German: Contemporary German and Austrian literature, gender studies, critical theory, teaching with technology
Natalia Dudnik received her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She also holds a Graduate Certificate in e-Learning from George Mason University. Dr. Dudnik is currently a Term Associate Professor and Coordinator of the German Language Program. Her research interests include contemporary German-language literature by authors from the former Soviet Union, memory and trauma studies, and teaching with technology.
"Witnessing Migrant Memories Through Literature: The Case of Nagorno-Karabakh in Transnational Perspective." Memory Studies 16.2 (April 2023): 435-450. https://doi.org/10.1177/17506980221101108
"Gendering ‘Bare Life’: Marlene Streeruwitz’s Novels Kreuzungen. and Entfernung." Monatshefte für Deutschsprachige Literatur und Kultur 106.3 (Fall 2014): 472-487.
Rev. of Selektive Emanzipation. Analysen zur Gleichstellungs- und Familienpolitik,
by Diana Auth, Eva Buchholz and Stefanie Janczyk (eds). Journal of Contemporary European Studies 18 No. 4 (2010): 519-521.