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Curran, Jane V.

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Jane V. Curran is Chair of the Department of German and Graduate Coordinator. Her research interests include: 18th-century German literature, the reception of antiquity and the history of the book. Recent publications: "Die schöne Seele: Wieland, Schiller ...
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Montreal, Quebec

Peter Daly is Professor emeritus at McGill University. His research interests include 16th and 17th century German and English literature, european emblematics, and lyric. Selected publications: (ed.) with Hans Walter Frischkopf, Trudis Goldsmith-Reber ...
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HOUSE, Michael

Toronto, Ontario

Michael House (PhD Princeton) is Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at the Jackman Humanities Institute and is cross-listed in the German Department, at the University of Toronto. In his dissertation, entitled: Grounding Fictions: Systematic Skepticism ...
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Ilgner, R.M.

St. John's, Newfoundland

Professor Ilgner's research interests are: History of ideas, Goethe, Goethe's concept of alterity, The Faust theme before and after Goethe, Literature of conscience, The Romantic chivalrous epic, The South German rococo and Literary images of nature.

JAEGER, Stephan

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Stephan Jaeger (PhD Bielefeld) is Associate Professor and Chair of Graduate Studies for the German and Slavic Studies Department at the University of Manitoba. Dr. Jaeger’s research interests include: German and comparative literature since 1750; Literary ...
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Pnevmonidou, Elena

Victoria, British Columbia

Elena Pnevmonidou completed her MA on Goehte's "Faust" and Hermann Hesse's "Steppenwolf" in 1994 at Queen's University. In 2004, she completed her dissertation on the novels of Early German Romantic writers Friedrich von Hardenberg (Novalis), Friedrich Hö ...
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Calgary, Alberta

Douglas Shantz is professor of Christian Thought at University of Calgary. PhD in Reformation History University of Waterloo in 1987. Research Description: German Pietism, early modern German autobiography, Pietist millennialism.

THOMAS, Christian

Wolfville, Nova Scotia

Christian Thomas is Assistant Professor at the University of Acadia. His research interests focus on 18th/19th century literature. Dr. Thomas published: “German Literature of the Nineteenth Century. 1832-1899. Camden House History of German Literature”, V ...
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UniversityAcadia University