Dr. Rebecca Stewart-Gray

Visiting Assistant Professor of German German, World Languages and Cultures

Rebecca Stewart-Gray is visiting assistant professor of German in the Department of World Languages and Cultures at Concordia College. Stewart-Gray earned her Ph.D. from Harvard University in May 2023 with a dissertation titled “Theory and Practice of Sublime Vulnerability in the Works of Friedrich Schiller.” In addition to her work in German studies, she works as a musicologist, translator, and event curator affiliated with the Ziering-Conlon Initiative for Recovered Voices. She has published on Schiller, Kleist, Austrian anti-Napoleonic poet Heinrich Joseph von Collin, and suppressed composer Erwin Schulhoff and is the co-editor of Heinrich von Kleist: Literary and Philosophical Paradigms with Jeffrey L. High and Elaine Chen (Camden House, 2022). She has taught and directed choirs at intensive German summer schools since 2014, most recently at the Deutsche Sommerschule am Pazifik at Portland State University. Stewart-Gray is a faculty advisor to the very active Concordia German Club, a passionate student mentor, and an advocate for collaborating with students on research projects beginning in their first year.

Please find Dr. Rebecca Stewart-Gray’s CV on her academia.edu page.

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Dr. Rebecca Stewart-Gray

Visiting Assistant Professor of German Academy