Jennifer Hansen-Glucklich earned a Ph.D. in Germanic Languages and Literatures from the University of Virginia in 2011. She has published a book, Holocaust Memory Reframed: Museums and the Challenges of Representation, with Rutgers University Press, and articles in Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies; the Journal of Modern Jewish Studies; Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies; and Nexus: Essays in German Jewish Studies. Dr. Hansen-Glucklich has taught as visiting faculty at the Universität Wien and the Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, and has held fellowships at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, USHMM in Washington D.C. and with the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). She is currently working on a book about German Jewish immigrants to Israel in the 1930s.
Jennifer Hansen-Glucklich in the News
- Hansen-Glucklich Talks about Holocaust Memories, Jewish RemembranceJennifer Hansen-Glucklich, assistant professor of German, was quoted in the Massachusetts Daily Collegian about her lecture “Holocaust Memory Reframed: Museums and the Challenges of Misrepresentation.” Her presentation centered on how three distinct museums of Jewish remembrance – Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, Israel, the Jewish Museum Berlin in Berlin, Germany and the... Read more »