…University of British Columbia, Vancouver…
I am a Professor of Teaching (like a full Professor, but in a teaching-focused position) in Philosophy at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
I am an Associate Professor of German & Scandinavian Studies in the Department of Central, Eastern, and Northern European Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. My teaching and research interests include 18th- to 20th-century German literature, the history and culture of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany), and German and Nordic film.
Minoru Takano 高野実 is a PhD candidate of the department of Asian Studies, the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver (Supervisor: Prof. Bruce Rusk). He studies the literary movements of the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), Li Dongyang 李東陽 (1447-1529) of Chaling School 茶陵派, Ming Neoclassicism 前後七子/復古派/古文辭派, and issues of archaism, authorship, and musicality of poetry.
Born on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, I have spent most of my life playing or coaching ice hockey. I am interested in how sport forms our identities. Because of ice hockey, I have lived in the USA, Turkey, Austria, and now Sweden. After completing my MA in Liberal Studies at the University of Maine, I coached at the University of Connecticut and Connecticut College and then moved to Austria to coach at a hockey academy. Currently, I am a coach in Stockholm and working on getting back into the academic field to pursue a Ph.D.
I am an Assistant Professor of Slavic Studies in the Department of Central, Eastern, and Northern European Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. I specialize in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Russian literature and culture, and teach classes about Russian, Slavic and comparative literature and culture. More information about my research and activities can be found on my institutional profile and my personal website.
…2016 D. Phil. in English Literature, St Anne’s College, University of Oxford
2011 M.A. in English Literature, Queen’s University, Kingston
2010 B.A. (Hons.) in English Literature, Queen’s University
2008 M.A. in Classics, Queen’s University, Kingston
2006 B.A. (Hons.) in Classical Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver…
I am an Assistant Adjunct Professor at Queen’s University, Kingston. My research investigates the connections between technology, gender, politics, and aesthetics in the city in late-Victorian, Edwardian, and Modernist literature, with a particular focus on literature and technology.
…Doctor of Philosophy in History (in progress), The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC (2017–2022). Supervisor: Dr. Courtney Booker
Master of Arts, History, McGill University, Montréal, QC, 2014
Graduating Essay: “Gregory of Tours’ Poetics” (supervised by Dr. Nancy Partner).
Bachelor of Arts, Double Major in Medieval Studies and Classical Studies, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, 2011
Graduating Essay: “Temporum Series Praestitit: Order and Truth in the Texts of Gregory of Tours” (supervised by Dr. Courtney Booker)….
Research Interests Western Europe Early Middle Ages Historiography Narrative Merovingian kingdoms Gregory of Tours Notions of time and historical consciousness
Historian Tracy Prince, Ph.D. is a Research Professor at Portland State University’s American Indian Teacher Program (in Curriculum & Instruction), a Fulbright Specialist (Malta), and the author of numerous books. She has spent over two decades teaching in Turkey, Canada, and the United States, with extensive research time in England, Australia, South Africa, and France. She researches, teaches, and writes about race, gender, and social equity issues. Dr. Prince loves to sing, dig around in archives, and talk to folks about the olden days.