City:Vancouver

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
PAILER, Gaby

Vancouver, British Columbia

Gaby Pailer joined the Department of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies in 2001 leaving a position at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Research and teaching focus on concepts of gender, identity, and intertextuality in literature. Her doc ...
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Category:Gender Studies
MENKIS, Richard

Vancouver, British Columbia

Richard MENKIS is an Associate Professor at Department of Classical, Near Eastern, and Religious Studies at the University of British Columbia. His research interests include: social and economic history of Jews in France, History of Antisemitism in Ca ...
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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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Category:Modern
RIEGER, Caroline

Vancouver, British Columbia

CAROLINE L. RIEGER studied Communications, German Literature, and Philosophy at the Universität Essen in Germany. After completing her M.A. in 1992, she worked as a PR consultant in Düsseldorf, Germany. In 1996 she came to Canada and was accepted as a doc ...
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CONWAY, John

Vancouver, British Columbia

John S. Conway (born 1929) is Professor Emeritus of History at the University of British Columbia. He has specialized in the role of the German churches and the Vatican during the Third Reich, and on Christian-Jewish relations during the 20th century. He ...
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EMING, Jutta

Vancouver, British Columbia

Jutta Eming joined the Department of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies in the Fall of 2007. She is a medievalist and early modernist, with a strong interest in theory and interdisciplinary work. Her research and teaching focuses on German and ...
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Category:Medieval