Brigid Doherty, Associate Professor
223 East Pyne
T. (609) 258-7258
E. bdoherty@princeton.edu
Office Hours: We dnesday10:00am-11:30am, and by appointment. Please Sign Up Using WASS
Brigid Doherty holds a joint appointment in German and Art & Archaeology and is an Associated Faculty member in the School of Architecture….More Info

Devin Fore, Professor
221 East Pyne
T. (609) 258-4146
E. dfore@princeton.edu
Office Hours: By Appointment only. Please Sign Up Using WASS
Devin Fore works on German and Soviet modernism with a special emphasis on media-theoretical approaches to literature and the visual arts…More info

Michael Jennings, Professor
209 East Pyne
T. (609) 258-4133
E. jennings@princeton.edu
Office Hours: Wednesdays 10:00am – 12:00pm
Michael Jennings focuses his teaching and research on European culture in the twentieth century. In addition to literature, he teaches on topics in cultural theory and the visual arts, with special emphasis on photography…More info

Joel B. Lande, Assistant Professor
217 East Pyne
T. (609) 258-6195
E. lande@princeton.edu
Office Hours: Thursday 3:00PM-4:30PM
Joel Lande joined the German Department in 2014 as Assistant Professor. After receiving his PhD in 2011 from University of Chicago,…More info

Thomas Y. Levin, Associate Professor
210 East Pyne
T. (609) 258-1384
E. tylevin@princeton.edu
Office Hours: Wednesdays 2pm – 4pm Please Sign Up Using WASS
Thomas Levin joined the faculty at Princeton in 1990 following graduate study in art history and philosophy at Yale University and after a year in Los Angeles as a fellow at the J. Paul Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities…More info

Ute Mehnert, Lecturer
213 East Pyne
T. (609) 258-6149
E. umehnert@princeton.edu
Office Hours: Thursdays, 12:30pm – 2:00pm (and by appointment)
Ute Mehnert is a historian and journalist who has been teaching European history as a lecturer for PIIRS since 2013. She received her Ph.D. from…More info

nagel-164-197Barbara Nagel, Assistant Professor
214 East Pyne
T. (609) 258-4144
E. bnagel@princeton.edu
Office Hours: By Appointment Only. Please Sign Up Using WASS
Barbara Natalie Nagel focuses on how language works in relation to violence, as well as on the comical side effects of this linkage. Her research and teaching interests include the fields of rhetoric, theology, law, psychoanalysis, gender and sexuality, with a historical focus on the Baroque, literature around 1800, and Realism…More info

Claus Pias, Visiting Professor
218 East Pyne
T. (609) 258-4162
E. cpias@princeton.edu
Office Hours: Tuesdays, 10:00am-11:30am and by Appointment
Prof. Claus Pias, one of the leading figures in the field of German Media Theory, will be a Visiting Professor in the German Department in the Spring Semester 2017

Sara S. Poor, Associate Professor
211 East Pyne
T. (609) 258-7980
E. spoor@princeton.edu
Office Hours: Wednesdays 3:15pm-4:15pm Please check WASS for additional times
Sara S. Poor, Associate Professor and Director of the Program in Medieval Studies, received her PhD from Duke University’s Graduate Program in Literature in 1994…More info

Sarah Pourciau, Assistant Professor
213 East Pyne
T. (609) 258-6149
E. pourciau@princeton.edu
Office Hours: On Leave Academic Year
Sarah Pourciau received her PhD in German from Princeton University in 2007; she also has an MA in Jewish Studies from the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York…More info

Jamie Rankin, Senior Lecturer
East Pyne 011
T. (609) 258-4135
E. jrankin@princeton.edu
Office Hours: Monday & Tuesday, 2:00pm-3:00pm
Jamie Rankin is coordinator of language teaching and pedagogy and has been a senior lecturer in the department since 1991…More info

Nikolaus Wegmann, Professor
219 East Pyne
T. (609) 258-4145
E. nwegmann@princeton.edu
Office Hours: Wednesday, 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Nikolaus Wegmann, a Germanist and literary historian with a strong interest in media culture, received his intellectual training at Bielefeld, Cornell University, and Köln…More info