Ph.D.: University of Washington
Title: Visiting Associate Professor of German
Office: Thomas Hall 127
Research and Teaching Interests:The European Enlightenment and its critique in the 20th and 21st century; gender and queer studies; German and Austrian literature and film.
Publications: Dr. Schlipphacke is the author of Nostalgia After Nazism: History, Home, and Affect in German and Austrian Literature and Film (Bucknell UP, 2010). Recent articles and book chapters include "Melancholy Empress: Queering Empire in Ernst Marischka's Sissi Films" (in Screen); "The Trouble with Shane: Lesbians and Polygamy" (in Loving the L Word); "Fragmented Bodies: Masculinity in Contemporary German Cinema" (in Mysterious Skin: The Male Body in Contemporary Cinema); "Postmodernism and the Place of Nostalgia in Ingeborg Bachmann's Franza Fragment" (in The German Quarterly); “Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds and the Gender of Revenge" (in Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Basterds: A Manipulation of Metacinema); "Melodrama's Other: Entrapment and Escape in the Films of Tom Tykwer" (in Camera Obscura); “The Dialectics of Female Desire in G.E. Lessing’s Emilia Galotti” (in The Lessing Yearbook); "'Das kleine Ich': Robert Menasse and Masculinity in Real Time" (in From Kafka to Sebald: Modernism and Narrative Form); and “‘Die Vaterschaft beruht nur überhaupt auf der Überzeugung’: The Displaced Family in Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre" (in Journal for English and German Philology).