Department of English
University of Illinois at Chicago
Danielle Christmas | email@example.com
Danielle Christmas is a fifth-year doctoral candidate in the Department of English at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her dissertation concerns how representations of Holocaust and slavery perpetrators contribute to American socioeconomic discourses. A recipient of the Andrew W. Mellon / American Council of Learned Societies Dissertation Completion Fellowship (2013-2014) and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Cummings Foundation Fellowship (2013-2014), Danielle will complete her degree by May 2014.
Please watch this video for a short talk entitled, "When Israel Becomes Germany: Agnosticism in Robert Young's Eichmann (2007)." This was recorded for presentation at the Film Club of the Jewish Holocaust Centre in Victoria, Australia.