Department Chair
Kamaal Haque
Associate Professor of German (2008).
Bosler Hall Room 6M
haquek@dickinson.edu
(717) 245-1283
Department Faculty
Sarah McGaughey
Associate Professor of German (2007).
Bosler Hall Room 114
(717) 245-1279 | mcgaughs@dickinson.edu
B.A., Smith College, 1997; M.A., Washington University-St. Louis, 1999; Ph.D., 2005.

I am a scholar of modernist studies, particularly of the region of Central Europe and of the relationship between literature and architecture as a means of understanding modernism and modernity. My recent book, Ornament as Crisis: Architecutre, Design, and Modernity in Hermann Broch's "The Sleepwalkers", was published with Northwestern UP (2016). I have developed courses on German cultural history of the environment (German Environments) and modern architectural history of Germany. In addition to the teaching of the German language, I also teach topics, such as the Faust legend, pop literature, and performance.
Kamaal Haque
Associate Professor of German (2008).
Bosler Hall Room 6M
(717) 245-1283 | haquek@dickinson.edu
B.A., Drew University, 1997; M.A., Washington University in St. Louis, 2000; Ph.D., 2006.

His research interests include German film, the literature and culture of the German-speaking Alps, and the influence of the Middle East in German culture. He has published on such diverse topics as the German mountain film, the poetry of Goethe, and Muslim minorities in Germany today. In addition to courses at all levels of German language and culture, he has taught recent courses such as The Mountain in the German Cultural Imagination, Minority Cultures in the German Context and Modern German Film.
Antje Pfannkuchen
Assistant Professor of German (2009).
Bosler Hall Room 11M
(717) 254-8151 | pfannkua@dickinson.edu
M.A., FU Berlin, 2000; M.P.S., New York University, 2002; Ph.D., 2010.

Antje Pfannkuchen is a researcher in German media studies and cultural history. Her work is concerned with relationships of media-technology, science, literature and art. She has published on German Enlightenment poet and scientist Georg Christoph Lichtenberg as well as on Ezra Pound's interests in 19th century German science. Her current book project investigates the conditions and correlations of Romanticism and the invention of photography. Courses she has been and will be teaching include German Media Studies, German Film, German Stories - classical and digital, the Culture of the two Germanies, German Romanticism, German-Jewish Culture and all levels of German language.
Anna E. Hudson
Visiting Instructor in French and German (2005).
Bosler Hall Room 13M
(717) 245-1045 | hudsona@dickinson.edu
B.A., Millersville University, 1976; M.A., Westminster Theological Seminary, 1978; M.A., University of California at Santa Barbara, 1987 .

Her interest is bringing the Francophone and German speaking worlds to the beginning levels of the classroom. Her specialty in second language acquisition is teaching not only how to communicate in both languages, but to also make connections and comparisons between our culture and the various communities of those worlds, so that the students will one day be able to use their target language globally.
Janine Ludwig
Academic Director of the Durden Dickinson Program in Bremen, Germany (2015).

(717) 254-8103 | ludwigj@dickinson.edu



Emeriti Faculty
Beverley Driver Eddy
Professor Emerita
eddyb@dickinson.edu

Wolfgang Müller
Professor Emeritus of German (1981-2009)
muller@dickinson.edu

Editor, on-line scholarly journal "Glossen"
Gisela Roethke
Associate Professor of German and Women's Studies, Emerita
717-245-2360 (Home) | roethke@dickinson.edu

Dieter Rollfinke
Emeritus
rollfink@dickinson.edu