Our Graduate Program offers one of the finest Ph.D. programs in North America. It is dedicated to training superb scholars and well-rounded pedagogues able to meet and exceed the expectations of the academic job market today and in the future.
Our department offers a wide range of courses which examine important aspects of German culture, art, philosophy, literature, media, and criticism from the Middle Ages to the present.
Our undergraduate and graduate courses are taught by internationally-recognized scholars. They offer small class sizes, provide personalized guidance, and stress interdisciplinary collaboration.
Our department is renowned for its excellent faculty, dedicated to both innovative research and exceptional teaching. Distinguished visiting writers, critics, and scholars add important aspects to the vitality of the department.
The only center of its kind, the Max Kade Center promotes the teaching and research of contemporary German literature. Every spring, the Kade Center invites a prominent writer and a leading critic from a German-speaking country to teach a graduate course.
Professor Erin McGlothlin has been awarded a Mid-Career Faculty Fellowship in residence at the Center for the Humanities to commence in spring 2015. The Faculty Fellowship Program is designed to pro
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