DAAD Lectors

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The DAAD places about 500 lectors mainly in the subjects of German studies/German as a foreign language in higher education institutions in over 110 countries. In some countries, there are also lectureships for other subject areas, e.g. law, economics and business administration, history, etc. In Hungary, we currently have five lectors. Here you find their contact details.

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  • Dr. Alexander Mionskowski

    DAAD - Lector, Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of German Studies

    Contact hours: prior agreement by e-mail

  • Dr. Claudia Ulbrich

    DAAD - Lector, University of Pécs Faculty of Humanities

    Contact hours: prior agreement by e-mail

  • Dr. Karoline J. Baumann

    DAAD - Lector, University of Debrecen

    Contact hours: prior agreement by e-mail

    Karoline Baumann studied Modern German Literature and English Philology at the Freie Universität Berlin and Columbia University in New York. From 2010-2011 she was a research assistant in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. She completed her doctorate in 2013 on concepts of time and temporality in Shakespeare. After teaching at the Départment d’études allemandes of the Université de Rabat in Morocco (2016-18), she has been a DAAD lecturer at the Germanisztikai Intézet of the University of Debrecen since 2019.


  • Dr. Raphaël Fendrich

    DAAD - Lector, University of Szeged Institute of German Philology

    Contact hours: prior agreement by e-mail

    Raphaël Fendrich studied German and Romance languages and literature in Heidelberg and Granada. After graduating, he taught at universities in Morocco, France and the People’s Republic of China. In 2018, he completed his doctorate in German literature with a thesis on Alsatian identity. His main interests are language and cultural contact, German-speaking minorities, Sino-German literary relations and language acquisition in polyglot speakers. He has been working as a DAAD lecturer at the University of Szeged since September 2020.

  • Michael Wilding

    DAAD - Lector, Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Law

    Contact hours: prior agreement by e-mail

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