People

Faculty

Professor Remmler in the CIruti Courtyard
Professor and Chair of German Studies, Professor and Chair of Gender Studies, Professor of Critical Social Thought

Karen Remmler’s interdisciplinary research and teaching in English and German focuses on the politics and culture of memory in the aftermath of atrocity and war in European and Asian 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.

413-538-3066
305 Shattuck Hall
Contact
W 10:30am - 12:30pm and by appointment

Joanna Caravita

Visiting Lecturer in Jewish Studies
413-538-2446
204 Skinner Hall
Contact
By appointment only
Adi Gordon

Adi Gordon

Five College Assistant Professor of History

Adi Gordon’s teaching interests include modern Intellectual and modern Jewish History. He researches modern Jewish and European intellectual histories with emphases on Central Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries, on the one hand, and on Zionism and the Yishuv (the Jewish society in Pre-48 Palestine) on the other. His research focuses on the intersection of Central European and Jewish history and ideas with other historical arenas and global transformations

413-538-2454
316 Skinner Hall
Contact
Thursday 12:30-2:00pm; Amherst College, 22 Chapin Hall, 9:00-11:00am; by appointment

Staff

Laurie Dion

Laurie L. Dion

Office Assistant
413-538-2249
205 Skinner Hall
Contact
M - F 8:00am - 12:00pm
Natalina Tulik

Natalina Tulik

Academic Department Coordinator

Natalina Tulik is the Academic Department Coordinator for Philosophy, Religion and Jewish Studies.  She manages the budget, purchasing, online course catalog submissions, events, award applications, and all the daily needs of faculty and majors. She has been on campus since 1999. 

413-538-2249
205 Skinner Hall
Contact
M-F 8:30am - 3:00pm

Emeriti

Professor Emeritus of Jewish Studies
N/A
315 Skinner Hall
Contact
By appointment only