Emeritus Faculty

Professor Emeritus, Ph.D., UC Berkeley
Wescoe Hall, 2070

Research, teaching and service:

Professor Keel teaches courses on German settlements and dialects in Kansas with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and collaborates with KU ScholarWorks on “German Dialect Recordings from Kansas and Missouri.” He edits the Yearbook of German-American Studies and chairs Sister Cities Lawrence.

Professor Emerita, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Teaching interests: modern German literature, especially of the twentieth century; prose fiction, women authors, and interdisciplinary approaches to literature

Research interests: German and Danish literature, German-Scandinavian literary relations, and exile studies

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