The following list of faculty members shows some of the ways in which their teaching interests enhance the campus’s offerings in the area of European Studies. It is by no means exhaustive. Many of them contribute via their teaching in other ways as well.


  • Shanyn Fiske (the Victorian period)
  • Chris Fitter (Shakespeare and his contemporaries)
  • M. A. Rafey Habib (twentieth-century poetry; the history of literary criticism)
  • Ellen Ledoux (eighteenth century and Romantic literature)
  • Howard Marchitello (early modern literature in English) 
  • Timothy Martin (twentieth-century fiction) & Director, Rutgers-Camden International Studies
  • Geoffrey Sill (the eighteenth century)
  • Richard Epstein (comparative linguistics, French linguistics)

Fine Arts

Foreign Languages


Philosophy and Religion

  • Stuart Z. Charmé (Judaism and the Holocaust)

Political Science