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Michael Crotta
Crotta, M.S.
Arts & Sciences
Modern Language

    Michael Crotta truly enjoys teaching German Language and Culture, and is a student of the sometimes complex relationship between the United States and the German speaking world. He is currently researching how Anglophile America’s reaction to German immigration and Liberal Germanic thought bolstered right wing conservatism and the swift rise of Fascism in Post-World War I Germany.


    M.S. TESOL/Bilingual and Multicultural Education, May 2008        
    Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT

    M.S. Social Studies Education, May 2002
    University of New Haven, New Haven, CT

    B.A. German and Political Science, May 1986
    University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

    German Studies, 2012-Present
    Graduate School of the University of New Mexico

    Goethe Institut, Berlin Landeskunde Seminar for Teachers of German, 2013

    Davidson College German Institute for Teachers, Summer 2009
    Davidson, North Carolina

    Goethe Institute Seminar for German Teachers, Summer 2008
    Schwäbisch Hall, Germany

    Fachhochschule  Schwäbisch Hall Seminar for American Teachers of German
    Summer 2007
    Schwäbisch Hall, Germany      


    CT German (019)
    CT TESOL (111)
    CT History and Social Studies (026)