Strzelczyk, Florentine

Florentine Strzelczyk is Associate Professor of German, Director of the  Language Research Centre at the University of Calgary and the president of the CAUTG Canadian Association for University Teachers of German. Her reserach focuses on theb 20th century German culture. Florentine  worked on the controversial concept of Heimat (home, birthplace, nation, fatherland) in contemporary German literature and film and published on contemporary German authors. In the last few years her work has concentrated on film and culture in the Third Reich. In addition she is  presently developing a website for teachers of German in Alberta which presents texts and materials relating to the topic of memory and remembrance (of the Third Reich) in contemporary Germany. Her most recent, SSHRC-funded, project is about the afterlife of Nazism on North American movie screen. Her latest book publication is: Albrecht, Ruth, Bühler Dietrich, Annette and Strzelczyk, Florentine. Glaube und Geschlecht: Fromme Frauen - Spirituelle Erfahrungen - Religiöse Traditionen Böhlau (2008).

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Department of Germanic, Slavic and East Asian Studies, 2940 University Way N.W, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2N 1N4
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