- Angineh Djavadghazaryans: "Stranger at Home and Home in the Strange" for the Germany and Iran: Literature, Film, History panel
- Anne Fritz: "Nature as the Everyday in the Photographs of Wolfgang Tillmans"
- Tracy Graves: "Commemorating Germany's National Past? Berlin's Museum Island and the Architecture of Political Memory" for the Memory and Commemoration in German Studies panels
- Corey Twitchell: "Midrash on Silence: Framing the 'Almost' Lost Story in Fred Wander's 'Der siebente Brunnen' and Edgar Hilsenrath's 'Jossel Wassermanns Heimkehr'"
- Jennifer Kapczynski: “Raising Cain: The Logic of Breeding in Haneke’s Das weiße Band"
- Lutz Koepnick: Contributed a paper entitled "Ice" to a panel dedicated to Alexander Kluge's multimedia project "Landschaften mit Eis und Schnee"(2010). He also served as commentator to a panel on German science fiction writing and filmmaking in the twentieth- and twenty-first century
- Paul Michael Lützeler: Organized two sessions, one on Herta Mueller and on Hermann Broch
- Erin McGlothlin: "Rewriting the Fantasy of the 'Wrong Victim' in Jochen Alexander Freydank’s 2007 Short Film Spielzeugland”