Michaela Ullmann

University of Southern California

Michaela Ullmann holds a Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology and Archaeology from the University Bonn, Germany, and a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University. Michaela has worked for the Feuchtwanger Memorial Library (FML) at USC since 2006; first as Feuchtwanger Curator, and since July 2010 as Exile Studies Librarian. She assists scholars with their research, and develops outreach and instruction initiatives for the department of Special Collections. Her publications include: Felix Guggenheim: Life and Work on Two Continents, in: Feuchtwanger Studies, Vol. 3, edited by Ian Wallace, Peter Lang (2013); Felix Guggenheim, in: Immigrant Entrepreneurship: German-American Business Biographies, 1720 to the Present, edited by R.D, Wadhwani, German Historical Institute (2012); A Year in the Life of the Feuchtwanger Memorial Library, in: Against the Eternal Yesterday – Essays commemorating the Legacy of Lion Feuchtwanger, edited by Bill Dotson, Marje Schuetze-Coburn, Michaela Ullmann, USC Libraries (2009); Das Internationale Feuchtwanger Jahr in der Feuchtwanger Memorial Library an der University of Southern California, in: Das Internationale Lion Feuchtwanger-Jahr, edited by Marduk Buscher and Oliver Turecek, uni editionen (2010).

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