Thomas Buckley, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor and Chair of Modern and Classical Languages Department
Office: Bellarmine 311
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Buckley regularly teaches Beginning German (101-102), German Conversation and Composition (301-302), and upper-division courses on German literature and culture from the mid-eighteenth to the early twentieth century (From the Enlightenment to Realism, From Bismarck to Hitler: 1871-1945, Modernity in the Early Twentieth Century). In addition, he has taught Advanced German Conversation and Composition as well as a course on the fantastic in German literature.
German Poetic Realism (mid-nineteenth century)
Relations between Literature and Science
Modernity (early twentieth century)
Swiss-German authors, especially Gottfried Keller