Donald L. Wallace, Assistant Professor
Intellectual History of Europe
Ph.D. - University of
California, San Diego
M.A. - George Mason
M.A. - University of Maryland
B.A. - Randolph-Macon College
"The Obscure Sea Change:
Hermann Broch, Fascism, and the United States" in The
Fruits of Exile, edited by Richard Bodek (Columbia,
SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2009).
"Aesthetics of Fascism: Herman
Broch and Walter Benjamin." Modern Language Association,
Chicago, IL, December 2007.
"German Orientalism? Karl
Neumann, Hugo von Hofmannstal, and Translation." German
Studies Association, San Diego, CA, October 2007.
"Ethics and the Individual in
Herman Broch's Die Verzauberung." American
Historical Association, Atlanta, GA, January 2007.
"Letters from Exile:
Correspondence of Hannah Arendt and Hermann Broch."
German Studies Association, Milwaukee, WI, October 2005.
German Studies Association
American Historical Association
Honors and Awards:
Fulbright Scholar, Vienna,
NEH Summer Seminar, Rome, Italy 2006
"Hugo von Hofmannsthal and The
East." (Article in progress)
"Hermann Broch and Walter
Benjamin: Ethical Politics and Art." (Article in
Intellectuals and Empire from Rome to the United States
(book in progress)