Marion Hussong, Ph.D.

Professor of Literature and the Carol Rittner Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Ph.D., M.A., University of Pennsylvania
B.A., Rutgers, The State University

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arion Hussong earned a B.A. in German at Rutgers-Camden and a Ph.D. in Germanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pennsylvania. She has published extensively on German and Austrian literature and identity in the aftermath of the Holocaust, literature of resistance, and literature of exile.

Dr. Hussong is the associate producer of the documentary Drawing Against Oblivion (winner of eight international awards.) The film traces Austrian artist Manfred Bockelmann’s quest to memorialize children murdered in the Holocaust through large-scale charcoal-on-canvas portraits. Her forthcoming book Drawing against Oblivion: Remembering the Children (2018) traces the stories of previously unidentified children in the portrait series.

At Stockton, Marion Hussong teaches courses on Holocaust and post-Holocaust literature, on literary representations of genocide, children’s literature, 19th and 20th century European literature, and on art and propaganda.

Contact Information
Email Address: Marion.Hussong@stockton.edu
Office: G244b
Phone: 609-652-4554