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Russell Berman

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Building 260, Room 201
Phone: 650 723 1069
berman@stanford.edu

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Monday 4:30-5:30pm and by appointment

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19th century

Russell Berman

Walter A. Haas Professor in the Humanities
Professor of Comparative Literature and German Studies
Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution
Gregory Amadon Family University Fellow in Undergraduate Education
Chair of Graduate Studies, German Studies
 

 

Professor Berman joined the Stanford faculty in 1979. In 1982-83 he was a Mellon Faculty Fellow in the Humanities at Harvard, and in 1988-89 he held an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship in Berlin. In 1997 he was awarded the Bundesverdienstkreuz of the Federal Republic of Germany. Professor Berman is the editor of the journal Telos.

Education

1979: Ph.D., Washington University, St. Louis
1972: B.A., Harvard University

COURSES

COMPLIT 194 Independent Research
COMPLIT 37Q Zionism and the Novel (JEWISHST 37Q)
COMPLIT 399 Individual Work
COMPLIT 802 TGR Dissertation
DLCL 189B Honors Thesis Seminar
DLCL 189C Honors Thesis Seminar
DLCL 199 Honors Thesis Oral Presentation
DLCL 220 Humanities Education
GERMAN 147 The Conservative Revolution (GERMAN 347)
GERMAN 199 Individual Work
GERMAN 231 German Literature (1700-1900) (GERMAN 331)
GERMAN 331 German Literature (1700-1900) (GERMAN 231)
GERMAN 347 The Conservative Revolution (GERMAN 147)
GERMAN 399 Individual Work
GERMAN 802 TGR Dissertation