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Former Ph.D. Students of Ann M. Rasmussen

  • Wurmitzer, Gabriele (2005 - May, 2012)
    Postmodernity, Performance, and the Body in 1950s and 1960s Austrian Literature
  • Lechleitner, Barbara (2006)
    Constructions of Community and Femininity in German Revue Films of the 1930s and 1940s
  • Trokhimenko, Olga (September 01, 1998 - May 01, 2006)
    "Keeping up Appearances: Women's Laughter and the Performance of Virtue in Medieval German Discourse"
    Associate Professor in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
  • Summers, Sandra L. (2004)
    Frouwen Schouwen: The Female Gaze in Middle High German Texts
    (Currently Lecturer in the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.)
  • Sumie Song (September 1, 1997 - May 1, 2004)
    Places of Interest: The Rhetoric of Space in High-Medieval Courtly Romance and Late-Medieval Love Discourse
    (Currently a graduate student in Chicago.)
  • Altpeter-Jones, Katja (2003)
    Trafficking in Goods and Women: Love and Economics in Konrad Fleck's Flore and Blanscheflur
    (Currently Associate Professor of German, Lewis and Clark University, Portland, Oregon).
  • Poor, Sara S. (1994)
    Medieval Incarnations of Self: Subjectivity and Authority in the Writings of Mechthild von Magdeburg
    (Currently Associate Professor of German Studies, Princeton University, New Jersey).