Alice Kuzniar has been a professor at the University of Waterloo since 2008. Her research interests include German cinema, Romanticism and queer studies. Recent publications: Forthcoming, "The Post-Pop Hauntings of Bjørn Melhus." After the Avant-Garde. Ed. Randall Halle and Reinhild Steingröver. Camden House. 2007, “It’s not often that I want a man”: Reading for a Queer Marlene.” Dietrich Icon, ed. Gerd Gemünden and Mary Desjardins. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 239-58. 2007, The Queer German Cinema, Stanford University Press. 1996, Editor, Outing Goethe and His Age, Stanford University Press. 1987, Delayed Endings: Nonclusure in Novalis and Holderlin, University of Georgia Press.

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Alice Kuzniar has published in animal studies, most notably, MELANCHOLIA'S DOG: REFLECTIONS ON OUR ANIMAL KINSHIP (U of Chicago P, 2006). She is currently working on a book on Romanticism and the birth of homeopathy.