Directory

Nichole Neuman

Assistant Professor of German in World Languages and Cultures
Hoyt-Reichman Scholar of German-American Studies and German Language and Culture
Director, Max Kade German-American Resource and Research Center
Department: World Languages and Cultures, German, Max Kade German-American Center
317-274-8740
Cavanaugh Hall (CA) 329

Education

Education

  • PhD, Germanic Studies, minor in Moving Image Studies,, University of Minnesota 2016
  • MA, Arts and Cultural Leadership, minor in Museum Studies,, University of Minnesota 2013
  • MA, Germanic Studies,, University of Minnesota 2005

Teaching

Teaching

  • Language sequence (1st-4th semester German)
  • German Cinema/Der deutsche Film
  • Disney’s Grimm Fairy Tales
  • Oberstufe Grammatik
  • Schreiben und Sprechen

Publications

Publications

  • “Anna Heger’s Grammatical Futurity” (Seminar, forthcoming)
  • “Announced but not Enacted: Anti-Racist German Studies as Process,” second co-author with Andrea Dawn Bryant, Ervin Malakaj, and David Gramling (Applied Linguistics, 19.1, 124-128)
  • “Entertainment, Art, or Education? The Emergence of Film Studies in the Twin Cities” (The Moving Image, amz057, 1-9)
  • “The Archive and Writing (German) Film History.” Becoming TransGerman: Cultural Identity Beyond Geography, edited by Thomas O. Haakenson, Tirza True Latimer, Carol Hager, and Deborah Barton, editors. Peter Lang, 2019, 159-94.

Service

Service

  • Book Review Editor (German) for Studies in 20th and 21st Century Literature (2016-present)
  • Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) Research Ambassador (2019 – present)
  • Encyclopedia entries on Media and Popular Culture for Modern Germany (ABC-CLIO) and book review for Society for German-American Studies
  • Events for Max Kade German-American Center (https://liberalarts.iupui.edu/maxkade/), IUPUI, Kansas State University, University of Minnesota
  • student study abroad (IUPUI, Kansas State University)

Academic Interests

Academic Interests

  • 20th and 21st century German and German-American cultural studies
  • cinema studies, cinema archives
  • representations of identity

Location

Location:
Cavanaugh Hall (CA) 329
Address:
425 University Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46202