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Paul Cornelius teaches classes in film and television at Mahidol University’s In- ternational College in Thailand. His areas of interest include American film and society, representations of the Vietnam War on film and in television, Weimar and Nazi Cinema, as well as genre studies. Currently, his writing addresses the depiction of madness in the cinema and American Visions of Southeast Asia in Classical Hollywood Cinema. Previously, he taught cinema studies at Southern Methodist University in the United States, American studies at the University of Oldenburg in Germany, and interdisciplinary studies at the University of Texas at Dallas. Paul Cornelius holds a Ph.D. in humanities from the University of Texas at Dallas. Email: email@example.com Professor Eberhard Demm has taught at the Universities of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, Amsterdam (Gemeente Universiteit), Paris X, Paris XII, Lyon III, and Koszalin (Poland). He was visiting professor at the Universities of Berlin (Hum- boldt and Free University), Heidelberg, Latvia (Riga), Nancy II (Socrates Lectures) and Middlebury College, Vermont, USA. He is now attached to the Research Center CERAAC of the University Stendhal-Grenoble III. His recent publications include: Auf Wache für die Nation. Erinnerungen. Der Weltkriegsagent Juozas Gabrys berichtet, 1911–1918 (2013), co-edited with Christina Nikolajew; Else Jaffé-von Richthofen. Erfülltes Leben zwischen Max und Alfred Weber (2014). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Nicole Ogasa has studied in Hamburg, Hawai’i, and New York. After having worked as a lecturer for English and German in China, India, Japan, and Austria she is now holding a position as...
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