Professor Kudszus studied literature, philosophy, and psychology at the Universities of Zurich, Freiburg, and Munich. Ph.D. Berkeley, 1968. Following an appointment as Assistant Professor at Stanford, Kudszus joined the Berkeley faculty in 1968. He has been a visiting and a research professor at universities both in the U.S. and in Germany, and in a number of disciplines and interdisciplinary programs: Cornell (Society for the Humanities); Tübingen (German); Mainz (Research Professor at the Institute of Psychiatry); Frankfurt/Main (Sociology/Psychoanalysis). Guggenheim Fellow in 1984. Professor Kudszus' publications explore questions and interrelationships of literature, psychology, philosophy, semiotics, culture, and psychoanalysis.
Research Expertise and Interest
psychoanalysis, semiotics, culture, literature, philosophy, psychology