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Fellowships, Publications & Memberships
- My most recent fellowships include
- Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst (DAAD) Fellowship to participate in the Interdisciplinary Summer Seminar ‘Boundaries Crossing Boundaries. Jewish Identity and Jewish Writing in German after 1980’ Einstein Forum, Potsdam, Germany, Summer, 2002.
- National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship to participate in the Interdisciplinary Summer Seminar ‘Interdisciplinary Approaches to Opera,’ Princeton University, Summer, 2000.
- National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship to participate in the Interdisciplinary Summer Seminar ‘The Dialectic of Enlightenment After Fifty Years,’ Boston University, Summer, 1997.
- Fulbright Fellowship to participate in the German Studies Seminar ‘Germany and Jewish Studies Today,’ Summer 1996.
- My books are:
- Hampton Park: Charleston’s Reflection on the Ashley (The History Press, Under Contract)
Proletarian Performance in Weimar Berlin: Agitprop, Chorus, and Brecht (Camden House, an Imprint of Boydell & Brewer, 1997)
- My articles include:
- “Agitprop,” Jay Winter and John Merriman, (eds.) Encyclopedia of Europe 1914-2004 (Scribners, Forthcoming)
- “A Political Tevye? Yiddish Literature and the Novels of Stefan Heym,” Benjamin Lapp et al. (eds.) Jewish Identity and Jewish Writing in Germany and Austria Today. (Berghahn Books, Forthcoming )
- “Beowulf,” The Explicator, 62, no. 3 (Spring, 2004): 130-132.
- “Conrad’s Heart of Darkness,” The Explicator, 59, no. 1 (Fall, 2000): 25-27.
- “Die Goethemenschen von Heute”: Communist Cabaret Looks At The Mittelstand,” Sigrid Bauschinger (ed.) Die freche Muse/The Impudent Muse, (Francke Verlag, 2000): 95-109.
- “The Not-So-Golden Twenties: Everyday Life and Communist Agitprop in Weimar-Era Berlin.” Journal of Social History, 30, no. 1 (September, 1996): 55-78.
- “Red Song: Social Democratic Music and Radicalism at the End of the Weimar Republic.” Central European History, 28, no. 2 (February, 1995): 209-228.
- “Communist Music in the Streets: Politics and Perceptions in Berlin at the End of the Weimar Republic,” in James Retallack and Larry Eugene Jones (eds.) Elections, Mass Politics, and Social Change in Modern Germany: New Perspectives, (Cambridge University Press, 1992): 267-296.
- I am a member of the German Studies Association.