Dr. Kristie Foell
Ph.D. in German Literature, University of California, Berkeley, 1992
Bowling Green State University, 2002- Associate Professor of German
German literature since unification
"Berlin: the Symphony Continues," co-ed. with Costabile-Heming and Halverson, de Gruyter 2004.
"Textual Responses to German Unification," co-ed. with Carol Anne Costabile-Heming and Rachel Halverson, De Gruyter, 2001.
Blind Reflections: Gender in Elias Canetti's "Die Blendung" (Riverside: Ariadne Press, 1994).
Topics of additional publications & presentations
Literature: Thomas Brussig, Canetti and Freud, Canetti and Kafka, Elfriede Czurda, Günter Grass, Christoph Hein, Stefan Heym, Wolfgang Hilbig, Gerlind Reinshagen, Christa Wolf.
Culture, film, music, other: Bachmann-Jelinek-Schroeter's Malina, Fascist Aesthetics, Hymnody, Language Pedagogy, Music and Semiotics, C.S. Pierce, Franz Schubert, Straub/Huillet, WWW-based Language Teaching.
TrainDaF class of 2004
Major service activities
Director of Global Village, BGSU, 2007-09