Associate Professor of German and Women's and Gender Studies, and Director, Center for German and European Studies
German, Russian, and Asian Languages and Literature
Women's and Gender Studies
German as a Foreign Language; Jewish-German Dialogue; German Women Writers, German Cinema, Age of Goethe, Climate Change and the Humanities
Sabine von Mering teaches German Language, Literature, and Film. She is also a member of the core faculty in Women's and Gender Studies. Her most recent scholarly work focused on right-wing extremism. She is currently working on the role of climate change as a challenge for the humanities. As Director of the Center for German and European Studies she organizes lectures, conferences, and cultural events in the interest of promoting transatlantic dialogue.
University of California, Davis, Ph.D.
University of Göttingen, M.A.
University of Köln, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Theodore and Jane Norman Fund for Faculty Research and Creative Projects (2012)
Theodore and Jane Norman Fund for Faculty Research and Creative Projects 2006 (2006)
Mazer Award, Brandeis University (2000 - 2001)
Humanities Research Award (1997)
Kaplan Award for Excellence in Student Teamwork (1997)
Teaching Award for Outstanding Graduate Students (1997)
Pro Femina Research Award (1996)
Quadrille Ball Scholarship, Institute of International Education (1996 - 1997)
|GATE||1a||Gateway: Integrated Skills 1|
|GATE||2a||Critical Reading in the Humanities and Social Sciences|
|GECS||130b||The Princess and the Golem: Fairy Tales|
|GECS||150a||From Rapunzel to Riefenstahl: Real and Imaginary Women in German Culture|
|GECS||167a||German Cinema: Vamps and Angels|
|GECS||188b||Human/Nature: European Perspectives on Climate Change|
|USEM||87b||Seeking Justice: Jews and Germans|
|WMGS||5a||Women and Gender in Culture and Society|