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German Studies Dozenten

DAAD professors are German academics who teach at North American universities for up to five years in a wide variety of fields such as political science, history, anthropology and philosophy. Below you will find the list of current DAAD professors who, in addition to their academic work, are also available to speak about DAAD and its programs.

Research Interests: European Union, external democracy promotion, civil society, transnational social movements, concepts of democracy

Recent Experience: DAAD Visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Politics, York University, Toronto (current); Postdoctoral fellow at the Leibniz ScienceCampus “Eastern Europe – Global Area”, Leipzig (2019-2020); Research Associate at the Department of Politics, Magdeburg University (2019); DAAD Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow at York University, Toronto (2018-2019)

Recent Publications:  Latest Book: “Globalization, EU Democracy Assistance and the World Social Forum: Concepts and Practices of Democracy”. Cham: Palgrave MacMillan 2018; Selected Articles and Book Chapters: “Global Pandemic, Local Solidarity: Six Civic Initiatives from Leipzig, Germany” (mit Leon Rosa Reichle) in Culture, Practice and Europeanizaton 2021, 6(1), pp. 39-54; “Neoliberalism and European Democracy Promotion” in Immanuel Ness and Zak Cope (ed.): The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism. Cham: Springer International Publishing 2019, 1-23; “Occupied Space: Repräsentation, Partizipation und Demokratie in Occupy Wall Street” in Hubertus Buchstein (ed.): Die Versprechen der Demokratie. Baden-Baden: Nomos 2013, 249-67.

Host University: York University
Host Department: Department of Politics

Contact:
Department of Politics
York University
4700 Keele Street
Toronto ON, M3J 1P3
Canada
Tel.: (416) 736-5265
Fax: (416) 736-5686
Email: michaf@yorku.ca

Research Interests: Intermediality (Words and Music), Popular Culture, Music Aesthetics and History, Modern and Contemporary Literature, the Short-Story

Recent Experience: DAAD Visiting Professor at the Department of German, Nordic, Slavic and Dutch, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis (current); Assistant Professor in Cultural Studies at the University of Koblenz-Landau (2017-2022); Assistant Professor in Modern English Literature at Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf (2014-2017)

Recent Publications: Words, Music, and the Popular. Global Perspectives on Intermedial Relations. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave 2021 (co-edited with Susan Winnett); “Remix Aesthetics and the Musicalization of Sound in Matthew Herbert’s The Music (2018)” in Walter Bernhart and Werner Wolf (eds.): ‘Make It Old’: Retro Forms and Styles in Literature and Music. Amsterdam & Boston, MA: Brill/Rodopi 2022, 221-246; “Coherence and Counterpoint: Music in the Modern Short Story” in Rachael Durkin, Peter Dayan, Axel Englund and Katharina Clausius (eds.): The Routledge Companion to Music and Modern Literature. London: Routledge 2022, 302-311; “‘Popularity is a game’: Music, Identity and the Popular in Tom Cho’s Look Who’s Morphing (2009)” in Norbert Bachleitner and Juliane Werner (eds.): Popular Music and the Poetics of Self in Fiction. Leiden & Boston, MA: Brill 2021, 97-117.

Host University: University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Host Department: Department of German, Nordic, Slavic and Dutch

Contact:
Department of German, Nordic, Slavic and Dutch
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
320 Folwell Hall
9 Pleasant Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
USA
Tel.: (612) 625-2080
Email: tgurke@umn.edu

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Host University: Johns Hopkins University
Host Department: Department of History

Contact:
Department of History
Johns Hopkins University
3400 North Charles Street
342 Gilman Hall
Baltimore, MD 21218
USA
Tel.: (410) 516-7575
Fax: (410) 516-7586
Email: vharms1@jhu.edu

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Host University: Northwestern University
Host Department: Department of German

Contact:
Department of German
Northwestern University
1800 Sherman Avenue, Suite 106, Room 105
Evanston, IL 60201
USA
Tel.: (847) 467-7067
Fax: (847) 491-3877
Email: isabel.vonholt@northwestern.edu

Research Interests: Immigration and Immigrant Integration, Populism and Nationalism, Conspiracy Myths, Popular Culture, Jewish History and Religion, Antisemitism, Islamophobia, Race and Racism, Religion in the Public Sphere

Recent Experience: DAAD Visiting Assistant Professor at the Center for European Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville (since 2022); Visiting Research Scholar at the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts (2019-2022); Transatlantic Partnership on Memory & Democracy Fellow at the Center for German Studies, University of Virginia, Charlottesville (2019)

Recent Publications: Selected Articles and Book Chapters: “Deep State, Child Sacrifices, and the “Plandemic”: The Historical Background of Antisemitic Tropes within the QAnon Movement”, in Antisemitism on Social Media, ed. Sabine von Mering and Monika Hübscher, 18–34 (Routledge, 2022); “Beyond Jewish Racial Justice Activism: Can Jewish Tradition Guide Us in Times of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter?”, Journal of Jewish Ethics 8,1 (2022): 25–41; “The Protestant Spirit of the Berlin Neutrality Law: An Old-New Kulturkampf against Religious Minorities in the Public Sphere”, German Studies Review, 45,2 (2022): 283–305; “The Eternal George Soros: The Rise of an Antisemitic and Islamophobic Conspiracy Theory”, in Europe: A Continent of Conspiracies, ed. André Krouwel and Andreas Önnerfors, 163–184 (Routledge, 2021); “Telling Holocaust Jokes on German Public Television: The German-Israeli Comedian Shahak Shapira and His Satirical Show on Jews, Antisemites and the Rest”, VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture, 10,20 (2021): 7–17.

Host University: University of Florida
Host Department: Center for European Studies

Contact:
Center for European Studies
University of Florida
3324 Turlington Hall
P.O. Box 117342
Gainesville, FL 32611-7342
USA
Tel.: (352) 294-7140
Fax: (352) 392-8966
Email: alanger@ufl.edu

Research Interests: Modern German and Jewish History, Modern Intellectual History, Critical Theory and the Frankfurt School, History of Antisemitism

Recent Experience: DAAD Visiting Associate Professor at the Department of History and the Department of German, University of California, Berkeley (current); Assistant Professor in Modern Jewish History and Culture at Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich (2014-2022); 2015/16 Visiting Scholar at the Institute of European Studies at the University of California, Berkeley; 2016/17 Visiting Chair at the Martin Buber Institute for Judaic Studies at the University of Cologne; Fellow of the Historisches Kolleg Munich (2020-2021)

Recent Publications: Monographs: Friedrich Pollock – The Eminence Grise of the Frankfurt School. Leiden, Boston: Brill 2023 (in preparation); Wahlverwandtschaften. Eine Kulturgeschichte der Freundschaft im deutschen Judentum, 1888-1938. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 2023 (in preparation); Friedrich Pollock – Die graue Eminenz der Frankfurter Schule. Berlin: Suhrkamp 2019; Volk oder Religion? Die Entstehung moderner jüdischer Ethnizität in Frankreich und Deutschland, 1782-1848. Göttingen, Bristol: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2014 (awarded with the Max Weber Prize of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities). Edited volumes and special issues: Die Frankfurter Schule und der Holocaust. Special issue of Münchner Beiträge zur jüdischen Geschichte und Kultur 16, 2 (2022); „Dunkle Denker“: Jewish Readings of the Counter-Enlightenment. Special section of the Journal of Modern Jewish History 21, 4 (2022); Rethinking the Age of Emancipation: Comparative and Transnational Perspectives on Gender, Family and Religion in Italy and Germany. New York, Oxford: Berghahn 2020 (with Martin Baumeister and Ruth Nattermann).

Host University: University of California, Berkeley
Host Departments: Department of History and Department of German

Contact:
Department of History
University of California, Berkeley
3207 Dwinelle Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-2550
USA
Tel.: (510) 642-1971
Email: plenhard@berkeley.edu

Research Interests: documentary film, genre theory, Virtual Reality, narration of media, cultural and social questions of media (gender, critical race studies), contemporary media theory, film and the other arts (literature, music, dancing, fine arts), experimental film

Recent Experience: DAAD Visiting Associate Professor at the Department for Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton (current); temporary position as Professor for Media and Cultural Studies (W3) at University of Leipzig (2018-2020); Senior Lecturer for Media Theory at University of Hamburg (2016-2018); Associate Professor for Media Hybridity at University of Leipzig (2010-2016)

Recent Publications: Latest Research Collection of Essays: Mundhenke, Florian (2020) (Ed.): Towards an Art of Participation – Aesthetics, Arts and Ethics of Interactive Documentaries. New Cinemas 1/2020. Bristol: Intellect. Selected Articles and Book Chapters: Mundhenke, Florian (2022): “The Epistemics of the Body: User Experience and Self-Perception in Non-Fictional First-Person VR”. Interactive Film & Media Journal, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.32920/ifmj.v2i2.1594; Mundhenke, Florian (2021): “The Documentary as a Genre or Mode? A New Approach to Documentary Film Analysis Through the Field of Meaning“. In: Ritzer, Ivo (Ed.): Media and Genre. Dialogue in Aesthetics. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. Pp. 283-304.; Mundhenke, Florian (2020): “The Role of Factuality in Film”. In: Ryan, Marie-Laure, Monika Fludernik (Ed.): Narrative Factuality. A Handbook. Berlin, Boston: Walter de Gruyter. Pp. 453-464.; Mundhenke, Florian (2020): “From i-doc to VR Experience: New forms of user engagement in immersive digital documentaries“. In: Mundhenke (Ed.): Towards an Art of Participation – Aesthetics, Arts and Ethics of Interactive Documentaries. New Cinemas 1/2020. Bristol: Intellect. Pp 45-72.

Host University: University of Alberta
Host Department: Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies

Contact:
Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies
University of Alberta
Faculty of Arts
Old Arts Building 309-D
Edmonton, AB T6G 2E6
Canada
Tel.: (780) 492-1997
Email: mundhenk@ualberta.ca

Research Interests: Modern and Contemporary European and Eastern European History, Transnational History, History of Mobility and Migration

Recent Experience: DAAD Visiting Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh, Department of History (current); Adjunct Assistant Professor in Contemporary European History at European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder) (2013-2018); Postdoctoral Fellow at Washington University in St. Louis (International and Area Studies Program, 2012-2013); Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin/Texas (Department of Germanic Studies, 2011); Adjunct Assistant Professor in Eastern European History at Viadrina (2007-2011)

Recent Publications: Books: From Paris to St. Petersburg and from Kaunas to New York. How the Royal Prussian Eastern Railroad Became a Transnational Force. Book manuscript, post-review with Indiana University Press.; Zwischen Stettin und Szczecin. Metamorphosen einer Stadt von 1945 bis 2005 [From Stettin to Szczecin. Metamorphoses of a City, 1945-2005]. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2010, pp. 423.; Edited books: Flack, Anna, Jan Musekamp, Jannis Panagiotidis, and Hans-Christian Petersen, eds. Russian Germans on Four Continents. Lanham/MD: Lexington Books, under contract.; Walke, Anika, Jan Musekamp, and Nicole Svobodny, eds. Migration and Mobility in the Modern Age. Refugees, Travelers, and Traffickers in Europe and Eurasia. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2017, pp. 352.; Peer-reviewed articles: “Navigating Global Color Lines: Volhynia’s German-speakers on the Move”. In Russian Germans on Four Continents, edited by Anna Flack, Jan Musekamp, Jannis Panagiotidis, and Hans-Christian Petersen. Lanham/MD: Lexington Books, under contract.; “Big History and Local Experiences: Migration and Identity in a European Borderland”. In Mapping Migration, Identity, and Space, edited by Tabea Linhard and Timothy Parsons, 55-83. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.

Host University: University of Pittsburgh
Host Department: Department of History

Contact:
Department of History
University of Pittsburgh
3702 Posvar Hall
230 South Bouquet Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
USA
Tel.: (412) 648-7454
Email: jan.musekamp@pitt.edu

Research Interests: Modern and Contemporary European History, Modern Germany, Modern Britain and Ireland, Cultural History of Political Mobilization, History of Work, Labor History

Recent Experience: DAAD Visiting Associate Professor at the Department of History, University of California, San Diego (current); Assistant Professor in Modern History at the Eberhard Karls University Tübingen (2009-2017); Fellow of the Historisches Kolleg Munich (2013-2014).

Recent Publications: Latest Book: Crown, Church and Constitution. Popular Conservatism in England, 1815 – 1867. Oxford, New York: Berghahn 2016; Selected Articles and Book Chapters: “Utopische ‘Schulen unternehmerischer Tugenden‘? Leistung, Qualität und Qualifizierung als Probleme des Alternativen Wirtschaftens in den 1970er und 1980er Jahren“, in: Bernhard Dietz and Jörg Neuheiser (ed.): Wertewandel in der Wirtschaft und Arbeitswelt. Arbeit, Leistung und Führung in den 1970er und 1980er Jahren in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. München, Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenbourg 2017, pp. 282-310.  “Vom bürgerlichen Arbeitsethos zum postmaterialistischen Arbeiten? Werteforschung, neue Arbeitssemantiken und betriebliche Praxis in den 1970er Jahren“, in: Jörn Leonhard and Willibald Steinmetz (ed.): Semantiken von Arbeit: Diachrone und vergleichende Perspektiven. Köln et al.: Böhlau 2016, pp. 319-346. With Christine Bartlitz and Violetta Rudolf: Mehr Geschichte wagen. Plädoyer für einen mutigeren Umgang der Gewerkschaften mit ihrer (Zeit-)Geschichte. (Working Paper Forschungsförderung der Hans Böckler Stiftung 18), Düsseldorf 2016.

Host University: University of California at San Diego
Host Department: Department of History

Contact:
Department of History
University of California at San Diego
Humanities and Social Sciences Building (H&SS) 6071
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92093-104
USA
Tel.: (858) 534-6456
Email: jneuheiser@ucsd.edu

Research Interests: Germany’s Feminist Foreign Policy & Feminist Development Policy; Germany and EU’s support to civil society in Central Asia; promotion of democracy, human rights and sustainable development; prevention of violent extremism (PVE); public diplomacy and soft power; social capital and resilience

Recent Experience: DAAD Visiting Professor at the University of Washington, Seattle (current); Associate Director, Coordinator and Senior Research Fellow of research-professionalization projects funded by Volkswagen Foundation and European Commission at Bielefeld University (2012-2022); Research Associate Fellow, Senior Lecturer and Editor at OSCE Academy, Kyrgyzstan (2019-2022); Visiting Assistant Professor (Vert-Junior Professor) in Macrosociology and European Societies at Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany (2017-2018); Post-Doctoral Visiting Scholar at German-Kazakh University, Kazakhstan (2014 and 2018), Coordinator and Post-Doctoral Fellow at DAAD Center for German and European Studies in Bielefeld/St. Petersburg (2012-2017); Post-Doctoral Visiting Scholar at American-University of Central Asia (2016); Visiting Professor at Asia-Europa-Institute (AEI) of University of Malaya, Malaysia (2014); PhD Visiting Scholar at University of California/Berkeley (USA) and St. Petersburg State University (Russia) (2010)

Recent Publications: Latest Books: Pierobon, C. (2021) Central Asia After Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies Between Stability and Transformation. Nomos: Baden-Baden [edited with Becker, N. and Schlegel, S.]; Pierobon, C. (2019) The Power of Civil Society in the Middle East and North Africa: Peace-Building, Change and Development. Routledge: Abington, 2019 [edited with Ibrahim Natil und Lilian Tauber]; Selected Articles and Book Chapters: “German and Russian public diplomacy efforts in Kyrgyzstan: A comparative study of norm entrepreneurship”, Europe-Asia Studies, 2023(forthcoming) [with Aijan Sharshenova]; “Community resilience and social capital in post-Soviet mono-industrial areas affected by the uranium legacy and radiation: evidence from Kyrgyzstan”, In: Korosteleva, E. and Petrova, I. (eds.) Resilient Communities of Central Eurasia. Responding to Change, Complexity and the Visions of ‘The Good Life’, Routledge, 2023 (forthcoming) [with Zarina Adambussinova]; “Ending Gender-Based Violence in Kyrgyzstan: Reflections on the Spotlight Initiative” [with Aliia Maralbaeva], in Mihr, A., Sorbello, P. and Weiffen, B. Securitization and Democracy in Eurasia. Transformation and Development in the OSCE Region, Springer Nature Open Access, 2023 (forthcoming) [with Aliia Maralbaeva]; Pierobon, C. (2021) “EU Efforts to Prevent Violent Extremism (PVE) by Engaging Civil Society in Kyrgyzstan”, Central Asian Affairs, 8(2), 150-174 (DOI:10.30965/22142290-bja10019); Pierobon, C. (2021) “European Union, civil society and local ownership in Kyrgyzstan: analysing patterns of adaptation, reinterpretation and contestation in the prevention of violent extremism (PVE)”, Central Asian Survey (DOI:10.1080/02634937.2021.1905608); Pierobon, C. (2021) “Social Capital’s ‘Missing Dimension’ in Sustainable Development Programs: Evidence from EU Support of Civil Society in Kazakhstan” in Pierobon, C., Becker N. and Schlegel, S. (eds.) Central Asia after Three Decades of Independence. Politics and Societies between Stability and Transformation, Baden-Baden: Nomos, pp. 125-150; Pierobon, C. (2020) “Global Governance, Multi-Actor Cooperation, and Civil Society”. In: Leal Filho W., Azul A., Brandli L., .zuyar P., Wall T. (eds.): Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Springer: Cham, 2020; Pierobon, C. (2019) “Introducing Civil Society” in Natil, I, Pierobon, C. and Trauber, L. (eds.) The Power of Civil Society in the Middle East and North Africa: Peace-Building, Change and Development. Routledge: Abington, 2019; Pierobon, C. (2019) “The EU, Civil Society, and Social Capital in Kazakhstan: a pilot evaluation of the EIDHR and NSA/LA”, Journal of Evaluation, 25(2), 207-223, 2019; Pierobon, C. (2019) “Promoting sustainable development through civil society: a case study of the EU’s NSA/LA thematic program in Kyrgyzstan”, Development Policy Review, 37, 179-192, 2019.

Host University: University of Washington
Host Department: Department of Political Science | Jackson School of International Studies (JSIS) | Center for West European Studies

Contact:
Department of Political Science
University of Washington
Box 353530
Seattle, WA 98195
USA
Tel.: (206) 616-9232
Email: cpierobo@uw.edu

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Host University: University of Cincinnati
Host Department: Department of Asian, East European, and German Studies
Contact: University of Cincinnati
Department of Asian, East European, and German Studies
741 Old Chemistry Building
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0372
Tel.: (513)556-0449
E-mail: rehberpr@ucmail.uc.edu

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Host University: Cornell University
Host Department: Department of Government

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Cornell University
Department of Government
216 White Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
Tel.: (607) 255-4530
Email: daniel.schade(at)cornell.edu

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Host University: Vanderbilt University
Host Department: Max Kade Center for European Studies/Department for Political Science

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Vanderbilt University
Max Kade Center for European and German Studies
2301 Vanderbilt Place
Nashville, TN 37235-1806
Tel.: (919) 962-3334
Email: alexander.schmidt@vanderbilt.edu

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Host University: University of Toronto
Host Departments: Department of Germanic Languages & Literatures and Department of History
Contact: University of Toronto
Department of Germanic Languages & Literatures
50 St. Joseph Street, 3rd Floor
Odette Hall
Toronto, ON M5S 1J4
Canada
Tel.: (416) 926-2324
Email: azadeh.sharifi@utoronto.ca

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Host University: Université de Montréal
Host Department: Département de littératures et de langues du monde
CP-6128, succursale Centre-Ville
Montréal, QC H3C 3J7
Canada
Tel.: (514) 343-6111
Email: regine.straetling@umontreal.ca

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Host University: University of Texas at Austin
Host Department: Department of Germanic Studies

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University of Texas at Austin
Department of Germanic Studies
Burdine Hall 336
2505 University Ave, C3300
Austin, TX 78712
Tel.: (512) 471-4123
Email: jana.weiss@austin.utexas.edu

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Host University: Georgetown University
Host Department: BMW Center for German and European Studies

Contact:
BMW Center for German and European Studies
Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service
Georgetown University
Intercultural Center, Suite 501
37th and O Streets, NW
Washington, DC 20057-1022
Fax: (202) 687-8359
Email: tz174@georgetown.edu

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Host University: University of Rhode Island
Host Department: Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures
Contact: University of Rhode Island
Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures
134 Swan Hall
60 Upper College Road
Kingston, RI 02881
Tel: (401) 874-4705
Fax: (401) 874-4694
Email: karina_lammert@uri.edu

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Host University: University of Calgary
Host Department: School of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures
Contact: University of Calgary
School of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures
2500 University Dr. NW
Calgary, AB T2N 1N4
Canada
Tel: (403) 220-5300
Fax: (403) 284-3634
Email: sebastian.rauball@ucalgary.ca

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Host University: Emory University
Host Department: German Studies

Contact:
Emory University
Department of German Studies
304 Modern Languages Building
532 S. Kilgo Circle
Atlanta, GA 30322
Email: frank.voigt@emory.edu

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