Profiles in "German" Expertise Area

  • Daniel GilfillanĀ is associate professor of German studies at Arizona State University in the School of International Letters and Cultures.
  • Alexander studied as a Humboldt Fellow at the TU-Berlin in 1975-76, after accepting a position as an assistant professor of German at Arizona State University. He became a full professor in 1986.
  • Benkert is a historian of modern Germany working on the history and memory of both dictatorships on German soil.
  • Lee is a teacher of German who specializes in language learning with disabilities/dyslexia, bilingual learning, and teaching methodology.
  • Eva Humbeck is an instructor of German language in the School of International Letters and Culture at Arizona State University. Her academic interests reach from poetry to modern literature to cultural change in Germany.
  • McAuliffe teaches German at ASU. She received her doctorate in German from Pennsylvania State University in 2014.
  • Reves teaches lower division coordinator in the German group at ASU. Her primary research interests are migration, networks and culture transfer.