People

Faculty

Karen Remmler

Mary Lyon Professor of Humanities; Chair of German Studies and Film Media Theater

Karen Remmler’s interdisciplinary research and teaching in English and German focuses on the politics and cultures of memory in the aftermath of atrocity and war in European and transnational contexts; German literature, film, and sites of memory within transnational contexts; 19th century critical social thought through the lens of contemporary social critics; and the interrelationship between national processes of transitional justice and the work of memory in films by the descendants of genocide survivors and perpetrators in non-western contexts.

Karen Remmler

Katy McNally

Visiting Lecturer in German Studies

Katy McNally received her Ph.D. in German Studies from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2020. Her research focuses on memory and trauma studies in postwar, contemporary and transnational German literature. 

Katy McNally

Staff

Dominique Rampton

Academic Department Coordinator

Dominique Rampton is the Academic Department Coordinator for Economics, EOS, German Studies and Russian and Eurasian Studies. She has a background in museum and environmental education and the archaeology of the western United States, and enjoys keeping chickens and experimenting with permaculture in the Hilltowns.

Dominique Rampton