University:University of British Columbia

WINTHROP-YOUNG, Geoffrey

Vancouver, British Columbia

Research interests Posthumanism and cultural evolution; theories of media, materialities of communication and/or memory; biological models of social change; secret societies and conspiracy theories; cultural studies with emphasis on technology and media h ...
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GOETZ-STANKIEWICZ, Marketa

Category:Contemporary

GOETZ-STANKIEWICZ, Marketa

Category:Literature

SPRETER VON KREUDENSTEIN  , Christine

Category:Contemporary

FRIEDRICHS, Christopher

Category:History
HUEBNER, Kurt

Vancouver, British Columbia

Currently, Kurt Huebner is a full professor at the Institute for European Studies at The University of British Columbia. He is a trained economist who spent much of his time at the Otto Suhr Institute of the Free University of Berlin. Early on he dea ...
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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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Category:Modern
ELLERMANN, Antje

Vancouver, Bristish Columbia

Antje Ellermann (Ph.D. Brandeis, 2005) specializes in comparative politics and comparative public policy, with a regional focus on Europe and North America. Her dissertation research, which was funded by a U.S. Social Science Research Council Internationa ...
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GLASSHEIM, Eagle

Vancouver, British Columbia

Interests History of East/Central Europe; The Habsburgs; modern Germany; environmental history. Columbia University, New York, NY * Ph.D. in history, August 2000. Dissertation: "Crafting a Post-Imperial Identity: Nobles and Nationality Politics in Czechos ...
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WILTSCHKO, Martina

Vancouver, British Columbia

Martina Wiltschko (PhD Vienna) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of British Columbia. Her research interests comprise: Syntax, syntax-semantics interface, syntax-morphology, German, Halkomelem (Salish), and Black ...
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SCHADE, Silke

Vancouver, British Columbia

Silke Schade received her education at Smith College (B.A., Gender Studies and German Studies, 1997) and the University of Cincinnati (M.A., Ph.D., German Studies, 2007). Before joining the department, she taught at Colby College, the German School at Mid ...
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Category:Contemporary
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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Category:Contemporary

Vancouver, British Columbia

Norma Wieland has been a member of the department since 1976. She is a founding member of the Centre of Intercultural Language Studies where she was in charge of Teaching and Learning Enhancement. A former president of the UBC Faculty Association, she is ...
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Category:Weimar Republic

Category:Modern
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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Category:Modern
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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Category:Modern

Vancouver, British Columbia

Karl A. Zaenker, Associate Professor, received his Staatsexamen I and II in Germany (Freiburg, Göttingen, Hannover) before completing his PhD at the University of British Columbia in 1974 (Supervisor: Michael S. Batts). His primary area of teaching and re ...
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Category:Medieval