmund.

  • “It’s All About the Benjamins”: Economies of Hip-Hop. SS 2010, TU Dortmund.

  • So Much Depends on Fragmentation: Literary Modernism and Visual Culture. WS 2009/10, TU Dortmund.

  • Creative Spaces 2010: A Metropolis in the Making? (Intensivseminar mit Julia Sattler, Walter Grünzweig) WS 2009/10, TU Dortmund.

  • Representing Urban Space: Intermediality and The Bronx. SS 2008, TU Dortmund.

  • Hot Off the Presses! British Fiction of the 21st Century. WS 2007/2008, TU Chemnitz.

  • Cold War Cultures: A Comparative Perspective. SS 2007, TU Chemnitz.

  • Screening the City: London and New York. WS 2006/07, TU Chemnitz

  • The Red Scare Goes Big Screen: The Representation of Cold War in Hollywood Cinema. SS 2006, TU Chemnitz.

 

Einführungen Introductions
  • Introduction to American Literary and Cultural Studies. WS 2017/18, TU Dortmund.

  • Introduction to American Literary and Cultural Studies. WS 2016/17, TU Dortmund.

  • Introduction to American Literary and Cultural Studies. WS 2015/16, TU Dortmund.

  • Introduction to American Literary and Cultural Studies. WS 2014/15, TU Dortmund.

  • Introduction to American Literary and Cultural Studies. WS 2012/13, TU Dortmund.

  • Introduction to American Literary History. SS 2011, TU Dortmund.

  • Einführung in die Angewandten Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften. (mit Ute Gerhard) WS 2010/11, TU Dortmund.

  • Introduction to American Literary History. SS 2010, TU Dortmund.

  • Einführung in die Angewandten Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften. (mit Ute Gerhard) WS 2009/2010, TU Dortmund.

  • Introduction to American Literary History. SS 2009, TU Dortmund.

  • Einführung in die Angewandten Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaften. (mit Ute Gerhard) WS 2008/2009, TU Dortmund.

 

Tutorien/Übungen Tutorials
  • From Rananchqua to All-America City: The Bronx in U.S. History and Culture. WS 2014/15. Ruhr-University Bochum.

  • Tutorium zum PS Hip-Hop I, SS 2005. Leitung: Dr. Gunter Süß, TU Chemnitz.