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Rob Leventhal, German Studies, MLL

Rob LeventhalI am an Associate Professor of German Studies at the College of William and Mary, where I teach German language, literature, thought and culture from the 18th century to the present.

1975-1982 Stanford University, Ph.D. in German Thought and Literature (1982)

1976  Stanford University, M.A. in German Literature, with Distinction (September, 1976)
1979-1980 Institut für deutsche Philologie, Ludwig-Maximillian-Universität, Munich, West Germany.
DAAD Research Fellow
1975-1976  Fellowship of the Foreign Academic Office (Akademisches Auslandsamt), Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universität, Bonn, West Germany
1971-1975 Grinnell College. B.A. in German and Philosophy, with Honors. Phi Beta Kappa, Grinnell College
1973-1974 Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg, Germany
1973 Goethe Institut, Freiburg, Germany



2018-Program Director, German Studies

2009-Present Associate Professor of German Studies, The College of William and Mary

2004-2009  Assistant Professor of German Studies, The College of William and Mary

1988-95 Assistant Professor of German, University of Virginia
1986-88 Andrew W. Mellon Fellow, Center for Advanced Studies, University of Virginia
1982-86 Assistant Professor of German, Washington University in St. Louis
1984 Director, Summer Language Institute of Washington University at the Goethe Institute, Göttingen
1982 Instructor in German, San Francisco State University
1981 Lecturer in German, University of California at Santa Cruz