Daniel E. Lloyd
Daniel E. Lloyd, Ph.D.
Dean, Liberal Arts
Tel.: (630) 942-2865
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2616E
Areas of Research Interest:
- 16th Century German Literature
- Renaissance Humanism
- American Transcendentalism
Recent Courses Taught:
- Elementary/Intermediate German
- German Composition and Conversation
- German History and Culture
- The German Novelle in the 19th Century
- Modern German Drama
- Vienna 1900
- The Holocaust
- The German Opera Libretto
- Medieval and Renaissance Thought
- "Kein guter Baum gibt boese Frucht: Parenting for Dummies in the Lalebuch." Modern Language Association, San Diego, Dec. 2003.
- "Wondrously Strange Tales: Problems in Lalebuch/Schiltbuerger Research." (publication in progress)
Selected Publications, Presentations, Performances, Books:
- "Defining the Role of the Modern Language Department Chair." Washington and Jefferson College.
- "The Little Polity: Nature, Gender and Society in the Lalebuch." American Association of Teachers of German.
- "The Concept of Utopia in the Preface to the Lalebuch." University of Texas-Austin.
- Ph.D. in German, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Minor concentrations in European History and Art History.
- M.A. in German, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- B.A. with Distinction, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Awards and Recognitions:
- Faculty Development Writing Grant
- Fulbright Grant, Federal Republic of Germany
- Fulbright-Hays Grant, Austria
- National Endowment for Humanities Grant
- Clarence F. Dissinger Memorial Award for Outstanding Teaching