Inger S. B. Brodey
University of Chicago:
- Committee on Social Thought: Ph.D., December 1993: “A Rhetoric of Silence: Self-Representation and the Distrust of Words in the Novel of Sensibility”
- Committee on Comparative Studies in Literature: M.A., August 1991: “The Rhetoric of Ruins: Fragmentation in Goethe and Sterne”
Middlebury College: Summer 1989, Advanced Japanese intensive course
Albert-Ludwigs Universität, Freiburg, West Germany: 1987-1988; DAAD (Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst) year studying German literature, philosophy, and anthropology
Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan: 1985-1986, Japanese language and literature
The Colorado College: B.A., summa cum laude, May, 1987
- Major: Honors in Liberal Arts & Science (Comparative Literature and Political Philosophy): “Rebellion, Irony and Conversation: Camus, Mann, and Oakeshott and their Reactions to the Conflict of Reason and Tradition in the Twentieth Century”; Minor: East Asian Studies
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill,
- Department of English and Comparative Literature: Bank of America Distinguished Term Associate Professor, 2013-2017; Associate Professor, 2009-present; Assistant Professor, 2003-2009
- Asian Studies Department: Adjunct Associate Professor, 2009-present; Adjunct Assistant Professor, 2004-2009.
University of Washington, Visiting Scholar, (1996-1997)
The University of Puget Sound, Assistant Professor, 1994-1998; Research Assistant Professor, 1998-2002.
The Colorado College, Political Science Department: Visiting Instructor, 1992, 1993
The Colorado College, History Department: Visiting Instructor, 1992
Newberry Library Lyceum (Chicago, IL): Instructor, Spring, 1990
University of Chicago: College Academic Writing Tutor, 1990-1991.
INGER S. B. BRODEY
Department of English and Comparative Literature
434 Greenlaw Hall, CB #3520
Chapel Hill, NC 27599