Jennifer Algarotti

Jennifer Algarotti

Jennifer Algarotti


Business Ethics, Business Writing, Digital Marketing, Environmental Sustainability, History of Environmentalism, Cultural Studies

Grants and Fellowships

Fulbright Scholar, University of Heidelberg, 2001-2002
Graduate Fellow, The Ohio State University, 2006-2009

Courses Taught



Undergraduate Courses:
Business and American Society
Business Communications
Global Environment of Business
Global Awareness: History of World Environmentalism
European and American Environmental Thought: Reading, Writing, and Thinking Nature
The Making of the Modern World (introduction to International Studies)
Themes and Approaches in International Studies (research seminar)
Professional Development Series
Introduction to Legal English
Beginning, intermediate, and advanced German

Graduate Courses:
Introduction to Graduate Studies (research methods)
German for Graduate Research


The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Ph.D. (2012), M.A. (2006), Language, Literature, and Culture- Germanic

Ruprecht-Karls Universität, Heidelberg, Germany

              Fulbright Year, History (2002-2003)

Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio

              B.A., (2000), History and German Studies

Recent Presentations

“Rebranding Academic Skills for non-Faculty Careers.” Alternative Careers for PhDs in the Humanities, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, September 2017.

“Differences between Domestic and Pathway Students.” INTO Mason Conference, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, May 2015.

“Wilderness and other ‘Others:’ Figurations of the Nature/Culture Split,” Global Studies Seminar, Denison University, Granville, Ohio 2014.

“Women and Technology,” Panel Chair, KFLC, Lexington, Kentucky, April 2013.

“What to do with a PhD.” The Graduate School Experience, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, August 2011.

“The American Concept of Wilderness at Work in Christoph Ransmayr’s Morbus Kitahara.” Harvard Ecocriticism Conference, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 2010.

“Disneyland in the Mountains: Robert Menasse’s Schubumkehr and Jean Baudrillard’s Simulacra and Simulation.” KFLC, Lexington, Kentucky, April 2010.

“’Aus der Welt – Ein Nekrolog:’ Discovering Nature, Culture, and Art in Christoph Ransmayr’s Die Schrecken des Eises und der Finsternis.” NeMLA Convention, Montreal, Canada, April