Z wykładem “NEW COMMON GROUND: POSTNATIONAL STRATEGIES IN LITERATURE, MUSIC, AND THE VISUAL ARTS” gościł w naszej szkole, 28 maja 2009 r., Dr Sascha Pölhmann.
Sascha Pöhlmann is a lecturer in American Literary History at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, Germany. He received his MA degree from Bayreuth University in 2004 with a thesis on identity and self in Ulysses and Gravity's Rainbow, and continued to work there as a lecturer until 2007. His studies also took him to Trinity College Dublin and the University of Illinois at Chicago; he has taught a term at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, and visited the American Studies Center in Warsaw as a guest lecturer. He wrote his dissertation on "Pynchon's Postnational Imagination," and is currently editing the proceedings of International Pynchon Week 2008, which he organized in Munich.