WHO WE ARE

Collaborators in the project:

 

Prof. Dr. Hanjo Berressem
American Literature and Culture | Department of English | University of Cologne

 

PD Dr. Boris Gehlen 
Department of History | University of Bonn

 

Christian Klöckner, M.A.
North American Studies Program | Department of English, American, and Celtic Studies | University of Bonn

 

Simone Knewitz, M.A.
North American Studies Program | Department of English, American, and Celtic Studies | University of Bonn

 

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Uwe Küchler
Department of English, American, and Celtic Studies | University of Bonn

 

Prof. Dr. Christian Moser
Department of German and Comparative Studies | University of Bonn

 

Prof. Dr. Karoline Noack
Department of Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology | University of Bonn

 

Prof. Dr. Ulfried Reichardt
American Literature and Culture | Department of English| University of Mannheim

 

PD Dr. Elisabeth Schäfer-Wünsche
North American Studies Program | Department of English, American, and Celtic Studies | University of Bonn

 

Prof. Dr. Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp
Department of English, American, and Celtic Studies | University of Bonn

 

Prof. Dr. Günther Schulz 
Department of History | University of Bonn

 

Prof. Dr. Sabine Sielke
North American Studies Program | Department of English, American, and Celtic Studies | University of Bonn

 

Dr. Klaas Staal
North American Studies Program | Department of English, American, and Celtic Studies | University of Bonn

 

Prof. Dr. Rudolf Stichweh
Forum International Science | University of Bonn 

 

Dr. Henrike Viehrig
North American Studies Program | Department of English, American, and Celtic Studies | University of Bonn

  

 

Associated international scholars:

 

Prof. Dr. Hannes Bergthaller
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures | National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan

 

Prof. Dr. Thomas Claviez
Center for Cultural Studies | University of Bern, Switzerland

  

Prof. Russell Kilbourn
Film Studies Program | Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada

 

Prof. Christopher Newfield
Department of English | University of California, Santa Barbara, United States

 

Prof. William Uricchio
Massachussetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Ma., USA
& Department of Media and Cultural Studies | University of Utrecht | The Netherlands