Scott Denham, PhD

Scott Denham, E. Craig Wall Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Humanities and Charles A. Dana Professor of German Studies, has taught at Davidson College since 1990. He received the Hunter-Hamilton Love of Teaching Award in 2002 and the Thomas Jefferson Award in 2015.  He studied at Chicago, Marburg, the FU Berlin, and Harvard, working primarily in German studies, but also in comparative literature and history. His teaching and research interests include German studies; modernism and narrative theory; the Holocaust and its representation; literary translation; second-language and writing pedagogy; and questions of identity, loss, and memory in the central European context. He is currently working on translations of the novels and essays of Jagoda Marinić.


Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1476, Davidson, NC 28026

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