Research and Teaching Interests:
20th and 21st Century German Literature and Culture, Theory of the Avantgardes, Digital Humanities, Media Studies, Theater and Performance Studies, Transatlantic Internet Policy
- Free Speech, Regulation, and Democracy in the Digital Age - An Analysis of Transatlantic Internet Policy Differences in Germany and the United States.
- The Creation of an Avant-Gardist Brand – Heiner Müller’s Self-Presentation in the German Public Sphere
Nelson Shuchmacher Endebo
Nelson is a 3rd year Ph.D. student in the Department of Comparative Literature at Stanford University. His research and dissertation deal largely with the literary history of technology and natural philosophy in 16th and 17th century Iberia and its colonies, especially Mexico and Brazil. More information in this location.
16th and 17th century Colonial Literatures; Ethnography; Perspectivism; Translation; Travel Narratives; History of Science; History of Technology