German History, Language, Politics and Translation
March 2021-March 2022: Lecturer in German Language Education and Language Co-Ordinator at King’s College London, where Dr Lewis oversaw the delivery and assessment of the entire undergraduate language programme and managed all staff involved in language teaching – from the DAAD/OeAD Lektorinnen and other staff in the Department, through to colleagues in the Modern Language Centre. He taught Core Language for Second- and Final-Year German, as well as Final-Year Translation. In addition, he was Year Abroad Tutor and co-ordinated the YA assessment and re-assessment procedure for the whole cohort.
October 2020-March 2021: Associate Lecturer for German at the Open University, where he taught core language at all undergraduate levels.
September 2018-July 2019: Full-time tutor for German at the University of Sheffield. Teaching included 16 hours of lecturing in German for the First-Year German Studies course; two weekly one-hour seminars for the Second-Year German Translation & Grammar course and one weekly seminar for the Third-Year German Presenting & Debating course.
Tutor for the Second-Year German Translation & Grammar course at the University of Sheffield (three weekly one-hour seminars, sems 1 and 2 in 2017-2018; one weekly one-hour seminar, sem 2 in 2016-2017; and one weekly one-hour seminar, sem 2 in 2014-15).
Lecturer in the First-Year German Studies course at the University of Sheffield (five one-hour lectures in German, sems 1 and 2 in 2017-18).
Lecturer and Tutor for the Second-Year History course ‘Hitler’s Germany: Life and Death in the Third Reich’ at the University of Huddersfield (one weekly one-hour lecture and two weekly one-hour tutorials, sem 2 in 2015-16).
Tutor for the First-Year German Studies course at the University of Sheffield, which dealt with German culture from ca. 1815 onwards (two weekly one-hour tutorials, sems 1 and 2 in 2014-15).