Stefanie Templin is a Master's student in Intercultural German Studies at the University of Waterloo and the University of Mannheim, Germany. In 2012, she graduated from the Freie Universität Berlin in the interdisciplinary programm North American Studies with a focus on Literature, Sociology and Political Science. In her BA thesis, she analyzed the development of Canadian national literature. Stefanie's main research interests are narrative theory, contemporary literature, Canadian culture, and language as a constructor of realities and identities. She worked as research assistant in the Dana Porter Library transcribing and translating documents of the Breithaupt family and co-organized the German Gemütlichkeit, a meeting place for German language students to casually practice talking and learn about German culture.
Joint MA in Intercultural German Studies
University of Waterloo