G Brude-Firnau.

G. Brude-Firnau

Staatsexamen (Berlin), PhD (Yale)

Recipient of the Distinguished Teacher Award

G. Brude-Firnau's personal website


Zina G.

Zina Gimpelevich

Professor Gimpelevich's areas of specialization are 19th and 20th century Russian and Belarusan languages and literatures, and the intelligentsia in both cultures. Dr. Gimpelevich has lately focused on such authors as Bulgakov, Pasternak, Ehrenburg, Skaldin, Zamiatin and Bykau; her research on the Russian intelligentsia, Bulgakov, Pasternak, and Bykau has resulted in major publications.

Zina Gimpelevich's personal website


Sigfrid H.

Sigfrid Hoefert

ML 221
ext. 32138


David John

David G. John

Distinguished Professor Emeritus of the University of Waterloo

Recipient of the Bundesverdienstkreuz of the Federal Republic of Germany

Recipient of the Hermann Boeschenstein Medal of the Canadian Association of University Teachers of German

David John's CV


Ireneusz S.

Ireneusz Szarycz

An expert in Russian folklore and contemporary Russian literature, Professor Szarycz has supervised theses on Old Russian literature as well as literature of the 1920s, 1960s, and the Glasnost period. Dr. Szarycz also has an ancillary interest in Polish literature. He has recently published on Russian fairy tales.

Ireneusz Szarycz's personal website