Alexander (Alec) Badenoch completed a PhD in German Studies at the University of Southampton (UK) in 2004, and is currently instructor in media and culture studies at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands.His 2008 book, Voices in Ruins, about radio during the post-WWII Allied occupation of Germany, recently won the IAMHIST prize for best work in media and history 2007-2008. His current book (with Sarah Moss) "Chocolate: a global history" appeared in October, 2009.
John Davidson is Associate Professor of German, Graduate Studies Committee Chair and Director of the Program of Film Studies at Ohio State University. Specializations: German film and visual culture; post-Enlightenment literature; contemporary critical theories.
Heather Harris is a publications assistant at the Southern Center for International Studies in Atlanta.
Amy Metzger is currently in her third year of medical school at Washington University in St. Louis. Her photographs of Berlin architecture have been displayed at several galleries, including at Stirlings in Sewanee . In 2008, she completed a research project at the Charité Institute for the History of Medicine in Berlin.
Greg Wolf earned his M.A. and Ph.D. in German from Ohio State University, and is currently an Associate Professor of German at North Central College in Naperville, Illinois. He enjoys introducing his students to German literature and culture and recently returned from a trip to Berlin with them.