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Don Varn Lowman, M.A., MBA

Senior Lecturer




Room 2-027, Rabinstraße 8, 53111 Bonn

Phone: +49 (0)228 73 5727

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Courses this term

  • Regional Studies North America
  • Lecture series on race, gender, and current social movements
  • Language Skills II


 Lectures & Exchanges
  • March 2016: one week of teaching at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris (Jacobites and The Protestant Reformation)
  • November 2016: one week of teaching at the University of Turku, Finland (Queer Theory and Literature)
  • March 2017: one week of teaching at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris (Mary Queen of Scots and the Jacobite Uprisings)
  • September 2017: Krost Symposium at Texas Lutheran University (The New Super Heroes: Minority Representation in Comics) 
  • September 2017: Texas Lutheran University course on Queer Studies and Politics
  • February 2020: one week of teaching at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris (The Arts and Propaganda during the Reformation, Jacobite Risings, and The Troubles).


  Research Interests
  • Queer Theory and Gender Studies
  • Comics
  • Poverty and Youth Homelessness
  • Alternative Histories and Subcultures
  • (Native) American History and Literatures
  • Ethnic and Racial Studies
 Organizations & Memberships


  • Master of Business Administration University of North Florida
  • MA Intercultural Communications University of Provence Aix-Marseille
  • BA International Business University of North Florida


 Past Courses
  • Gender, Sexuality, and Music
  • Queer Theory: Where the Wilde Things Are: Contesting Heteronormativity and Performativity in Poetry and Drama
  • Contemporary Female Thinkers Changing the World
  • Graphic Reality: The Politics of Comics
  • Unicorns and Hijras: Representations of Asexual and Transgender Identities
  • Queer Cinema
  • Queer Britain
  • What the Fuck is Queer Theory?
  • "Beyond the Pale (Male)”: Minority Representation in Comics
  • The Troubled Self: Explorations of Pain across North American Landscapes
  • The Hague and Crossing Border Excursion
  • Regional Studies North America - Lecture
  • Regional Studies North America: The American South - Tutorial
  • Mechanics/Language Skills II
  • Language Toolkit/Language Skills I
  • Regional Studies Scotland and Northern Ireland - Lecture
  • Regional Studies Scotland: Scottish Culture - Tutorial
  • Scotland Excursion
  • Literature and Culture of the Pacific Northwest
  • Language Skills III - Debate
  • Business