Old Main 202
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10-10.50 am, and Tuesday 9-10.50am, and by specific appointment; all meetings via Zoom. If you're one of my students, the info regarding my calendly page and Zoom meeting room is on our Canvas site.
German tables via Zoom, if you're one of my students, the Zoom meeting info is posted on our Canvas site:
Tuesdays, 11.45am - 1.45pm
Fridays: 3 - 4pm
(402) 465-2219 (during on-campus office hours ONLY! please do NOT leave a voice-mail), otherwise, please use email or text my cell phone or call my home phone. If you're one of my students, those phone numbers are posted on our Canvas sites.
"Die Grenzen meiner Sprache bedeuten die Grenzen meiner Welt." Ludwig Wittgenstein
(The limits of my language determine the limits of my world.)
Learning German will open your world, broaden your perspective and enrich your life ... for life.
Grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Worked at Citibank, New York, NY; the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria; and Raiffeisenbank, Vienna, Austria.
M.A. German Language & Literature and Foreign Language Pedagogy, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
B.A. French Language & Literature and Art History, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
NWU: German Stages I, II, III & IV, Adolescent Literature &
Archway Seminar: Coffee, Cake and the Kiss (Vienna at the Dawn of the 20th century)
as well as Archway Seminar: Profiles in Courage (Russian Resistance to Government -isms)
UNL: German 101, 102, 201, 202, 204
- Archway Seminar, MWF, 8.40-9.50
- German Stage I, MTWF 11.00-11.50
- German Stage II, MTWF, 9-9.50
Co-Chairperson, Nebraska District, Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions
former Docent, Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln
Phi Beta Kappa (Wellesley College 1981)
NWU Exemplary Teacher Award, 2016-2017