Dr. Dylan Goldblatt
Instructional Assistant Professor of German and Interim Director of the Basic German Language Program

Dylan Goldblatt is the Director of the German Language Program at The University of Mississippi. Goldblatt received his Ph.D. in Germanic Languages and Literatures with a Graduate Certificate in Comparative Literature from the University of Virginia in 2014. Prior to working at Ole Miss, Goldblatt served as Visiting Lecturer at the University of Dortmund, Model German Language Teaching Assistant at the University of Virginia, and as Visiting Scholar at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Goldblatt is an alumnus of the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (2002-03) and received a B.A. in German Studies and Linguistics from the College of William and Mary (2007). Goldblatt’s research and teaching interests include: law in literature, lyric poetry, the German High Middle Ages, foreign language pedagogy, film theory, Freudian psychoanalysis, and German Expressionism.

 At the University of Mississippi, Goldblatt offers courses instructed in German language:

  • German Cinema and Film Theory
  • Introduction to German Cinema
  • Introduction to Literature and Literary Analysis in German
  • German Literature of the Long Nineteenth-Century (1789-1914)
  • Survey of German Literature and Language after 1700
  • Survey of German Literature and Language prior to 1700
  • Intensive Elementary German
  • Intensive Intermediate German
  • German Composition and Conversation II
  • Independent Study: German Language Pedagogy

 Previously, Goldblatt has offered hybrid seminars on transatlantic topics for English and German speakers. These bilingual seminars include:

  • Law in Literature: Lawmakers and Lawbreakers
  • Melancholics Anonymous: The Lyric Poetry of City Life
  • Film Noir and the Aesthetics of German Expressionism
  • Urban Poverty in Literature and Drama
  • Education and Electoral Politics in Germany and the USA
  • Law and Violence in David Simon’s “The Wire”
ndgold at olemiss dot edu
Bondurant E-206
Office Phone
(662) 915-7713
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