Craig Decker
German Department BATES COLLEGE Lewiston, Maine


Kurse
Courses in German About the Department Faculty German Lang/Lit at Bates

Herbstsemester 2003
101

Wintersemester 2004
1014

Craig Decker teaches a range of language, literature and culture courses, from introductory German classes to advanced seminars on modern Austrian and German culture. He is particularly interested in communicative language pedagogy and in the intersections between literature and history and literature and other media. Professor Decker has directed Bates Fall Semester Abroad Programs in Berlin, Germany and Vienna, Austria, and is currently serving his second term as Chair of the Department of German, Russian, and East Asian Languages and Literatures.

Professor Decker’s research focuses on the history and theory of the “Volksstück” (popular drama) and on representations of the fascist past. The author of several articles on these topics, he has also edited Austrian Identities: Portraits in Twentieth-Century Prose (in press) and Balancing Acts: Textual Strategies of Peter Henisch (2002). He recently translated Henisch’s Steins Paranoia into English (2000).

Professor Decker currently serves on the Editorial Board of Modern Austrian Literature, is an Editorial Advisor for the forthcoming Encyclopedia of Modern Drama, and in 2002 was elected for a three-year term to the Delegate Assembly of the Modern Language Association as a Regional Delegate from New England and Eastern Canada.

 

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cdecker@bates.edu

Decker, Craig J.
786-6288 cdecker@bates.edu
German, Professor; Hathorn Hall, Room 311


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