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Prof. Fatima Naqvi's latest work on Michael Haneke has been published

Prof. Fatima Naqvi's interview with director  Michael Haneke was published in Cineaste (Winter 2017); an interview book with Haneke, edited with Roy Grundmann (Boston University), will appear in Fall 2018.

Professor Michael Levine's new book, Atomzertrümmerung, will be published in Spring 2018

Congratulations to Professor Michael Levine on the publication of his latest book, Atomzertrümmerung: Zu Einem Gedicht von Paul Celan, forthcoming in spring 2018. Click here to read more!

Prof. Bernhard Dotzler (Universität Regensburg) is joining us in spring 2018 as our Distinguished Craig Visiting Professor

Prof. Bernhard Dotzler will join us in Spring 2018 as the Charlotte M. Craig Distinguished Visiting Professor. He will teach a graduate seminar on Exploring 1968 (16:470:670) and an undergraduate course in Film After Benjamin (01:470:390). Click here to learn more about Prof. Dotzler and the Craig Professorship.

Dr. Michael Speier joined us in Fall 2017 as the Craig-Kade Scholar

Prof. Dr. Michael Speier joined us this fall as our Max Kade Scholar in Residence / Charlotte M. Craig Research Scholar. His graduate seminar devoted itself to new "Dunkles zu sagen" - Ingeborg Bachmann, Paul Celan (470:672:01). Click here to read more about Dr. Speier and the Craig-Kade program.

German Major wins Henry Rutgers Scholar Award!

Congratulations to Shelby McMullan, who has been awarded the Henry Rutgers Scholar Award for her thesis "Fantasies of Fear: Male Hysteria and Media Technology from E.T.A. Hoffman to David Lynch", advised by Professor Nicola Behrmann.

The Henry Rutgers Scholar Award recognizes graduating seniors who have competed outstanding independent research projects leading to a thesis in their major field of study or an interdisciplinary thesis.