Professor of German
Stephen Brockmann explores the relationship between literature and culture as it relates to German national identity. His research focuses on:
- German Studies, which combines the study of literature with history and politics.
- Nuremberg and how Germans have imagined it as a cultural and spiritual capital city.
- How German intellectuals and writers, in the immediate aftermath of World War II, confronted one of the most difficult complex problems: the complete defeat and devastation of Germany, the crimes of the Hitler dictatorship, the onset of the Cold War and the nation’s political divide.
- The literary consequences of Germany’s reunification.
Media Contact: Email Shilo Raube or call her at 412-268-6094
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