Faculty who are teaching courses in the Jewish Studies Program are designated by *
Executive Committee Members for the Jewish Studies Program are designated by **
Polly Zavadivker *
Director, Frank and Yetta Chaiken Center for Jewish Studies
Assistant Professor, History
firstname.lastname@example.org (302) 831-6467
Polly Zavadivker specializes in Modern Jewish History and teaches courses on the Holocaust, antisemitism, and modern Jewish history.
Peter Cole * **
Professor, Linguistics Department
46 East Delaware Avenue
email@example.com (302) 831-6806
Peter Cole is the co-author and series editor of the Hebrew textbook series "Israeli Hebrew for Speakers of English." He is also the author of many scholarly articles on the syntax of Modern Hebrew, as well as works on a variety of other languages. Professor Cole has had numerous grants from the Hebrew Culture Foundation and many published articles on the Hebrew language.
Diane Isaacs *
Adjunct Professor, English Department
212 Memorial Hall
Diane Isaacs specializes in Holocaust and WWII studies as well as African American literature, memoir and literature by and about women.
Micah Becker Klein*
Adjunct Professor, Temple Beth El
301 Possum Park Rd.
firstname.lastname@example.org (302) 366-8330
Micah Becker-Klein teaches the History of Jewish Music
Eynat Gutman* **
Assistant Professor, Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures
308 Jastak-Burgess Hall
email@example.com (302) 831-3393
Eynat Gutman teaches all levels of Hebrew and is especially interested in language for communication. In addition, she teaches Israeli film, history and literature.
James Brophy * **
Francis H. Squire Professor of History, Department of History
210 Munroe Hall
firstname.lastname@example.org (302) 831-0795
James Brophy specializes in nineteenth-century German history and teaches courses in modern Europe, nationalism, and the Holocaust.
Rebecca Davis * **
Associate Professor, Department of History
207 Munroe Hall
email@example.com (302) 831-6148
Rebecca Davis teaches courses that cover immigration, ethnicity, and religion in the United States, including the history of American Jews.
Mark Miller *
Emma Smith Morris Professor, Political Science & Int Relations
466 Smith Hall
firstname.lastname@example.org (302) 831-1926
Mark Miller teaches courses that specialize in international migration studies, comparative politics and European politics.
George Miller *
Professor, Department of English
114 Memorial Hall
email@example.com (302) 831-1972
George Miller teaches Biblical and Classical Literature.
Adjunct Professor, Chabad Center for Jewish Life
262 S. College Avenue
Rabbi@udel.edu (302) 465-5032
Eliezer Sneiderman teaches Introduction to Jewish Philosophy.
Supplemental Faculty, Department of History
firstname.lastname@example.org (302) 831-2379
Marian Palley **
Professor, Political Science and International Relations Department
460 Smith Hall
email@example.com (302) 831-1938
Professor, Theatre Department
413 Academy Street
firstname.lastname@example.org (302) 831-6584
Leslie Reidel teaches courses in theatre from a Jewish perspective.
Professor, Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures
255 Jastak-Burgess Hall
email@example.com (302) 831-6880
Bruno Thibault teaches 20th Century Jewish/French Literature.
Professor, Political Science & International Relations Department
465 Smith Hall
firstname.lastname@example.org (302) 831-1941
Stuart Kaufman specializes in ethnic conflict, international security affairs and international relations theory.
Professor, Philosophy Department
15 Kent Way
email@example.com (302) 831-1173
Alan Fox teaches world religions.
Distinguished Professor, Department of History
223 Munroe Hall
firstname.lastname@example.org (302) 831-4544
Rudi Matthee teaches Islam and the West: History of Mutual Perceptions.