Maggie Rosenau
Communication and Project Administrator • Project Manager for Jews of Color: Histories and Futures
Jewish Studies

 Office: University Club A-3
M/W/F 9am – 5pm

Due to COVID-19, I am working remotely but can be reached anytime via email.


Maggie (they/she) serves part-time at the Program in Jewish Studies as Communications Admin as well as Project Manager for Jews of Color: Histories and Futures. They have a strong background in university teaching, curation, instructional design, project management, academic care work, disability studies, and digital accessibility. Maggie received their Ph.D. in German Studies from CU Boulder, where they also earned a professional certification in Museum Studies. 

Additional roles in the CU-system include Learning Design Expert and Language Instructor at ALTEC. At CU Denver, Maggie is adjunct Lecturer of German. They are also a member of the DDGC Mutual Aid Action GroupMaggie has a working class, refugee/immigrant family background, and is proud to be first gen.


Peer Reviewed Publications

With David Loner. “How to Deal with a Bully: Debility, Non-Production, and Radical Care.” Feminist Formations: Time, Urgency, and Collaboration in the Corporate University, eds Maria Stehle and Fatima El-Tayeb, Spring 2022: pp. 25–55.

“Das Medium ist das Gedicht: Nichts lesen im Frühwerk Dieter Roths.” Dieter Roth: Zum literarischen Werk des KünstlerdichtersMünchen: edition text + kritik, November 2021: pp. 32–54.

Universality and the Zero Hour: Interrelationship Between the Avant-Garde, Denazification, and German-Language Literatures.” Journal of Foreign Languages and Cultures, vol. 4, no. 1, Hunan: Hunan Normal University Press, June 2020: pp. 65–85.


Public Scholarship

Making Spaces for Unwellness, Crip Time, and Carework: Resources and Tools for Building Accessibility and Mutual Aid in the Classroom.” Diversity, Decolonization and the German Curriculum, January 10, 2023.

With Emily Frazier-Rath. “Mutual Aid in Our German Studies Communities: Why and How to do Collective Organizing and Care Work in Academia.” Diversity, Decolonization and the German Curriculum, May 2021.

With David Loner. “Crip Currencies: Resources on Care Community Networks in the Age of COVID-19.” Digital Feminist Collective, July 2020.

Text, Textiles & Digital Technologies.” Kunst Zwischen Deckeln. Blog post for the Bavarian State Library. July 2, 2019.

‘The Most Significantly Imaginative Post-War European Book Artist’.” Introduction essay in Roth Times: From Geometry to Decay (an Art Catalogue for Art Basel). NY: Irving Zucker Art Books, 2016, p. 5.

MUNDUNCULUM: A Rothian Endeavor. Roth Times: From Geometry to Decay (an Art Catalogue for Art Basel)NY: Irving Zucker Art Books, 2016, pp. 18–22.



"Disability/Accessibility." A Workshop and Resource Toolkit for the CU Program in Jewish Studies, November 11, 2022.

What is Mutual Aid (in academia)?” Video for the virtual DDGC Mutual Aid Teach-In, October 20, 2022.

With David Loner. “Laziness and Non-Production as a Radical Form of Political Resistance.” Feminism in Action Opening Session for the Women in German Studies Conference, Portland, OR, November 4-7, 2021.

With kelly j. drumright. “Worüber man nicht sprechen kann, darüber muss man memen.” Twelfth International Conference on The Image, Lisbon, Portugal, September 2021.

With kelly j. drumright. “What do you meme? Using Multimodal Technologies in the Language Classroom.” ALTEC Faculty Workshop. September 2021.