Beverly Weber's most recent article on contemporary refugee migration in Germany, "The German Refugee “Crisis” after Cologne: The Race of Refugee Rights" has appeared in English Language Notes over the summer. She also conducted research in Germany this summer for her book manuscript Race, Rights and Refugee Migration. This fall she will give talks at the University of Pittsburgh (as part of the workshop "The Muslim Question in Europe") and the University of Toronto (as part of the workshop Islamophobia East/West). She is co-convener of the German Studies Association Seminar "Feminist Scholar-Activism and the Politics of Affect", and will co-present "Speculative Feminisms: Transnational Connection and Collaboration" at the Women in German annual meeting.
Professor Weber is currently serving as the Undergraduate Associate Chair and German Program Head in GSLL, the Director of Graduate Studies for the Program in Jewish Studies, and as a Steering Committee member for Women in German.