Lea Greenberg

Lea Greenberg earned her B.A. in German Studies with a Concentration in Russian, Central, and East European Studies at Grinnell College in 2014. As an undergraduate, she studied abroad in Vienna and worked as an intern at the International Fellowship of Reconciliation – Austria. Following graduation, she worked as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant at the Georg-Büchner-Gymnasium in Berlin. During her time as a Fulbrighter, she also occasionally volunteered at the American Jewish Committee Berlin office. In her graduate studies, Lea is focused on pursuing German-Jewish studies and examining conceptions of “Western” and “Eastern” Europe. She is also interested in the lands of the former Habsburg Empire and issues of identity in Central Europe. When not reading about or studying these regions of Europe, Lea enjoys traveling to them, particularly to Slovenia to be with her mother’s side of the family. She also enjoys collaging, drawing, throwing fabulous dinner parties, taking on creative projects around the house, and baking. (She makes a fierce carrot cake.)

Current Appointments & Affiliations

Contact Information

Some information on this profile has been compiled automatically from Duke databases and external sources. (Our About page explains how this works.) If you see a problem with the information, please write to Scholars@Duke and let us know. We will reply promptly.