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Caroline Rupprecht
Position: Professor
Campus Affiliation: Graduate Center|Queens College
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, Graduate Center
Research Interests: Literature & Architecture, Asian-German Studies, German Jewish Studies
Caroline Rupprecht, Professor of Comparative Literature, Queens College. Education: 1999 PhD in Comparative Literature, Graduate Center. 1991 BA summa cum laude in Comparative Literature, City College. 1988 MA coursework in German Literature, Theater and Film, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main. 1984 Baccalauréat with Honors, Ernst Reuter School, Frankfurt am Main. Awards: 2014-15 Mellon Fellowship, 2003 Texas A&M Women’s Studies Prize, 1999 Carolyn G. Heilbrun Dissertation Prize, 1991 Phi Beta Kappa. Books: Asian Fusion: New Encounters in the Asian-German Avant-garde (Peter Lang, forthcoming 2020), Womb Fantasies: Subjective Architectures in Postmodern Literature, Cinema, and Art (Northwestern University Press, 2013), Subject to Delusions: Narcissism, Modernism, Gender (Northwestern University Press, 2006), Translation with Introduction of Unica Zürn’s novella Dark Spring (Exact Change, 2000). Articles in: German Quarterly, German Studies Review, Monatshefte, Women in German Yearbook, Room of One’s Own, Studies in 20th and 21st Century Literature, The Sixties, Tygiel Kultury (Lodz). Book Chapters in: Magie der Unterbrechung, ed. Hilmes & Mathy (Bielefeld, 1999), MCV Art Book, Jue Löffelholz with Michael Riedel (Frankfurt am Main, 2012), Le Comparatisme comme approche critique, ed. Tomiche (Paris, 2017). Regularly taught courses on: Modernism & the Avant-gardes, German Romanticism, European Drama, Gender Studies, Translation, Global Literatures, Literature and Architecture.