1998–Visiting Professor of German, Georg August-Universität Göttingen, Germany, Seminar für deutsche Philologie, one semester; taught one Lecture (“Vorlesung,” “jüdische Autoren deutscher Literatur” and one graduate seminar (Hauptseminar,” “Nürnberg im 17. Jahrhundert”)
2006–Visiting Marie Goeppert Mayer Professor of Gender Studies, Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien, Hannover, Germany, one semester; taught four courses (Gender studies, early German libretto; block seminar on musicians and music in early modern festival books; woman and early German performance)
2011 Guest professorship: 30th Wolfenbüttel Summer Seminar (August)
Co-Director with Wolfgang Behringer, History, Universität des Saarlandes, Summer Seminar, Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel, invited professorship for two-week long graduate summer course, “Körper und Kommunikation” (Communicating the Body) at one of the preeminent research centers for early modern studies in Europe. Twenty advanced PhD students from the Sorbonne, Warsaw, Harvard, Princeton, Duke, University of California Santa Barbara, Washington University, the Universities of Bielefeld, Bonn, Cologne, Greifswald, Vienna, the National University of Ireland, and York University from the fields of history, art history, German literature, music, dance, and Renaissance Studies.
2016, Guest Professor, Stockholm University (May)
Invited lectures land workshops; Stockholm University’s Post-Doc day; participated in Stockholm University’s Literature Day; participated in the presentation of a dissertation project in the German Department; German Dept social events and meetings with faculty; met with department head to write a research proposal, “Skokloster as Laboratory of the Humanities.” Research appointments to consult with librarians at the Royal Library of Sweden, with Keeper of the Royal Collections at Royal Castle, with curator at the Royal Armory.