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About this Guide

This guide is a starting point for research in social, cultural, historical, linguistic, and literary lives of German Canadians. It is part of the work done by members of the German-Canadian Studies research group, Waterloo Centre for German Studies.

 

About the German Canadian Studies Research Group

This research group is part of the Waterloo Centre for German Studies. Members of the German Canadian Studies group investigate historical, cultural, and linguistic phenomena and processes in German-Canadian communities.

Research foci include: English German bilingualism, German Canadiana in Ontario Bibliography, Russian Mennonites, history of the local German community. Of particular interest is the German-Canadian community in Waterloo Region, drawing on Special Collections & Archives available in Dana Porter Library, University of Waterloo.

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Editors of the Berliner Journal

Editors of the Berliner Journal, German-language newspaper in Berlin (Kitchener), Ontario, Canada, ca. 1888. From: The Pennsylvania Dutch Wikipedia.

German Studies Librarian

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Helena Calogeridis
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Dana Porter Library
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History Librarian

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Jane Forgay
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Dana Porter Library
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