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Tim Schmidt

Teaching Assistant

Tim SchmidtTim comes to Binghamton University with a background in linguistics, and has previously focused on the philosophy of language, combined with interdisciplinary approaches such as phraseology, music theory and psychology. He holds a double master's degree in intercultural German literature and linguistics from the University of Kassel (Germany) and the University of Szeged (Hungary). His research interests include speechlessness, “imagined communities,” the post-monolingual paradigm and multilingualism in relation to culture production of the 21st century. Furthermore, he is interested in the writings of Friedrich Nietzsche, Jacques Lacan, and Theodore W. Adorno.


Recent courses
  • German 101
Contact

tschmid5@binghamton.edu
Office: Library Tower 1405

Last Updated: 8/3/20