Raymond Burt, Ph.D.
B.A., North Carolina State Univeristy
M.A., Middlebury College, Vermont
Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
Dr. Raymond Burt, in addition to his duties as chair of the department, teaches all levels of German language and literature. He is the coordinator of the UNC German Studies Consortium (http://portal.northcarolina.edu/gsc/index.htm) and is active in teaching upper level courses through distance learning technology. His areas of research are Eighteenth Century German Literature (Goethe, Jung-Stilling), Austrian Literature at the turn of the century (Richard von Kralik, Friedrich S. Krauss), and contemporary Austrian Literature (Michael Köhlmeier, Marlene Streeruwitz).
Article: “Errötend folgte er ihren Spuren: The Enigmatic Friederich Salomo Krauss. In Contested Passions: Sexuality, Eroticism, and Gender in Modern Austrian Literature and Culture. Eds. Clemens Ruthner & Raleigh Whitinger. New York: Peter Lang, 2011. 123-134.
Article: “A Genuine Dilemma: Ruzowitzky’s The Counterfeiters as Moral Experiment.” In New Austrian Film. Eds. Robert von Dassanowsky and Oliver Speck. New York: Berghahn Books, 2011. 307-319.
Book: Krauss, Friedrich Salomo. Volkserzählungen der Südslaven: Märchen und Sagen, Schwänke, Schnurren und erbauliche Geschichten. Raymond Burt & Walter Puchner, eds. Vienna: Böhlau Verlag, 2002.
Article: "Autobiography as Reconciliation: The Literary Function of Elias Canetti’s Die gerettete Zunge." Modern Austrian Prose: Interpretations and Insights. Ed. Paul F. Dvorak. Riverside, CA: Ariadne Press, 2001, 129-149.
Article: "Subliminal Austria: Sigmund Freud in World Literature." Modern Austrian Literature: Austria in Literature. Ed. Donald Daviau. Ariadne Press, 2000, 86-102.