Dr. Kristie Foell
Associate Professor of German
Ph.D. in German Literature, University of California, Berkeley,
M.A. University of California, Berkeley, 1986
B.A. Yale University, cum laude in litteris germanicis, distinction in the major, 1984
Bowling Green State University, 2002- Associate Professor of
Vassar College, 1992-95, Visiting Assistant Professor of German
Gustavus Adolphus College, 1991-92, Visiting Assistant 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
Fulbright Grant to Berlin (1995-96)
Fulbright Grant to Vienna (1989-90)
President's Advising Awad, BGSU (2004)
Major service activities
Director of Global Village, BGSU, 2007-09
Director of International Studies, BGSU, 2001-11
BGSU AYA Austria Director, 1999-2000, 2006-07, 2010-11