Tamara Kamatović

Tamara Kamatović joined the department in 2011 after receiving her B.A. in German Literature from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In 2008-2009, she spent the academic year at the University of Leipzig on a DAAD undergraduate study grant. She was awarded a Fulbright Ernst Mach scholarship for dissertation research in Vienna in 2015-2016. Her dissertation, titled “Caught Between Four Walls: Censorship, Autobiography, Lust, and Melancholy in Biedermeier Austria,” is a cultural history of the Biedermeier period in Vienna, which spanned the years after the Vienna Congress to the revolutions in Europe around 1848. Tamara has taught courses on German literature and language and has served as a Teaching Assistant in the Vienna-Chicago Human Rights Program.