Associate Professor of German and Director of German Studies
Office Hours: Tuesday, 1:00-3:00
and by appointment
M.A., University of Salzburg
M.A., University of Minnesota
Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Teaching and Scholarly Interests
Professor Graml's interests include German and Austrian literature and culture, transnational studies, cultural studies, film/visual studies, cultural anthropology, and postcolonial studies.
Member of International Research Collaborative Crossovers: African American and German Interactions
“Roaming Fantasies and Trapped Bodies: Tracing Identity Construction in Florian Flicker’s Suzie Washington (1998).” New Austrian Film. Ed. Robert Dassanowsky and Oliver Speck. New York: Berghahn, 2008.
“Black Bodies on White Snow: The Re-construction of Germanness as White in Luis Trenker’s The Prodigal Son (1934).” (Manuscript accepted by editors of anthology on American and European discourses of race; under review with Harvard UP.)
Rev. of “Nicht alle Weißen schießen:” Afrika-Repräsentationen im Österreich der 1950er Jahre im Kontext von (Post-)Kolonialismus und (Post-)Nationalsozialismus, by Vida Bakondy and Renée Winter. Modern Austrian Literature 42.1 (2009): 124-126.
“‘The Hills Are Alive…:’ Tourism and the Performative Construction of Places.” Women in German Yearbook 21 (2005): 192-215. (peer-reviewed)
“(Re)mapping the Nation: Sound of Music Tourism and Austrian National Identity, ca 2000 CE.” Tourist Studies 4.1 (2004): 137-59. (peer-reviewed)