Modern Languages

Nicole Grewling

Associate Professor of German Studies. Associate Chair, Modern Languages. Director, Humanities Major. Director, European Studies Minor.
Education
  • M.A., German Languages & Literatures, Washington University
  • State Examinations, English & German, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich
  • Ph.D., Germanic Studies, University of Minnesota
Research
  • Nineteenth-Century German Literature and Culture
  • German Colonialism
  • Travel Writing
  • Feminist Criticism
Recent Publications

 
“Longing for the Other - Colonial Fantasies in Armand’s Novels.” German Life and Letters 68 (2015): 370-86.

“Blood Brothers? Germans and Indians in Friedrich Gerstäcker’s Fiction.” The Arkansas Historical Quarterly 73 (2014): 90-101.

“Inventing America: German Racism and Colonial Dreams in Sophie Wörishöffer’s  Im Goldlande Kalifornien (1891).” Sophie Discovers America: German-Speaking Women Write the New World. Ed. Rob McFarland and Michelle Stott James. 111-124. New York: Camden House 2014.

Book review of Literarische Entdeckungsreisen. Vorfahren – Nachfahrten – Revisionen, by Hansjörg Bay, Wolfgang Struck (eds.). German Quarterly 87 (2014): 117-119.