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Lance Lubelski

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Thursdays, 5-7pm (Fall 2013)

Biography

The working title of my dissertation is "Negotiating Care: Health and Medicine in the German Lands, 1450-1648." I have researched for the project in Hesse, Bavaria, and Baden-Wuerttemberg.

I have published on cinema in publications such as the Journal of American Studies of Turkey on the film Sleeping Beauty and on H-FILM on Brian Price, Neither God Nor Master: Robert Bresson and Radical Politics. I have also published in four World Film Locations volumes, on Paris, Las Vegas, Marseille, and Prague, all edited by Marcelline Block. I have further presented at the MLA 2012 Conference on the Romanian New Wave.

I have also published a review of Phil Soergel, Miracles and the Protestant Imagination, on H-German; and a review of the book The Bleeding of Mozart.

My past research centered on the medical career of Michael Servetus (1509/1511-1553). I presented on Servetus at the University of Maryland and the University of Kansas.

Specializations / Research Interest(s)

  • History of Medicine
  • Knowledge Networks and Knowledge Circulation
  • Early Modern Germany
  • History of the Body (Bodies)
  • Women's History
  • Mahayana Buddhism
  • History of Cinema
  • American Film
  • French Film
  • History of Care

Research Description

  • The working title of my dissertation is "Negotiating Care: Health and Medicine in the German Lands, 1450-1648." I have researched for the project in Hesse, Bavaria, and Baden-Wuerttemberg.

Education

  • B.A., Kent State University (2006)
  • M.A., University of Cincinnati (2009)
  • University of Leicester (UK)

Grants

  • DAAD Research Fellowship, 2012-13

Courses

  • "Europe in the World: Encounter and Exchange, 1250-Present"

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