Joshua Kavaloski, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of German, Director of German Studies, Assistant Director of the Center for Holocaust/Genocide Study
Phone: 973-408- 3549
Professor Kavaloski’s primary research examines the culture of modernism. His scholarly and teaching interests also include twentieth-century German literature, recent German cinema, and questions of high/low culture. He has published essays about novels by Thomas Mann, Franz Kafka, Jurek Becker, and Daniel Kehlmann, as well as about other non-literary media such as graphic novels and films.
Edye Lawler, Ph.D.
Professor of German
Professor Lawler, who retired in 2011, concentrates on nineteenth-century German literature, philosophy, and theology. She served for many years as Dean of Educational Services at Drew University.
Adjunct Instructor of German
Professor Emerita of German
Professor Smith, who retired in 2008, is interested in eighteenth- and twentieth-century German literature, German civilization and culture, and teaching methodologies.