Country:Canada

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.

Category:Modern
UniversityYork University
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
AULLS, Katharina

Sherbrooke, Quebec

Katharina Aulls has been teaching German language, culture and literature over a 20 year period, first at McGill, where she received her PhD, at Concordia University where she taught in their German Summer School at Kassel, Germany, at the University of M ...
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Regina, Saskatchewan

Michael Zimmermann (PhD Waterloo) is an instructor of German in the Department of International Languages. His reserach interests are the modern German novel, German film, German as a heritage language, and language pedagogy.

MUELLER, Gabriele

Toronto, Ontario

Gabriele Müller is a Professor of German Studies at York University. Her research and teaching interests include contemporary German cinema and literature, film history, German cultural studies.

Category:Contemporary
UniversityYork University
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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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.

Category:Literary Theory

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

Category:Contemporary
MCDOUGALL, Alan

Guelph, Ontario

Research Interests: "In Soviet-occupied East Germany during the mid-late forties, a remarkable transition took place. Hundreds of thousands of young Germans, who had previously been members of the Nazi youth organizations, the Hitler Youth (HJ) and the Le ...
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BODEMANN, Michal

Toronto, Ontario

Michal Bodemann is professor of sociology and is affiliated with the Joint Initiative of German and European Studies at the University of Toronto. His areas of interest and teaching include race and ethnic relations, classical sociological theory, qualita ...
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Ottawa, Ontario

Gillian Bose is German Coordinator and German Instructor (Level III) in the School of Linguistics and Language Studies at Carleton University.

Ottawa, Ontario

Ulrike Tallowitz is a German Language Instructor Coordinator. She obtained his M.A. from the University of Cologne, Germany.

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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Wolfville, Nova Scotia

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

Category:Modern
UniversityAcadia University

Montreal, Quebec

Professeur titulaire (Professor) Spécialiste de l’histoire de l’Allemagne contemporaine, avec un intérêt particulier pour l’histoire des relations internationales et des études stratégiques. Publications (séléction) « Le révisionnisme allemand et les puis ...
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Ottawa, Ontario

Associate Professor Research Interests: Contemporary political theory; History of political thought; Ideology and politics of Conservatism and the "Right"; Kant, Nietzsche; International Relations Theory; Role of humiliation in global relations.

KITCHEN, Martin

Burnaby, Ontario

Martin Kitchen is an Emeritus Professor of History at Simon Fraser University. He published: “The German Offensives of 1918”, (Tempus, Stoud, 2001) edited by Professor Hew Strachan, “Nazi Germany at War”, London: Longmans, 1994.

Category:World War I
KOPSTEIN, Jeffrey

Toronto

Jeffrey S. Kopstein is Professor of Political Science and Director, Centre for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies at the University of Toronto. In 1997 he published "The Politics of Economic Decline in East Germany 1945-1989", (Chapel Hill and London ...
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