Dr. Charlotte Schallié

Dr. Charlotte Schallié
Position
Associate Professor, Chair of the Department
Credentials

PhD (UBC)

Contact
Office: CLE D242

I received my PhD in 2004 from The University of British Columbia. My teaching and research interests include post-1945 diasporic and transcultural writing/filmmaking, memory studies, Jewish identity in contemporary cultural discourse, and teaching and learning about the Holocaust (HTL).

In my current SSHRC-funded research project —“Narrative Art and Visual Storytelling in Holocaust and Human Rights Education,” we are developing a new dialogical-reflective pedagogy in Holocaust and Human Rights education fostering broad and deep collaborations and intercultural exchange between researchers, visual artists, Holocaust survivors, librarians, students, and community members in Canada, Germany, Israel, the Netherlands, and the UK. Our joint project will supplement and expand current educational materials providing new digital-interactive capabilities for the use of Holocaust-themed graphic novels.

Together with Agnes Hirschi, I co-published a volume that retraces Swiss Vice-Consul Carl Lutz’s diplomatic rescue efforts based on individual survivor testimonies from 1944 and 1945.

 Carl Lutz’s Rescue Mission in WWII. CBC News: The National. 28 May 2018.

Fall 2019 GMST 453 After-Images of the Holocaust in Text and Film
A01 CRN 11825 W 2:30-5:20 pm, CLE A303
GMST 499 Honours Thesis
A01 CRN 11828
Spring 2020
GMST 499 Honours Thesis

A01 CRN 21729

M.A. Thesis Supervision / Co-Supervision

Fritze, Christine. Collaborating Beyond the Boundaries of Citizenship: A Transcultural Perspective on Public Participation in the Development of Swiss Immigrant Policy (Dispute Resolution; 2012)

Gans, Michael Moses. Fathers, Sons and the Holo-ghost: Reframing Post-Shoah Male Jewish Identity in Doron Rabinovici's Suche nach M (Germanic Studies; 2012)

Musekamp, Daniel.  The Tower of Babel and the Tunnel of Babble: (Non-)Identity Politics in Wladimir Kaminer's Russendisko and Jáchym Topol's Sestra (Master's Essay in English; 2012; co-supervisor: Lincoln Shlensky)

Fux, Simone. Inverting the Subject to Object Trajectory in Herta Müller's Reisende auf einem Bein (Master's Essay in English; 2014; co-supervisor: Sheila Rabillard)

Dosky, Laura. A Return to the Communicative: The Dialogic Potential of (Migrating) Objects and Artifacts in Barbara Honigmann's "A Love Made Out of Nothing" (Master's Essay in English; 2014; co-supervisor: Lincoln Shlensky)

Kell, Zola. Found in Translation: An Ongoing Dialogue Between Theory and Practice (Germanic Studies; 2014)

Severyn, Ryan. From the Lancet to the Page: An Analysis of Bloodletting as a Metaphor for Bearing Witness and Its Potentially Deadly Consequences (Germanic Studies; 2014)

Gerber, Myriam. Beyond the Memory: the Era of Witnessing – Analyzing Processes of Knowledge Production and Memorialization of the Holocaust through the Concepts of Translocal Assemblage and Witness Creation (Interdisciplinary Studies; 2016; co-supervisor: Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier)

Ph.D. Supervisory Committee

Baer, Ursula. Daskind by Mariella Mehr: Unveiling a Subjugated History: a First Draft of an Archae-genealogical History of WVHPKL/OHGFRI People (Central, Eastern & Northern European Studies; UBC, 2015)

“Hidden in Plain Sight: Post-Holocaust Mnemonic Objects and Material Traces in Arnon Goldfinger’s The Flat(הדירה).” Special Issue on Contemporary Holocaust Film. Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History. Ed. Gerd Bayer (forthcoming).

(with Agnes Hirschi, ed.).  Svájci védelem alatt: Zsidó szemtanúk beszámolói a háborús idők Budapestjéről [Hungarian edition of Under Swiss Protection. Jewish Eyewitness Accounts from Wartime Budapest]. Budapest: Kalligram, 2019.

(with Agnes Hirschi, ed.) Under Swiss Protection. Jewish Eyewitness Accounts from Wartime Budapest. Hannover: Ibidem, 2017.

“’My Horns Come Out in My Attitude!’ Negotiating Jewish Student Identity and the Politics of Identification in Canada.” Religion and Higher Education in Europe and North America. Ed. Kristin Aune and Jacqueline Stevenson. London and New York: Routledge. 109-122, 2017.

“A Place in the Sun: Colonial Entanglements in Lukas Bärfuss’ Hundert Tage and Daniel Goetsch’s Herz aus Sand.Usable Pasts and Futurities: The Changing Place of Europe in Global Memory Culture. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2016. 159-178.

“Höhenfeuer.” Heimatfilm international. Ed. Jürgen Heizmann. Stuttgart: Reclam, 2016. 102-108.

(with Wassilis Kassis, and Judith von der Heyde) “Empirische Ergebnisse zum Zusammenhang von Geschlechterrollenstereotypen und antimuslimischen Vorurteilen. Ein international komparativer Blick.” Rechtsextremismus als Herausforderung für die Theologie. Ed. Sonja Angelika Strube. Freiburg i.B.: Verlag Herder, 2015. 209-222.

“The Case of Feinkost Adam©: Confronting Anti-Semitism Through Creative Memory Work.” The Future of Holocaust Memorialization: Confronting Racism, Antisemitism, and Homophobia through Memory Work. Ed. Andrea Peto and Helga Thorson. Budapest: Tom Lantos Institute, 2015. 65-70.

“Donnergrollen am Feierabend - Deutschschweizer Literatur und der Zweite Weltkrieg.” Literarischer Monat 19 (Dezember 2014). Web. [http://www.schweizermonat.ch/artikel/online-spezial-donnergrollen-am-feierabend-deutschschweizer-literatur-und-der-zweite-weltkrieg]

(with Wassilis Kassis, Sonja Strube, and Judith von der Heyde) “Prediction of Anti-Muslim Sentiment on Campus: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of Prejudice in Two University Populations.” HIKMA – Journal of Islamic Theology and Religious Education 5.9 (October 2014): 141-165.

“Heterotopische Übersetzungs(spiel)räume in Jason Byrnes Theaterinszenierung von Lukas Bärfuss’ Die Probe/The Test.” Revue transatlantique d’études suisses (November 2013): 121-138.

“Die Mode verschwindet aus Deutschland. Auswirkungen des Krieges auf die Bekleidungsindustrie.” Zerrissene Fäden. Schlaglichter auf die jüdische Modeindustrie in Deutschland und Österreich. Ed. Roberta Kremer. Göttingen: Steidl, 2013. 163-176.  

(co-editor with Margrit V. Zinggeler). Globale Heimat.ch: Grenzüberschreitende Begegnungen in der zeitgenössischen Literatur. Zurich: edition 8, 2012. 

(with Helga Thorson) “’Jetzt machen wir hier mal Multikulti’: Fostering Critical Engagement with Multiculturalism through Peer-Assisted Language Learning.” Die Unterrichtspraxis. Teaching German 45.1 (May 2012): 53 - 66.

“’Beyond 'Foreign Rabble, Thugs and Thieves.’ Roma and Yenish Peoples in a Swiss Culture Class.” New Approaches to Teaching Modern Switzerland: From Multiculturalism to Cultural Hybridity. Eds. Karin Baumgartner, and Margrit Zinggeler. Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2010. 135-152.

“’Switzerland Has Run out of Steam on Its Way to Multiculturalism’: An Interview with Dragica Rajčić.” Women in German Yearbook 26 (2010): 146-166 (with Christine Fritze).

“’Man muss das Problem sozusagen per distance betrachten und aus der Enkelperspektive’: Thomas Hürlimanns entstellte Schweiz.” Schweiz schreiben: Zu Konstruktion und Dekonstruktion des Mythos Schweiz in der Gegenwartsliteratur. Eds. Jürgen Barkhoff and Valerie Heffernan. Tübingen: De Gruyter, 2010. 215-229.

"Die neuerlich drohende Ausbreitung des Stimmenbreis': Erinnerungsschwund im Archiv. Zu Daniel Ganzfrieds Der Absender." Sichtungen: akten-kundig? Literatur, Zeitgeschichte und Archiv. Eds. Marcel Atze, et al. Vienna: Praesens, 2009. 98-105.

Heimdurchsuchungen: Deutschschweizer Literatur, Geschichtspolitik und Erinnerungskultur seit 1965. Zurich: Chronos Verlag, 2008.

 “Die erfundene Erinnerung: Hitler in der Schweiz.” Imaginäre Welten im Widerstreit. Krieg und Geschichte in der deutschsprachigen Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts. Eds. Marianne Vogel and Lars Koch. Münster: Königshausen & Neumann, 2007. 271-285.

“It Takes a Village: New Approaches to Collaborative Inquiries with Holocaust Survivors and their Descendants.” British Association for Holocaust Studies. University of Roehampton, London, July 2018.

“Carl Lutzs Rettungsaktion im Kontext der Holocaust- und Menschenrechtsbildung” [Carl Lutz’s Rescue Mission in the Context of Holocaust and Human Rights Education]. Hochschule Luzern/Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland, November 2018.

“Using Graphic Novels to Teach the Holocaust in the High School Curriculum.” International Study Days: Teaching about and Learning from the Holocaust – Practices and Experiences in Education. Haute école pédagogique du canton du canton de Vaud. Lausanne, Switzerland, January 2018.

“Human Rights, Social Justice, and the Arts.” Ravensbrück Memorial, Fürstenberg/Havel, Germany,  July 2017.

“Teaching the Holocaust through Graphic Novels: A Community-Engaged High School Project.” Beyond the Textbook: New Approaches to Holocaust Education. 10th Biennial Shafran Teachers’ Conference. Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre. Vancouver, February 2017.

“Community-Engaged Holocaust Education.” World Federation of Jewish Child Survivors of the Holocaust and Descendants Annual Conference. Los Angeles, CA, November 2016.

“Teaching the Holocaust Through Graphic Novels: A Community-Based High School Project.” Witnessing Auschwitz: Conflicting Stories and Memories Conference. The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, September 2016.

“Jewish Student Identity and the Politics of Identification on Campus.” Jewish Community Centre of Victoria. Victoria, April 2016.

The Case of Anna Göldi: Europe’s ‘Last ‘Witch’.” Witches of The West: Witch hunts in our modernity. UVic Program of Medieval Studies, UVic Libraries, and the Centre for Studies in Religion and Society. Victoria, February 2015.

"The case of FEINKOST ADAM ©: Confronting Antisemitism Through Creative Memory Work." The Future of Holocaust Memorialization. Central European University, Budapest, June 2014.

(with Gerlinde Weimer-Stuckmann). "New Transcultural Approaches in the Third-Year Integrated Language Curriculum." Transcultural Perspectives on German Studies Conference. University of Waterloo, June 2014.

(with Wassilis Kassis) "Schützt höhere Bildung vor Rassismus und Antisemitismus?" Vorstellung einer Studie und Podiumsdiskussion. Akademie des Jüdischen Museums Berlin, February 2014.

"'The Same Dark Tale of Intrigue and Conspiracy.' Examining Antisemitism in Post-1989 Germany." Public Lecture at the Centre for Studies in Religion and Society. University of Victoria, January 2014. 

"Everything You Always Wanted to Know About University Students (But Were Afraid to Ask): Social, Cultural and Religious Prejudices on Campus." Provost’s Diversity Research Forum. University of Victoria, January 2014. 

“Cholent, Harira, Guthuk, and Vada: The Making of a New Swiss Cuisine. ‘Pluricultural Recipes’ for the Post-Secondary Classroom.” Panel on “Die Schweiz im Curriculum des 21. Jahrhunderts.”
 ACTFL/AATG Convention/Conference in Orlando, FL. November 2013.

(with Wassilis Kassis). “Wie viel Menschenfeindlichkeit darf's denn? Zum Verhältnis von sozialen Vorurteilen und Zivilgesellschaft. Eine internationale Studie zu sozialen Vorurteilen bei Studenten.” Vortrags- und Diskussionsabend der Remarque-Gesellschaft. Remarque-Friedenszentrum, Osnabrück, October 2013.

(with Wassilis Kassis). “Was Sie schon immer über soziale Vorurteile Studierender wissen wollten, aber bisher nicht zu fragen wagten. Ergebnisse einer international vergleichenden Fragebogenstudie zu den sozialen Vorurteilen Studierender.” Institut für Migrationsforschung und Interkulturelle Studien. University of Osnabrück, Germany, June 13, 2013.

“Jewish Memory in Contemporary Swiss German Literature and Film.” Transnational Memory Workshop. Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, May 2013.

“'The Sound of Home': Reconfiguring Heimatdichtung in Arno Camenisch’s Writings and Spoken Word Performances.” German-Canadian Transatlantic Forum: Remapping the Province - Rethinking Provincialism. The Canadian Centre for German and European Studies (CCGES). York University, Toronto, February 2013.

(with Margrit V. Zinggeler). "Crossing Swiss Borders: New Transcultural Texts for the German-Speaking Classroom." ACTFL / AATG Annual Convention. Philadelphia PA, November 2012.

"Kosmopolitische Standorte und Standpunkte in der neuen deutschsprachigen Literatur der Schweiz." Panel on 'Swissness in Literature, Then and Now.' German Studies Association Annual Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 2012.

"Counterpoint as a 'Space of Radical Openness' in the Poetry of Dragica Rajčić: A Translator’s Field Notes." Dream of the other Europe: Rethinking ‘Germanistik’ through the Balkans. Waterloo Centre for German Studies. University of Waterloo, February 2012.

"Globales Lernen und Multikulturalismus im DaF Unterricht." Goethe-Institut San Francisco, January 2012.

"Poems by Dragica Rajčić." International Poetry Review. Special Volume on German Poetry: 42 - 52 (with Christine Fritze) (Spring 2012).

"Poems by Dragica Rajčić." Women in German Yearbook 26 (2010): 137-145 (with Christine Fritze).