Dorothee Leesing

Sessional Lecturer
Regional Research Area
Education

Ph.D, University of British Columbia 2021

M.A., University of Washington 2014

M.Ed., University of Muenster 2013

B.A. University of Muenster 2010


About

Dorothee Leesing is a Sessional Lecturer at CENES.


Teaching


Research

Dr. Dorothee Leesing is a member of the Narratives Cluster of the Migration Research Group at UBC. Her research is embedded in media and mobility studies through the environmental and postcolonial lense. She is currently working on a publication of transcribed letters of German POW during WWI in Japan.

Contact her for cooperations related to Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Urban and Mobility Studies, Game Studies and Ecocriticism.


Publications

Leesing, Dorothee “Classical Records”, 2021/10 – 2022/05. Unconventional podcast guide to the 2021/2022 Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s program. www.blogs.ubc.ca/classicalrecords; https://open.spotify.com/show/0Vmxytl25O0WA61yjynIpo?si=4df85cb1fc00463e

Leesing, Dorothee and Yamamoto, Ai. “Toys Production of German POW in Japanese Camps during WWI” (submitted 3/2022).  Centre for Migration, Small Grants for Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborations.

Leesing, Dorothee. “The Game Environment as Boss Fight – the High-Rise in Early Handheld Gaming”, Architecture and Culture. April 27 2022. https://doi.org/10.1080/20507828.2022.2062694

Leesing, Dorothee. “Meaning making strategies on the balcony: the night sky in K. Taha’s Beschreibung einer Krabbenwanderung” Crossings – Journal of Migration and Culture, May 16 2022. https://doi.org/10.1386/cjmc_00056_1

Leesing, Dorothee. “Engaging the High-Rise in German Media Culture – Aspects of Vertical Living from 1945 to 2020” T. University of British Columbia, 2021. Web. 27 Apr. 2021.

https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/ubctheses/24/items/1.0396884>. Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) 2008+

Leesing, Dorothee, Hahn, Friederike et al. Aggressiver Humor in den Medien am Beispiel der TVShows TV total und Krömer – die internationale Show In: Halyna Leontiy (ed.) Komik im Kontext von Kultur, Gender und Macht. University of Muenster, 2013


Awards

Selection of FELLOWSHIPS / GRANTS/AWARDS

Interdisciplinary History Research Cluster, Seed Grant, 2021

President’s Academic Excellence Initiative PhD Award, 2020

Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, 2019, 2020

GSI Funding, 2019/2020

4 Year Fellowship UBC, 2015 – 2019

CENES Graduate Travel Award, 2018 and 2019

Dr Joyce Hallamore Scholarship, 2018-2020

Lourie-Jetter Award, 2019/2020

Arts Graduate Student Research Awards, 2018

CENES Graduate Travel Award, 2016

University of Washington Graduate Scholarship, 2013/2014

PROMOS (DAAD mobility grant), 2011

Erasmus Scholarship, 2009/2010


Dorothee Leesing

Sessional Lecturer
Regional Research Area
Education

Ph.D, University of British Columbia 2021

M.A., University of Washington 2014

M.Ed., University of Muenster 2013

B.A. University of Muenster 2010


About

Dorothee Leesing is a Sessional Lecturer at CENES.


Teaching


Research

Dr. Dorothee Leesing is a member of the Narratives Cluster of the Migration Research Group at UBC. Her research is embedded in media and mobility studies through the environmental and postcolonial lense. She is currently working on a publication of transcribed letters of German POW during WWI in Japan.

Contact her for cooperations related to Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Urban and Mobility Studies, Game Studies and Ecocriticism.


Publications

Leesing, Dorothee “Classical Records”, 2021/10 – 2022/05. Unconventional podcast guide to the 2021/2022 Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s program. www.blogs.ubc.ca/classicalrecords; https://open.spotify.com/show/0Vmxytl25O0WA61yjynIpo?si=4df85cb1fc00463e

Leesing, Dorothee and Yamamoto, Ai. “Toys Production of German POW in Japanese Camps during WWI” (submitted 3/2022).  Centre for Migration, Small Grants for Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborations.

Leesing, Dorothee. “The Game Environment as Boss Fight – the High-Rise in Early Handheld Gaming”, Architecture and Culture. April 27 2022. https://doi.org/10.1080/20507828.2022.2062694

Leesing, Dorothee. “Meaning making strategies on the balcony: the night sky in K. Taha’s Beschreibung einer Krabbenwanderung” Crossings – Journal of Migration and Culture, May 16 2022. https://doi.org/10.1386/cjmc_00056_1

Leesing, Dorothee. “Engaging the High-Rise in German Media Culture – Aspects of Vertical Living from 1945 to 2020” T. University of British Columbia, 2021. Web. 27 Apr. 2021.

https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/ubctheses/24/items/1.0396884>. Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) 2008+

Leesing, Dorothee, Hahn, Friederike et al. Aggressiver Humor in den Medien am Beispiel der TVShows TV total und Krömer – die internationale Show In: Halyna Leontiy (ed.) Komik im Kontext von Kultur, Gender und Macht. University of Muenster, 2013


Awards

Selection of FELLOWSHIPS / GRANTS/AWARDS

Interdisciplinary History Research Cluster, Seed Grant, 2021

President’s Academic Excellence Initiative PhD Award, 2020

Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, 2019, 2020

GSI Funding, 2019/2020

4 Year Fellowship UBC, 2015 – 2019

CENES Graduate Travel Award, 2018 and 2019

Dr Joyce Hallamore Scholarship, 2018-2020

Lourie-Jetter Award, 2019/2020

Arts Graduate Student Research Awards, 2018

CENES Graduate Travel Award, 2016

University of Washington Graduate Scholarship, 2013/2014

PROMOS (DAAD mobility grant), 2011

Erasmus Scholarship, 2009/2010


Dorothee Leesing

Sessional Lecturer
Regional Research Area
Education

Ph.D, University of British Columbia 2021

M.A., University of Washington 2014

M.Ed., University of Muenster 2013

B.A. University of Muenster 2010

About keyboard_arrow_down

Dorothee Leesing is a Sessional Lecturer at CENES.

Teaching keyboard_arrow_down
Research keyboard_arrow_down

Dr. Dorothee Leesing is a member of the Narratives Cluster of the Migration Research Group at UBC. Her research is embedded in media and mobility studies through the environmental and postcolonial lense. She is currently working on a publication of transcribed letters of German POW during WWI in Japan.

Contact her for cooperations related to Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Urban and Mobility Studies, Game Studies and Ecocriticism.

Publications keyboard_arrow_down

Leesing, Dorothee “Classical Records”, 2021/10 – 2022/05. Unconventional podcast guide to the 2021/2022 Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s program. www.blogs.ubc.ca/classicalrecords; https://open.spotify.com/show/0Vmxytl25O0WA61yjynIpo?si=4df85cb1fc00463e

Leesing, Dorothee and Yamamoto, Ai. “Toys Production of German POW in Japanese Camps during WWI” (submitted 3/2022).  Centre for Migration, Small Grants for Faculty-Graduate Student Collaborations.

Leesing, Dorothee. “The Game Environment as Boss Fight – the High-Rise in Early Handheld Gaming”, Architecture and Culture. April 27 2022. https://doi.org/10.1080/20507828.2022.2062694

Leesing, Dorothee. “Meaning making strategies on the balcony: the night sky in K. Taha’s Beschreibung einer Krabbenwanderung” Crossings – Journal of Migration and Culture, May 16 2022. https://doi.org/10.1386/cjmc_00056_1

Leesing, Dorothee. “Engaging the High-Rise in German Media Culture – Aspects of Vertical Living from 1945 to 2020” T. University of British Columbia, 2021. Web. 27 Apr. 2021.

https://open.library.ubc.ca/collections/ubctheses/24/items/1.0396884>. Electronic Theses and Dissertations (ETDs) 2008+

Leesing, Dorothee, Hahn, Friederike et al. Aggressiver Humor in den Medien am Beispiel der TVShows TV total und Krömer – die internationale Show In: Halyna Leontiy (ed.) Komik im Kontext von Kultur, Gender und Macht. University of Muenster, 2013

Awards keyboard_arrow_down

Selection of FELLOWSHIPS / GRANTS/AWARDS

Interdisciplinary History Research Cluster, Seed Grant, 2021

President’s Academic Excellence Initiative PhD Award, 2020

Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, 2019, 2020

GSI Funding, 2019/2020

4 Year Fellowship UBC, 2015 – 2019

CENES Graduate Travel Award, 2018 and 2019

Dr Joyce Hallamore Scholarship, 2018-2020

Lourie-Jetter Award, 2019/2020

Arts Graduate Student Research Awards, 2018

CENES Graduate Travel Award, 2016

University of Washington Graduate Scholarship, 2013/2014

PROMOS (DAAD mobility grant), 2011

Erasmus Scholarship, 2009/2010