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Prof. Dr. Jeffrey Peck
- © Baruch-College
Fellow der Mercator Stiftung 
Mobil: 0176 82320655
- Globalization and the internationalization of universities
- Diversity and minority identities
Mitglied) of the Board of Trustees
(Kuratorium)Berlin School of Economic and Law
(Hochschule fūr Wirtschaft und
|| Senior Fellow at the Mercator
Foundation housed at Technische Universität
DirectorEurope for AKA /
Visiting Professor City University of
|2015||Member of WC2 and its
|2011||represents CUNY in the
WC2 (World Class Cities/World Class
|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
2008||Fulbright Professor and
holder of the Walter Benjamin Chair in German Jewish History and
Humboldt Universität, Berlin
|2006 - 2008||
Director at the Leo Baeck Summer University in
Jewish Studies Humboldt Universität,
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
2008|| Senior Fellow
American Institute for Contemporary German Studies in
|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
1991|| Faculty positions
Free University of Berlin|
|1997 || Ph.D in
Comparative Literature University of California,
|1974|| M.A. in
Comparative Literature University of
German Michigan State
Significant Publications (selected)
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.
„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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