*Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of German Studies and Director of the Institute for German Cultural Studies. German literature from 1945 to the present; interdisciplinary and transnational approaches to culture and history; postcolonial and feminist theories of difference; literatures of migration and globalization; contemporary German literature and futurity.
Office Hours - Spring 2013: T 1:30-3:00 (except 2/5 and 4/2)
Address: 188 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone: (607) 255-8540; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(on leave Spr 13)*Professor. 18th to 20th-century literature, with an emphasis on Classicism, Romanticism, and Realism; aesthetic theory; hermeneutics; Critical Theory; theories of the comic; intellectual history.
Office Hours - Spring 2013: By Appointment
Address: 192 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone: (607) 255-8355; Email: email@example.com
*Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies. Eighteenth- to twentieth-century literature and philosophy; aesthetics; systems theory; literary and media theory; lyric poetry and poetics.
Office Hours - Spring 2013: TR 10:50-11:40
Address: 194 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone: (607) 254-3312; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(on leave Spr 13)*Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities. Medieval literature; early modern city culture; German and Italian opera; history of science. Editor of Cambridge Studies in Opera and Studi pucciniani.
Office Hours - Spring 2013: By Appointment
Address: 182 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone: (607) 255-8354; Email: email@example.com
*Jacob Gould Schurman Professor Emeritus of German Studies and Comparative Literature. Eighteenth- to twentieth-century German and European literature; literary and social theory; intellectural history; and history of science.
Office Hours - Spring 2013: By appointment only
Address: 193 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone:(607) 255-8353; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visiting Lecturer in Dutch. Netherlandic Language and Culture; Applied linguistics: Second language acquisition; Language pedagogy; Listening comprehension & Speech perception; General linguistics, especially: Dutch, Frisian & Indonesian. Email: email@example.com
Senior Lecturer in German, Director of Undergraduate Studies, and Language Program Director. Second language acquisition; applied linguistics, and professional development for language teachers; sociocultural theory; discourse analysis; German business culture.
Office Hours Spring 2013: T 2:30-3:30; W 3:30-4:30
Address: G75 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone: (607) 255-0725; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer in German.
Office Hours Spring 2013: MF 2:00-3:00
Address: G69 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone: (607) 254-6578. Email: email@example.com
Senior Lecturer in German.
Office Hours Spring 2013: MW 1:30-2:20
Address: G77 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone: (607) 255-3394. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Associate Professor and Department Chair. 18th to 20th-century literature and culture; modernism and theories of modernity; the intersection of literary theory, philosophy, and political theory; visual studies; Austrian literature and culture, especially fin-de-siècle Vienna.
Office Hours Spring 2013: T 12:00-1:00
Address: 185 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone: (607) 255-7670. Email:email@example.com
(on leave Spr 13)*Assistant Professor. German Literature from 1900 to the present; literary theory; psychoanalysis.
Office Hours Spring 2013: By Appointment
Address: 178 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone: (607) 255-8351; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Associate Professor. Romanticism; Realism; twentieth century; literary theory; psychoanalysis; philosophy of language.
Office Hours Spring 2013: R 11:45-1:15
Address: 186 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone: (607) 255-8323; Email: email@example.com
(on leave Spr 13)*Associate Professor. Philosophy and philosophical approaches to literary, cultural, and political theory; Marxism; linguistics; psychoanalysis; visual culture; Spinoza and the New Spinozism; Nietzsche; Gramsci; Heidegger; Lacan; Althusser.
Office Hours Spring 2013: By appointment
Address: 191 Goldwin Smith Hall; Telephone: (607) 255-8357; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
German Studies Emeritus FacultyDavid Bathrick, emeritus: Twentieth-century German literature/culture; cultural theory; history/theory of cinema; history/theory of theatre; Holocaust Studies
Cornell Faculty with Interests in German StudiesC. Caruth, English
*A. Chignell, Philosophy: 17th and 18th century philosophy (especially Rationalism and Kant); philosophy of religion; aesthetics; epistemology
J. Frank, Government
W. Goehner, Architecture
S. Hamilton, Human Development and Family Studies
*W. Harbert, Germanic linguistics: syntactic theory; Welsh
*I. V. Hull, History: Eighteenth-, nineteenth-, and twentieth-century German political, legal, and institutional history; sexuality and gender
*P. Katzenstein, Government: Political structure and economy of central Europe; Germany and European Union
*M. Kosch, Philosophy: 19th and 20th-century German & Danish Philosophy
D. LaCapra, History
J. Monroe, Comparative Literature
C. Otto, Architecture
*A. Richards, Music. Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century music criticism and aesthetics; performance theory and practice; C.P.E. Bach; intersections between music and visual culture
S. Seth, Science and Technology Studies
M. Smith, Comparative Literature
*J. Webster, Music: Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century music; opera; music historiography; musical aesthetics
N. Zaslaw, Music.
* Member of the Graduate Field of Germanic Studies