Gutterman

Education

PhD, Yale University
MA, University of Amsterdam
BA, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Research Interests

German and comparative literature of the late 18th and 19th centuries; 20th century literary theory; contemporary German literature; writing at the intersection of memory, forgetting, and secrets, with additional interest in memory studies, Jewish studies, Black German literatures, and translation theory and praxis. 

Teaching Fall 2021

Black German Literatures (GERM 3559), TuTh 12:30 - 1:45, NCH 594
German Jewish Culture and History (GETR/HIEU/RELJ 3372), TuTh 3:30 - 4:45, Maury Hall 115

Translations

“Mourning Play,” “Good Night,” “The Dragon,” “A Dragon Speaks,” “The Whale,” Gertrud Kolmar. Trans. Julia Gutterman and Anna Henke. Asymptote Journal of Translation, Spring 2019. https://www.asymptotejournal.com/poetry/animal-dreams/

“A Journal,“ “Aquarium“, “The Herons,” Gertrud Kolmar. Trans. Alex Gardner, Julia Gutterman, Anna Henke. Inventory no. 8, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 2017/2018.

“About the early death of Fräulein Anna Augusta Marggräfin zu Baden,” Georg Rodolf Weckerlin (1616). Trans. Julia Gutterman and Anna Henke. Inventory no. 7, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 2016/2017.

 

 

First Name: 
Julia
Position: 
Assistant Professor, General Faculty, Director of Undergraduate Programs
Email: 
jg4mt@virginia.edu
Computing ID: 
jg4mt
Office Address: 

New Cabell Hall, Room 241

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Wednesday 1:30-3:30, NCH 241
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