Affiliated Faculty

Ilinca Iurascu

Ilinca Iurascu’s research focuses on intersections between literature and media theory, histories of material culture and technology in German and comparative studies, 18th-early 20th c.

Ira B Nadel

Educated at Rutgers and Cornell, Ira Nadel has concentrated on the Victorians and Moderns, while pursuing the critical and practical matters of biography.
Current research involves Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes.

Irem Ayan

Dr Ayan's research and teaching interests include translation, interpreting, gender studies, as well as the sociology and (auto)ethnography of translation and interpreting.

Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon

Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon (she/her) is a first-year PhD student in History at the University of British Columbia. Her doctoral research examines ideas and experiences of disability in Bosnia and Serbia at the turn of the twentieth century. Isabelle’s work engages with a wide range of subdisciplines, including disability history, history of the body, history of medicine, […]

Jaleh Mansoor

Jaleh Mansoor teaches modern and contemporary art history with an emphasis on Post WWII European Art.  Her areas of interest, in addition to art and its histories, include Formalism, Marxist Feminism, Frankfurt School Theory and art as technology.

Jason Lieblang

Jason Lieblang is a Senior Instructor in the Department of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies specializing in German Studies. He works at the intersection of crisis, culture, and masculinities, especially in Germanic contexts.

Jeffrey Byrne

I am a scholar of decolonisation, revolutionary movements, and the history of international relations. My first book, Mecca of Revolution: Algeria, Decolonization, and the Third World Order, won numerous awards and distinctions in the fields of global history, African studies, and Middle Eastern studies. My current project is a global history of revolutionary anticolonialism that […]

Jessica Hanser

Jessica Hanser's research explores connections, relationships and interactions between Britain and China from 1600 until the First Opium War (1839–1842).

Joël Castonguay-Bélanger

Joël Castonguay-Bélanger research focuses primarily on the Enlightenment and its legacies, the literature and culture of the French Revolution, and the circulation and transmission of knowledge in eighteenth-century France.

John Christopoulos

John Christopoulos researches areas include early modern Europe, the history of pre-modern medicine and the social and cultural history of early modern Italy.