Raluca Cernahoschi

Associate Professor of German



Roger Williams Hall, Room 232

European Studies

Roger Williams Hall, Room 232



Raluca Cernahoschi is Associate Professor of German. She teaches courses in German and European Studies and specializes in 19th through 21st-century German and East-Central European literatures and cultures.

Professor Cernahoschi’s courses and scholarship often pursue questions of ethnic, class, gender, and generational experience and identity. Her teaching interests include German and East-Central European literature and film, the literatures and cultures of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, poetry, film adaptation, and literary geography.

Professor Cernahoschi was co-organizer of the International Poetry Festival and Conference Translations 2011: Cross-Cultural Awareness through Poetry.


Current Courses

Fall Semester 2019

EUS 457
Senior Thesis

FYS 297
The Idea of Europe

GER 201
Intermediate German Language and Culture I

GER 233
Advanced German Language and Culture I

GER 360
Independent Study

GER 457
Senior Thesis

Winter Semester 2020

EUS 458
Senior Thesis

GER 102
Introduction to German Language and Culture II

GER 358
Literature and Film of the German Democratic Republic