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Prof. Dr. Jeffrey Peck

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Fellow der Mercator Stiftung

 

 

Mobil: 0176 82320655

Sprechstunde: n.V.

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Globalization and the internationalization of universities
  • Diversity and minority identities

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae von Prof. Dr. Jeffrey Peck
Zeitraum
Tätigkeit
seit 10/2015
Member (stellvertretendes Mitglied) of the Board of Trustees (Kuratorium)Berlin School of Economic and Law (Hochschule fūr Wirtschaft und Recht)
09/2015
Senior Fellow at the Mercator Foundation housed at Technische Universität Berlin
09/2015
DirectorEurope for AKA / Strategy
09/2015
Honorary Visiting Professor City University of London
2015
Member of WC2 and its Strategic Planning Committee
2011
represents CUNY in the WC2 (World Class Cities/World Class Universities)
08/2008 – 06/2015
Dean of the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences and Professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature and Vice Provost for Global Strategies Baruch College/CUNY
2006 - 2008
Fulbright Professor and holder of the Walter Benjamin Chair in German Jewish History and Culture
Humboldt Universität, Berlin
2006 - 2008
Director at the Leo Baeck Summer University in Jewish Studies Humboldt Universität, Berlin
1992 - 1999
Faculty member in the Center for German and European Studies (the School of Foreign Service) and in the Department of German Georgetown University
2002 - 2006
Faculty member in the Center for German and European Studies (the School of Foreign Service) and in the Department of German Georgetown University
2002 - 2008
Senior Fellow American Institute for Contemporary German Studies in Washington, D.C.
1999 - 2002
Director of the Canadian Centre for German and European Studies York University (Toronto) and Université de Montréal
1997 - 1992
Faculty positions University of Washington
1990 - 1991
Faculty positions Free University of Berlin
1997
Ph.D in Comparative Literature University of California, Berkeley
1974
M.A. in Comparative Literature University of Chicago
1972
B.A. in German Michigan State University

Publikationen

Significant Publications (selected)

Books:   

Being Jewish in the New Germany. New Brunswick, N.J.:Rutgers University Press 2006, in paperback 2007.

Edited with Klaus Milich (Liberal Studies, Dartmouth College), Multiculturalism in Transit. A German-American Exchange. New York: Berghahn, 1998.

Edited with E. Valentine Daniel, (Anthropology, Columbia Univ.), Culture/Contexture: Explorations in Anthropology and Literary Studies. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press, 1996.

With John Borneman, (Anthropology, Princeton Univ.) Sojourners: The Return of German Jews and the Question of Identity. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1995.

Articles: 

„Introduction,“ and edited with Stephen Hanson, IIE Networker, „The Impact of Globalization on International Education,“ (Spring 2014): 21-23.(Part of IIE Best Practices Workshop)

“Experiencing Difference: The Meaning of Globalization at a Diverse Institution,” IIE Networker. “Diversifying Study Abroad,” (Spring 2011): 24-27.

“Afterword, “ in New German Jewry and the European Context. The Return of the European Jewish Diaspora,  edited by Y. Michal Bodemann, London: Palgrave, 2008, 277-278.

"American Jews in an Evangelical America," Understanding: the 'God Gap.' Religion. Politics and Policy in the United States and Germany. AICGS German American Issues 04.2005: 22-25.

"Introduction" and "Postscript: A Dedication to an Influential Generation of Germanists. The Transfer of Knowledge from Germans to Jews in American German Studies," German Politics & Society, Issue 74, vol. 23, no.1 (Spring 2005). Special volume, "Global Cityscapes of Modernity and Post Modernity; Vienna and Berlin 1900-2000 in honor of Hinrich C. Seeba," edited by Jeffrey M. Peck: 1-7,189-199.

New Perspectives in German-Jewish Studies: Towards a Diasporic and Global Perspective,“Bulletin of the German Historical Institute, Issue 35, (Fall 2004), 33-42.

"'The World is Full': Changing Discourses of Space and Place after September 11," The Many Faces of Germany: Transformations in the Study of German Culture and History, New York: Berghahn Publishers, 2004, 347-354.

 

 

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