Hutter, Verena, Ph.D.
Modern Languages, East College, Room 305
Assistant Professor of Modern Languages (German)
Verena Hutter received her Phd. in German with an emphasis on Feminist Theory in 2012. At present, she is a Visiting Assistant Professor at DePauw University in Greencastle, IN. She teaches all levels of German, Culture Courses (in German and English) and in the Women’s Studies Program. Her research interests are 20th century literature, gender studies, Jewish- German Literature and visual representation. She currently works on a book about tattoos in Germany in the twentieth century. Her most recent articles are Identity Politics and the Jewish Body in Edgar Hilsenrath’s The Nazi and the Barber for the Leo Baeck Yearbook 2013, and “Images in Skin: Tattooed Performers in 20th Century Germany, ” for The Body in a Global World (eds. Erynn Masi di Casanova and Afshan Jafar), to be published December 2013.