German Faculty

Geoffrey Atherton, Associate Professor of German Studies, Chair of the German Department Geoffrey Atherton, Associate Professor of German Studies, Chair of the German Department

Geoffrey Atherton, Associate Professor of German Studies, Chair of the German Department
Literature and culture of 18th century Germany • Modernism • City of Berlin and memory

Suzuko Knott, Assistant Professor of German Suzuko Knott, Assistant Professor of German

Suzuko Knott, Assistant Professor of German
Contemporary German language and literature • Film and media studies • Gender and women's studies

Karolin Machtans, Assistant Professor of German Studies Karolin Machtans, Assistant Professor of German Studies

Karolin Machtans, Assistant Professor of German Studies  (On sabbatical Spring 2015)
20th and 21st century German literature and film, with a special focus on post-1945 German history and culture, minorities and transnationalism • Representations of the Holocaust • Gender studies • Memory studies • Translation studies • Interdisciplinary approaches to environmentalism and urban space

Associated Faculty

Marc Forster, Henry B. Plant Professor of History, Director of the Toor Cummings Center for International Studies and the Liberal Arts (CISLA)

Marc Forster, Henry B. Plant Professor of History, Director of the Toor Cummings Center for International Studies and the Liberal Arts (CISLA)
Early modern Germany (1500-1800) • German Catholicism, popular religion and popular culture, rural society

Retired Faculty

Geoffrey Atherton, Associate Professor of German Studies, Chair of the German Department

Geoffrey Atherton, Associate Professor of German Studies, Chair of the German Department
Literature and culture of 18th century Germany • Modernism • City of Berlin and memory

Suzuko Knott, Assistant Professor of German

Suzuko Knott, Assistant Professor of German
Contemporary German language and literature • Film and media studies • Gender and women's studies

Karolin Machtans, Assistant Professor of German Studies

Karolin Machtans, Assistant Professor of German Studies  (On sabbatical Spring 2015)
20th and 21st century German literature and film, with a special focus on post-1945 German history and culture, minorities and transnationalism • Representations of the Holocaust • Gender studies • Memory studies • Translation studies • Interdisciplinary approaches to environmentalism and urban space

Contact Information:

Phone:
860-439-2292

Email gath@conncoll.edu

German Studies Department
Connecticut College
270 Mohegan Ave
New London, CT 06320