Courses of Study
German, Russian, and Asian Languages and Literature
Last updated: May 16, 2016 at 4:27 p.m.
David Powelstock, Chair of the Department of German, Russian and Asian Languages and Literature, Undergraduate Advising Head for Russian Studies and Director of Graduate Studies for the Master of Arts Program in Comparative Humanities
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century Russian literature. Romanticism. Modernism. Czech literature. Poetry. Translation. Literary theory.
Stephen Dowden, Chair and Undergraduate Advising Head for the European Cultural Studies Program
German modernism. Romanticism. The Novel: Kafka, Bernhard, Thomas Mann, Broch, Musil, Goethe. Austrian literature.
Irina Dubinina, Director of the Russian Language Program
Bilingualism. Russian heritage speakers. Teaching language through culture/film/theater. Second-language acquisition in Russian. First-language attrition.
Yu Feng, Director of the Chinese Language Program and Director of Graduate Studies for the Master of Arts Program in Teaching Chinese Language and Culture
Matthew Fraleigh, Chair of the Comparative Literature and Culture Program
Classical and modern Japanese literature and language. Cultural and literary exchange between China and Japan. Literature and travel.
Hisae Fujiwara, Director and Undergraduate Advising Head for the Japanese Language Program
Lecturer in Korean.
Lecturer in Chinese.
Robin Feuer Miller
Dostoevsky and Tolstoy. Nineteenth-century Russian literature and comparative literature. The novel. Reader-response criticism.
Lecturer in Japanese.
Kathrin Seidl, Undergraduate Advising Head for German Studies and Director of the German Language Program
German language and literature. German literature in its South American reception.
South Asian studies. Comparative literature. Postcolonial theory and studies.
Sabine von Mering
Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century German literature. German women writers. Feminist theory. Language pedagogy. Drama.
Lecturer in Chinese.
Lecturer in Russian.
Affiliated Faculty (contributing to the curriculum, advising and administration of the department or program)
ChaeRan Freeze (Near Eastern and Judaic Studies)
Gregory Freeze (History)
Eugene Sheppard (Near Eastern and Judaic Studies)
Govind Sreenivasan (History)
Aida Yuen Wong (Fine Arts)
Bernard Yack (Politics)