uxandra Looft is lecturer of German, faculty affiliate in Women’s and Gender Studies, and the advising coordinator for World Languages and Cultures.
Dr. Looft received her Ph.D. in German and Comparative Literature from Washington University in St. Louis in 2012. Her research focuses on 19th and 20th century women writers, material culture, gender and queer theory, fashion theory, the popular press, and national identity.
During the summer, Dr. Looft takes students to Berlin on an LAS Global Seminar titled “Berlin’s History Through Art, Architecture, and Memorials.”
Dr. Looft also directs our department’s Global Student Ambassador Program.