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Ph.D., Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies, Duke University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2016
M.A., Medieval German Literature and Language, Freie Universität Berlin, 2011
B.A., Jewish Studies and German Philology, Freie Universität Berlin, 2008
Originally from Zwickau, Germany, I came to the United States to obtain a Ph.D. degree. My research interests include medieval and early modern German and Yiddish literature and cultural transfers within a German-Jewish context. I am currently working on a book project concerning the adaptations and transformations of Wigalois, a text describing the adventures of an Arthurian knight, across different languages (Yiddish and German) as well as across different media (manuscripts, prints, wall paintings, comics) from the 13th to the 21st centuries.
- “How Yiddish Writers Influenced Arthurian Legend.” In Jewish in Seattle (2019/08).
- Oehme, Annegret. “A Franconian Knight at King Arthur’s Court: Regional Identity and Medieval Iconography in Die phantastischen Abenteuer des Glücksritters Wigalois (2011).” In German Quarterly (92.2): 229-245.
- Oehme, Annegret. “He Should Have Listened to His Wife.” The Construction of Women’s Roles in German and Yiddish Pre-modern Wigalois Adaptations. De Gruyter, 2019.
- Annegret Oehme receives TTFI Fellowship - June 9, 2020
- Q&A with Annegret Oehme - May 27, 2020
- Congratulations to the Class of 2019-2020! - May 23, 2020
- Recent notable book by Annegret Oehme looks at female agency in Arthurian legend - May 13, 2020
- New Faculty Publication by Annegret Oehme: “He should have listened to his wife!” - February 3, 2020
- The Knights who say Nu: Professor Annegret Oehme decolonizes literature in article from Jewish in Seattle Magazine - September 13, 2019
- Departmental Convocation: Congratulations to the Class of 2018 - 2019! - June 14, 2019
- Something Wicked! - March 19, 2019
- Richard Block on “Teaching the Holocaust in the Age of Trump” and Annegret Oehme on a key teacher and her path to studying Old Yiddish in “From Old Yiddish to Modern Mentorship” - January 28, 2019
- Winter 2019: German Studies in English - December 12, 2018
- Live Action Role Play (LARP) in the German 452 Classroom - December 10, 2018
- Kaffeestunde - Fall 2018 - December 4, 2018
- Love in the Middle Ages (Course Projects: German 411) - December 12, 2017
- Celebrating 500 Years of Reformation: Martin Luther as a Man of his Times and Our Contemporary - November 28, 2017
- Kaffeestunde at UW: Coffee, Snacks and German Conversation - March 7, 2017
- Germanics welcomes new Assistant Professor, Annegret Oehme - December 13, 2016
- Spring 2018 Course Descriptions - January 23, 2018
- Spring 2017: Undergraduate Courses in English - March 14, 2017
Association for Jewish Studies, German Studies Association, International Arthurian Society, Modern Language Association of America, Sixteenth Century Society