Adjunct Assistant Professor, German
Campus Box 0398
300 North Washington St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325-1400
(717) 337 -
PhD Purdue University,
MA Purdue University,
BA Bogaziçi University,
Transnationalism, Identity Studies, Post-colonialism, German Romanticism, Victorian Literature.
Sibel Sayili-Hurley received her PhD in Comparative Literature from Purdue University, concentrating on German Romanticism and Victorian Literature. Her dissertation examines identity formation in the texts of Kleist, E.T.A. Hoffmann and Oscar Wilde. More recently she has become interested in identity formation of GermanTurks, particularly those who have “returned” to Turkey.
She has taught a wide variety of courses ranging form German language to German and comparative literature, Turkish, and freshmen seminars.