Profile for Shelley Hay

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Specialty area(s)

19th- and 20th-century German literature and philosophy, intermediality (music and language), pedagogy and pop culture, assessment in the foreign language classroom

Current courses at UWL

GER 201

GER 202/212 (part of the Collaborative Language Program - UWL and UWSP students)

GER 311

Education

Ph.D. Germanic Languages and Literatures - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

M.A. Germanic Languages and Literatures - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

B.A. in Philosophy and B.A. in German - University of Virginia

Teaching history

  GER 101: Elementary German I

  GER 102: Elementary German II

  GER 201: Intermediate German I

  GER 202: Intermediate German II

  GER 311: Advanced Conversation and Composition

  GER 320: German Civilization 1871-Reunification

  GER 321: German Civilization 1989-present

  GER 327: Grammar review

  GER 328: Short stories

  GER 329: Reporting and Publishing the News in German

  GER 330: German Conversation and Phonetics

  GER 351: Films in German

  GER 398: German Thinkers and Popular Culture

  GER 399: German Literature in Translation

  GER 403: Studies in German Literature

  GER 498: Independent Study

Research and publishing

Hay, Shelley and Xu, Hongying. “EPortfolios for Assessment Purposes in the Foreign Language Classroom: A Project Outline.” In Materialien Deutsch als Fremd- und Zweitsprache. Eds. Sandra Ballweg and Bärbel Kühn (forthcoming).

Hay, Shelley. “Metaphysical Mirroring: The Musical Structure of Society in Thomas Mann’s Doktor Faustus and Hermann Hesse’s Das Glasperlenspiel.German Studies Review. 41.1 (2018): 1-17.