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 (she/they) serves part-time at the Program in Jewish Studies. They have a strong background in university teaching, curation, instructional design, project management, academic care work, and digital accessibility. Maggie received their Ph.D. in German Studies from CU Boulder, where they also earned a professional certification in Museum Studies. Their dissertation is the first extended study to bring concrete poetry into conversation with postwar literatures responding to WWII and the Shoah. Research interests include the postwar Swiss avant-garde, visual literacy, Crip theory, and art & activism.
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 Group. Maggie has a working class, refugee/immigrant family background, and is proud to be first gen.