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  • Mark is professor of medicine and epidemiology and director of the occupational health service at Yale-New Haven Hospital. After a Fulbright year in Germany, in which he expanded his thesis on the German Lied, he earned his medical degree from the University of California San Francisco and his public health degree from Yale, where he joined the faculty in 1993.

  • Zeke keeps busy as maestro suggeritore at the Bavarian State Opera and as president of the Dartmouth Club of Germany. In addition to conducting his orchestra, the Mio (Münchner internationales Orchester), he has led performances of Karl Jenkins’s Eloise: An Opera for Young People under the sponsorship of Das deutsche Schulerstipendium of the Roland Berger Stiftung

  • After receiving Fulbright and DAAD fellowships, earning a Ph.D. from Harvard, and being an Assistant Professor at Indiana University, Brigitta Wagner has relocated to Berlin as a freelance film historian, filmmaker, and film consultant. She is currently a Humboldt Fellow at the Freie Universität and the Universität der Künste. She also works for the Telluride Film Festival. She is the author of DEFA after East Germany (2013) and Berlin Replayed: Cinema and Urban Nostalgia in the...

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  • Elise Seyferth ’14 spent the spring of 2013 at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Jena, researching chemically-mediated interactions between plants. This past year she returned to the Institute with the support of a Fulbright Scholarship.

  • Jane has spent the past year researching contemporary German art with the support of her Fulbright Scholarship, developing a specific research interest in feminist discourses in Germany on Minimalist art in the 1980s and 1990s. She simultaneously pursued opportunities in freelance writing and recently published an essay in the Los Angeles Review of Books entitled “A Torrent of Punk, Techno, and Radical Art,” treating the confluence of art and hacker culture in Berlin. Early on in the year,...

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  • Veronika Fuechtner

    Veronika Fuechtner reported in this summer from Berlin while directing the summer LSA with an unusually large group of students. Last fall, she taught her German cinema class, in which she took the students to see Volker Schlöndorff’s new film “Diplomacy” at Telluride at Dartmouth and organized a Skype conversation with taz-film critic Cristina Nord. She also taught the class “To Be Young and German” (GR 10.01), which featured students’ monologue presentations of...

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  • Jenny spent a Fulbright year at the Humboldt Universität in Berlin before beginning her graduate program. She writes, “Things are going very well. That freshman writing seminar on the Künstlerroman turned out to have lasting consequences! I am still at Stanford, working toward a PhD in German Studies, and plan to graduate in June 2016. Currently, I’m in the thick of the dissertation-writing adventure, studying 19th-Century novelist Gottfried Keller and his depictions of romantic love and...

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  • Claire E. Scott is a PhD candidate in the Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies. Having successfully completed her preliminary exams last spring, Claire is currently writing a dissertation entitled: “Violent Mothers: Narrating Anxieties about Women as Perpetrators of Violence in German Literature and Film of the Late 20th Century.” In addition to her dissertation Claire has a forthcoming article in Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies entitled: “Subverting Injurious...

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  • Alexia has been finding exciting new opportunities wherever she goes. After a Fulbright in Munich in 2005-6, followed by several further years working at the Atlantik-Brücke in Berlin, she became the special assistant to the president of the Atlantic Council in Washington, completed an M.A. in International Security Studies at Georgetown, and joined the State Department as a Presidential Management Fellow with the South and Central Asian Affairs Bureau. When her husband, a naval officer in...

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  • Jon used a Fulbright to Germany to further his musical interests. While studying in Munich, he began working as a professional trombonist and has since put together a highly successful, multi-faceted career as a composer, arranger, performer, and producer. He lives outside Hamburg.

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