For her PhD in American Studies, Katrin Fischer studied the representation of Native American cultures in contemporary American crime fiction; her dissertation was published as a book in 2003. Before joining Babson, she taught at the universities of Chemnitz and Dresden in Germany, and at Bentley University.
Besides scholarly articles on multicultural literatures, she has published a bilingual book of Shakespeare quotations and an annotated edition of a young adult novel for ESL learners. Her current research interests focus on the intersection between the liberal arts and business.
Business Writing; Multi-Ethnic Literatures of the United States; Captivity Narratives; Intersections between Business and the Liberal Arts