Stefanie Affeldt

Dr. Stefanie Affeldt holds a BA in Sociology from Macquarie University, an MA in Cultural and Social History from the University of Essex and obtained her doctorate in (Historical) Sociology from the University of Hamburg.

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Jan Alber

Jan Alber is Professor of English Literature and Cognition at the University of Aachen.

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Keyvan Allahyari

Keyvan is a PhD Candidate at the Australian Centre in the University of Melbourne. Entitled ‘Fielding Peter Carey’, his project accounts for a method of reading Carey’s oeuvre in relation to the promises and perils of the global publishing industry since the early 1970s.

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Katrin Althans

Dr. Katrin Althans holds an M.A. in English literature and language, German literature and language, and Communication Studies from the University of Münster, Germany, as well as a German law degree.

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Heinz Antor

Heinz Antor, Professor of English Literature, studied English, French, and Applied Linguistics at Erlangen and Oxford (UK).

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Amelie Bernzen

Amelie Bernzen grew up in Sydney and Germany and has been Post-doctoral Research Fellow and Lecturer of economic geography at the Institute of Geography/University of Cologne, Germany since 2013.

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Hanne Birk

Dr. Hanne Birk studied English and German Literatures and Cultures as well as Philosophy in Freiburg, Germany and at Brock University, Ontario, Canada.

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Eva Bischoff

PD Dr. Eva Bischoff teaches International History at Trier University since 2011. Her current research looks at British settler colonialism in nineteenth-century Australia and New Zealand. She recently concluded a book project, which reconstructs the ambiguous role Quakers played in the process of settler colonialism in nineteenth-century Australia.

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Boris Braun

Boris Braun is Professor of Economic Geography at the University of Cologne and member of the Academic Advisory Board of the Association for Australian Studies.

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Sebastian Fastenrath

Sebastian Fastenrath is a Research Fellow, Lecturer and PhD candidate at the Institute of Geography/University of Cologne.

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Norbert Finzsch

Norbert Finzsch, Professor Emeritus of History, studied History and German Literature at Cologne and Bordeaux.

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Anke Frank

Anke Frank currently works as a Postdoc within the Rangeland Ecology and Range Management Group of PD Dr Anja Linstädter at the Botanical Institute of the University of Cologne.

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Andrea Gutenberg

Andrea Gutenberg, Professor of English Studies, studied English, French, Political Science and German at the universities of Bonn, Cologne and Exeter/GB.

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Oliver Haag

Dr. Oliver Haag is Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Transcultural Studies, Vienna, and Visiting Professorial Fellow at Queen Mary’s College, University of Madras.

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Henriette von Holleuffer

Henriette von Holleuffer is a historian. She holds a PhD and M.A. from the University of Hamburg.

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Julia Hoydis

Julia Hoydis teaches Anglophone literatures and cultures and is Assistant Professor at the chair of Prof. Heinz Antor, University of Cologne.

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Bentley James

Dr. Bentley James, MA Linguistics, PhD Anthropology Australian National University has lived in remote N.T Indigenous communities since 1989. He is currently tutoring Yolngu Studies at Charles Darwin University.

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Piers Kelly

Piers Kelly is a linguistic anthropologist at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena.

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Dorothee Klein

Dorothee Klein is a research assistant and lecturer in the English Department at the University of Stuttgart. She is currently working on a PhD thesis on relationality in contemporary Aboriginal literatures.

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Konstanze Kutzbach

Konstanze Kutzbach holds a PhD in English Philology. She is currently working as a Lecturer of English didactics and coordinator of the MA of Education Study Programme for the English Department/University of Cologne.

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Birgit Neumann

Birgit Neumann is Professor of English Literature/ Anglophone Studies at the University of Duesseldorf and member of several international research networks; she had guest professorships at the Universities of Cornell/Ithaca and Wisconsin-Madison, USA.

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Knut Olawsky

Knut J. Olawsky has been Senior Linguist and Manager at the Mirima Dawang Woorlab-gerring Language and Culture Centre (MDWg) in Kununurra, Western Australia since 2005.

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Christina Ringel

Christina Ringel is a PhD candidate in the English Department/University of Cologne. Her research focuses on possession in the Miriwoong language (non-Pama-Nyungan, Jarrakan, Australia).

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Geoffrey Rodoreda

Geoff Rodoreda is a lecturer in the English Department/University of Stuttgart, Germany. He studied Social and Political Theory, Media Theory and Journalism in the city he grew up in, Sydney, Australia.

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Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp

Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp is Professor of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures at the University of Bonn, Germany.

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Carsten Wergin

Carsten Wergin (Dr. phil.) is an environmental anthropologist and Research Group Leader in Transcultural Studies at Heidelberg University, Germany.

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