Gundolf Graml, PhD
Gundolf Graml, PhD, is the associate vice president/dean for curriculum and strategic initiatives at Agnes Scott College. He is also a professor of German. Previously, he served as the assistant dean for global learning. He is a member of International Research Collaborative Crossovers: African American and German Interactions with scholarly interests in German and Austrian literature and culture, transnational studies, cultural studies, film/visual studies, cultural anthropology, and postcolonial studies. He received a master’s degree in history, German and Austrian literature from Universität Salzburg. Graml received a master of arts and a PhD in German studies from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities.