London, Ontario

Melitta Adamson is a Professor of German and Comparative Literature. Her research interests include: Medieval German Literature, Classical and Medieval Medicine, Fin-de-Siècle Vienna, Hildegard von Bingen. She published: "Gula, Temperantia, and the Ars Cu ...
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ARNDT, Christiane

Kingston, Ontario

Christiane Arndt is an Assistant Professor of German at Queen's University. Her research interests include: 19 th century literature and culture, Photography (and/in literature.She published: “On the Transgression of Frames in Theodor Storm's Novella Aqui ...
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UniversityQueen's University

St. Catharines, Ontario

Diane Bielicki is an Assistant Professor of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Brock University. Her research interests include: Günther Eich, German poet and writer, the art and literature of Germany and Austria in the first half of the twenti ...
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UniversityBrock University

London, Ontario

Janelle Blankenship is an Assistant Professor of German and Comparative Literature. Her research interests include: 19th-20th Century German Literature, Modernism, European Film and the Avant-Garde. She published recently: "Liste für gebrauchte Films zum ...
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BOEHRINGER, Michael

Waterloo, Ontario

Michael Boehringer is an associate professor of German at University of Waterloo. His research interests range from German and Austrian literature of the 19th and 20th century, narrative and gender theories, to teaching Business German both through techno ...
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Vancouver, British Columbia

Cedric BOLZ is a Sessional Lecturer at the History Department at the Kwantlen Polytechnic University. His research interests include 19th and 20th Century German history. He teaches course on Europe Since 1950 and Modern War & Society. Modern German His ...
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BORAN Erol M

Toronto, Ontario

Erol Boran interests are contemporary German literature and culture, in particular minority studies and Turkish-German theatre. Additional areas of interest are drama in education and student theatre productions. MA from the University of Würzburg in 1996 ...
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Sherbrooke, Quebec

Sophie Boyer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Modern Languages at Bishop's University. Her research interests include: 19th century German and French literature and cultural history, literary theory, art history and film studies. She publish ...
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BUFFINGA, John O.

St. John's, Newfoundland

John Buffinga is Associate Professor at the German and Russian Department at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Dr. Buffinga's research interests are: German Film and Literature in the twentieth century. Further fields of specializations are: Expression ...
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COBLEY, Evelyn M.

Victoria, British Columbia

Evelyn Cobley is a Professor in the Department of English and a faculty participant in the CSPT program. Her research interests deal with theories of literature, culture, and ideology; comparative literature; cultural studies and 20th-century British and ...
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Montreal, Quebec

Cowan Michael is Assistant Professor at Department of German Studies. He has been a research felllow at the Studienstiftung des Abgeordnetenhauses von Berlin and at the Internationales Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaften (IFK) in Vienna. Before joining ...
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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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London, Ontario

David Darby is an Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Literature. His research interests include: Modern German and Austrian Literature, Nineteenth-Century and Twentieth-Century Fiction, Elias Canetti. He published: Structures of Disintegration: N ...
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Divay, Gaby

Winnipeg, Manitoba

Gaby Divay is an Academic Librarian and Adjunct Professor at the University of Manitoba. Her research interests include: Montaigne, Renaissance Studies, & Skepticism ; History of Ideas ; Literary Reception via Translation ; ca. 1900 German & European Lite ...
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ESLEBEN, Joerg

Ottawa, Ontario

Joerg Esleben is Assistant Professor at the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. He teaches in the field of German and Intercultural Studies His research interests include the works of Georg Forster (1754-1794), the cultural relations between G ...
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Camrose, Alberta

Kim Fordham is an Associate Professor of German at the University of Alberta. She teaches language, literature and women's studies courses. She is currently working on publications on Heinrich von Kleist for the North American Studies in Nineteenth-Centur ...
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GUSE, Anette

Fredericton, New Brunswick

Anette Guse is an Assistant Professor of German at the University of New Brunswick. Her research interests include: 18th and 20th-Century German Literature and Culture, German Language Acquisition, Music-Theatre, Opera, Performing Arts.

HALLENSLEBEN, Markus

Vancouver, British Columbia

Markus Hallensleben is assistant professor and undergraduate advisor at the Department of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies since 2004. His research interests include 19th to 21st Century Austrian and German Literature, 20th Century Avant-Gar ...
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Heizmann,  Jürgen

Montreal, Quebec

Jürgen Heizmann (PhD Montréal) is a Full Professor for German Studies and is responsible for coordinating undergraduate German programs in the Département de littératures et de langues modernes à l’Université de Montréal. His research interests relate to: ...
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HENN, Marianne

Edmonton, Alberta

Marianne Henn is Professor and Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, Modern Languages and Cultural Studies Dr. Henn's areas of specialization are: Eighteenth-Twentieth Century German and Austrian Literature, Age of Goethe, Women Writers of the Eightee ...
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HERRMANN, Elisabeth

Edmonton, Alberta

Elisabeth Herrmann (PhD and Habilitation University of Freiburg) is DAAD Associate Professor (July 2006 - June 2011) in German and Scandinavian Literature and Culture in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies at the University of Alberta. ...
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Victoria

Thomas Heyd is particularly interested in research links with colleagues who are working on diverse aspects of the cultural dimensions of human responses to climate change. General research areas: Environmental philosophy, aesthetics (contemporary art and ...
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HOENLE, Sandra

Calgary, Alberta

Sandra Hoenle is an Instructor of German at the University of Calgary. Her research interests include: Early 20th century Germany and Language pedagogy, analysing cultural expressions of women's war experience and curriculum development, with an emphasis ...
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HOLZSCHUH, Monica

Kingston, Ontario

Monika Holzschuh Sator (PhD Queen's) is Adjunct Assistant Professor at Queen's University. Her area of Specialization is Business German, Language Teaching German Romanticism and 19th century literature.

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INGRAM, Susan

Toronto, Ontario

Susan Ingram is an Assistant Professor, Division of Humanities, York University and Coordinator, European Studies Program. She teaches on Romanticism and its Legacy and on Berlin: Literature and Culture.

UniversityYork University
JOHN, David G.

Waterloo, Ontario

David John (PhD Toronto) is Professor of German at the University of Waterloo and is former Director (2004-2009) and now Founding Director of Waterloo Centre for German Studies. His research interests relate to enlightenment and classical periods of Germa ...
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LORNSEN, Thomas

Fredericton, New Brunswick

Thomas Lornsen (PhD Mcgill) is Assistant Professor of German and Faculty Member in the Department for Culture and Language Studies at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton. His areas of research interest and specialization include: 20th Century Ger ...
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MCISAAC, Peter

Toronto, Ontario

Peter M. McIsaac is Director of the Candian Centre for German and European Studies and Assistant Professor of German Studies in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics at York University. His research focuses on modern German literature a ...
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UniversityYork University

Vancouver, British Columbia

Edward Mornin has studied at universities in Scotland (Glasgow) and Germany (Munich, Tübingen and Cologne) and has his M.A. (in French, as well as German, 1961) and PhD (in German, 1969) from the University of Glasgow. After teaching English for a year at ...
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MOSER-VERREY, Monique

Montreal, Quebec

Professeure titulaire et directrice du département (Professor and Department Chair) Research and interests: Littérature européenne du XVIIIe siècle, poétique du roman, écriture des femmes. Littérature allemande, Roman et théâtre hispaniques, méthodes. Le ...
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MUELLER, Ruediger

Guelph, Ontario

Ruediger Mueller is specialized in German drama, particularly of the 19th and 20th centuries. His research interests include also the work of Arthur Schnitzler, Frank Wedekind, Ludwig Thoma and Ödön von Horváth. Recent Publications: Sex, Love and Prostitu ...
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NOYES, John

Toronto, Ontario

John Kenneth Noyes is a Professor of German at the University of Toronto. He is teaching on Late Enlightenment Literature and Philosophy, German Romanticism, German Colonial Discourse, Postcolonial theory, Contemporary German Literature and the Third Worl ...
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PAUSCH, Holger A.

Edmonton, Alberta

Professor Emeritus: German Literature and Culture Principal Teaching Areas: Literary and Cultural Theory; 18th and 20th Century German Literature and Culture; European Cultural History. Research Areas: Media Discourse Analysis; Enlightenment; Cultural Eco ...
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PETERS, Paul

Montreal, Quebec

Paul Peters is a Professor McGill University. His main research interest is Heinrich Heine, more specifically,·the aspects of Anti-Semitism and the German Heine reception, Heine's writings on Judaism and Jewry, and Heine's Poetry. Currently,·Paul Peters·a ...
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Cluster

Vancouver, British Columbia

Klaus Petersen was professor at the Department of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies. His fields of interest include modern German literature, Expressionism, literature and culture of the Weimar Republic, censorship in Germany and Canada. Pu ...
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PLUG, Jan

London, Ontario

Jan Plug (PhD, Comparative Literature, Buffalo) is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of English at the University of Western Ontario (UWO). His research interests are in English and German Romanticism, twentieth-century literature, 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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RUPRECHT, Hans-George

Ottawa, Ontario

Hans-Georg Ruprecht is Adjunct Research Professor at School of Linguistics and Applied Languages. His research interests are German and Romance Philology, Semiotic and Linguistic.

SALUMETS, Thomas

Vancouver, British Columbia

Thomas Salumets holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University (1985). He is a Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, past President of the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies (AABS), and co-editor (with Sander Gilman) of the novels of F. ...
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Halifax, Nova Scotia

Hans-Günther Schwarz (PhD McGill) is Professor and McCulloch Chair in German in the Department of German at Dalhousie University and also teaches at the University of Heidelberg. He specializes in the study of Art and Literature; Influence of Oriental Art ...
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Skidmore, James

Waterloo, Ontario

James Skidmore (PhD Princeton University) is Associate Professor of German Studies and Chair of the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies at the University of Waterloo. His research focuses on Ricarda Huch, 20th-century German Cultural History, Weimar ...
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Snook, Jean M.

St. John's, Newfoundland

Jean Snook has taught German at Memorial University since 1984, and has been editor of the CAUTG Bulletin and Directory since 1998. In 2009, she won the inaugural Austrian Cultural Forum Translation Prize for her translation of Gert Jonke’s Der ferne ...
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SPOKIENE, Diana

Toronto, Ontario

Diana Spokiene studied German literature, linguistics and sociology at the universities of Vilnius (Dipl.Phil.), New Brunswick (MA) and Alberta (PhD). Her research and teaching areas are modern German literature, gender and cultural production, inter/cult ...
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STENBERG, Peter A.

Vancouver, British Columbia

Peter Stenberg joined the Department of Germanic Studies at UBC at the completion of his graduate work, teaching courses in modern German literature (Romanticism to the present) with a special interest in works depicting the relationship between German an ...
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TAUBENECK, Steven

Vancouver, British Columbia

Steven Taubeneck received a PhD from the University of Virginia in 1988. His dissertation deals with the early (1900-1912) writings of Franz Kafka. He has since published several articles on Kafka, the latest dealing with In der Strafkolonie. From 1988-19 ...
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TAYLOR, Michael Thomas

Calgary, Alberta

Michael Thomas Taylor is an Assistant Professor of German at the University of Calgary. He published: “Überhaupt noch einmal lesen zu lernen: Emil Staiger und Martin Heidegger,” in Im Nachvollzug des Geschriebenseins: Theorie der Literatur nach 1945 (Würz ...
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TUMANOV, Vladimir

London, Ontario

Vladimir Tumanov is an Associate Professor and Undergraduate Chair, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at the University of Western Ontario. He has worked at Western since 1991. His research interests include: German, French and Russian Litera ...
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Wolfville, Nova Scotia

Thomas Voss is Assistant Professor of German Studies at the University of Acadia. His research interests focus on Modern German Literature.

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Warkentin, Erwin J.

St. John's, Newfoundland

Erwin Warkentin is Associate Professor and Head of the German and Russian Department. Dr. Warkentin is specialized in Post-War German Literature, German Thought and Culture, Religion and Literature, Information Control in Occupied Germany, Censorship and ...
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Webber, Mark

Toronto, Ontario

Mark Webber (AB Harvard; MPhil, PhD Yale) is Traeger des Bundesverdienstkreuzes 1. Klasse . His research interests include: metaphor, rhetoric, interculturality, memory (esp. stereotyping, Holocaust) and Kafka

UniversityYork University
WHITINGER, Raleigh G.

Edmonton, Alberta

Raleigh G. Whitinger (PhD UBC) is Professor of German in the Modern Languages and Cultural Studies Program in the Faculty of Arts, and is also Associate Dean of Arts for Student Programs, at the University of Alberta. Furthermore, he is editor of Seminar, ...
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Wolfville, Nova Scotia

Uwe Wilhelm is Assistant Professor of German Studies at University of Acadia. His research interests focus on Modern German Literature.

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ZILCOSKY, John

Toronto, Ontario

John Zilcosky is Chair, Associate Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the University of Toronto. He teaches and writes about German and European literature and culture from 1750 to the present—concentrating on modernism, exoticism, theories ...
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