- Adam J. Carl
Adam J. Carl
Adam has had a lifelong fascination in Norse mythology with an eye towards the queer, eco-critical, and pre-colonial aspects –– elements the 19th and 20th centuries would rather have forgotten. After studying folklore at The Ohio State University and the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, he pursued an M.A./Ph.D. program in the Scandinavian Department at UC Berkeley. He taught (and sometimes designed) courses there for four years, and decided to take on an administrative role at a university that cares deeply for students instead of beginning a dissertation. Dominican’s dedication to its students fits Adam’s priorities perfectly, and he could not be more excited to work for the faculty and students in Literature, Languages, and Humanities and in Music, Dance, and Performing Arts.