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Jacqueline
Vansant
Ph.D.
Professor of German

Education

Ph. D. Institution:

University of Texas at Austin (1986)

3091 CASL Building
4901 Evergreen Rd
Dearborn, MI 48128
313-593-5153

About

Professional Activities:
Member of the Steering Committee Women in German (2010-2012)

Member of the Executive Board German Studies Association (2009-2011)

Co-Editor of Modern Austrian Literature with Geoffrey C. Howes (2000-2005)

Selected Publications

Recent Publications:

“Political and Humanitarian Messages in a Horse’s Tale: MGM’s Florian,” in: Austrian History Yearbook 42 (2011): 164-184.

“‘Damit nie der Kontakt verloren geht’: Rundbriefe Wiener Gymansiasten jüdischer Herkunft 1938-1942,” in: Daniel Azuelos (ed.), Alltag im Exil (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann: 2011), 139-151.

Books:
Reclaiming ‘Heimat': Trauma and Mourning in Memoirs by Jewish Austrian Réemigrés (Detroit: Wayne State UP: 2001)

Against the Horizon: Feminism and Postwar Austrian Women Writers (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1988).

Textbooks:
Deutsch: Na klar!,(first-year text). Robert DiDonato, Monica Clyde, and J. Vansant (New York: McGraw Hill-Random House, 19901, 19952, 19983, 20116).

Blickwechsel (second-year reader). Ed. J. Vansant with Janet K. Swaffar, Katherine Arens, Sandra D. Shattuck, and Marie-Luise Gättens (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1990).

Teaching Areas:

Awards and Recognition

Botstiber Grant (Winter Semester 2010)

Fulbright Teaching Grant to the Universität Salzburg (Sommersemester 2003)

History

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