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Christin Bohnke

Ph.D. Candidate Contact info christin.bohnke@mail.utoronto.ca Office Hours Fall 2016: Mon 12-2 Background I hold a B.A. in English, German and Education and a M.A. in European Literatures from the Humboldt University in Berlin. During my time at the Humboldt I was able to take part in exchanges to King’s College in London and to the Waseda University in Tokyo. I entered the PhD program in 2012 to continue my research on German-Japanese literature and cultural exchange. I am especially interested in German post-colonial studies and transnational gender studies. Through generous support of the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science and the Coalition of Women in German I was able to conduct research at Rikkyo University, Tokyo in 2015. I was involved in the German Drama Club production "Seifenblasen" and I enjoy working as a German Language Instructor for all levels of German. Conferences 2016 Women in German, Banff Presentation: The perfect Women? Gender and Imperialism in two German-Japanese films 2015 IVG, Shanghai Presentation: Space and the Colonial Question in Arnold Franck's Die Tochter des Samurai 2015 Sokendai University, Hayama, Japan Presentation: German and Japanese Imperialism in Arnold Franck and Itami Mansaku's Die Tochter des Samurai 2015 NeMLA, Toronto Presentation: ... Read More »