GERMAN

Dr. John Pustejovsky

Associate Professor
Ph.D. 1983; University of Texas at Austin

  • Modern German Short Story
  • 18th Century German Literature
  • German Pietism

Dr. Michael Koch

Visiting Instructor

PhD. 2009; Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois

Particular Interests:

  • Expressionism
  • 19th and 20th century German Literature
  • Rainer Maria Rilke
  • Heinrich von Kleist
  • Franz Kafka
  • Albert Ehrenstein

Dissertation:

Here And Now: The Immanence of Rilke’s Angel (2009)

Journal Publications:

  • Rilke’s Early Angels‘ Connections to Corporeality and Language.  German Life and Letters, v65 n4 (October 2012): 439-456.
  • Reinvigorating Albert Ehrenstein’s Tubutsch through Nietzsche’s Eternal Return of the Same.  Monatshefte, v109 n4 (December 2017): 562-582.

Papers Presented:

  • Die Engel des frühen Rilke.  “Magic, Mystery, and Metaphysics: Ghostly Knowledge & the Discourses of Rational Thought.”  University of Washington Graduate Student Conference  (April 2005)
  • Albert Ehrenstein‘s “Tubutsch” and Nietzsche’s ‘Eternal Return.‘  Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference  (April 2015)
  • The State of Being Tubutsch: Albert Ehrenstein’s “Tubutsch” and “Saccumum.”  Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference  (April 2018)

EMERITUS

Dr. Robert Jamison

Associate Professor Emeritus, December 2016

 


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