Ph.D., Emory University
German & French
Robin Huff, Senior Lecturer in German and French, received his B.A. in German from Georgia State University, and then obtained an M.A. in French from Middlebury College and an M.A. in German Studies from Emory University. At Emory, Dr. Huff studied Psychology, Psychohistory, German Studies and Reader-Response Theory in an interdisciplinary doctoral program. His dissertation topic was “Theater as the Dramatist's Mental Ward: the Case of Martin Luther.” Dr. Huff was named Leader of the Year by the AATG GA for 2008 and he is currently president of that organization. He teaches German at all levels including German for International Business and Translation.
Dr. Huff currently serves as Undergraduate Coordinator for German, Exchange Program Director for the Erlangen Exchange and Study Abroad Director for French Studies in Tours. He is Senior Reviewer on the Editorial Review Board of “Dimension,” the annual volume of peer-reviewed articles sponsored by the Joint Conference of the Southern Conference on Language Teaching, the Alabama Association of Foreign Language Teachers, and the Southeastern Association of Language Learning Technology. His research interests are broad and Dr. Huff has published on pedagogical topics ranging from teacher attrition to approaches to teaching medieval literature. He is currently working on an article on linguistic terrorism.