A Note on Faculty
Not only can you receive support from our faculty in Bowling Green, but we also have a number of knowledgeable Faculty at the University of Salzburg to help you with all of your academic and research needs.
Faculty in German at BGSU
Kristie A. Foell, Ph.D., University of California-Berkeley. 20th-century literature, film, music, international studies.
Christina Guenther, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison. Holocaust Studies, Literatures of Migration in Germany and Austria, Foreign Language Pedagogy.
Geoffrey C. Howes, Ph.D., University of Michigan. Austrian literature and culture, twentieth-century literature, German studies.
Edgar Landgraf, Ph.D. -- Johns Hopkins University. 2011-2012 AYA Austira director. 18th & 19th-century literature, literary theory; anthropological, philosophical, and sociological approaches to literary criticism.
Theodore Rippey, Ph.D, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 2008-09 AYA director. Modern literature, cinema, Bertolt Brecht, culture of the Weimar Republic and the National Socialist period.
AYA Austria faculty members, fall 2013
Fritz Baier, M.A., College of Education, Salzburg, internship director, Geography
Johann Baumgartner, M.A., Department of German, University of Salzburg. Pedagogy, German Grammar and Composition (Mittelstufe II)
Christina Guenther, Ph.D., fall 2013 BGSU faculty director
Geoffrey Howes, Ph.D. spring 2014 BGSU faculty director
Ute Januschka, Ausbildungsstätte St. Josef, Salzburg, Geography
Helga Mitterhumer, Ph.D., Deutsch-Studio Salzburg. Business German
Manfred Mittermayer, Ph.D., Department of German, University of Salzburg, resident director. Graduate Literature, German Grammar and Composition (Mittelstufe III)
Wilfried Schaber, Ph.D., History of Art
Eva-Maria Stuppnik-Bazzanella, M.A., Department of German, University of Salzburg. German Grammar and Composition (Mittelstufe I, Oberstufe)
Hanna Wallinger, Ph.D., American Studies, University of Salzburg, academic director