About

Jason Lieblang holds a PhD in Germanic Languages and Literatures from the University of Toronto. He teaches across the CENES German Studies undergraduate curriculum, and has coordinated the Department’s first- and second-year German language levels. His interests include curriculum design; emerging technologies in foreign language learning; teaching with and about comics; masculinities; and the culture of the Weimar Republic.

Jason has twice facilitated Departmental study abroad programs in Berlin; spent two years as faculty in UBC’s Arts One Program; and is currently collaborating with UBC’s Emerging Media Lab on the development of a virtual reality language learning application to be piloted at UBC in September 2019.  


Publications

Review of Martin Brady and Joanne Leal, Wim Wenders and Peter Handke, Collaboration, Adaptation, Recomposition. Focus on German Studies 17, 2012.

(With Jakub Kazecki) “Regression versus Progression: Fundamental Differences in German and American Posers of the First World War.” In Picture This: World War 1 Posters and Visual Culture. Ed. Pearl James. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2009. 111-145.


Courses

Courses include:

GERM 100: Beginners’ German 1

GERM 110: Beginners’ German 2

GERM 200: Intermediate German 1

GERM 210: Intermediate German 2

GERM 302: Contemporary German Literature 1945 to Today

CENS 202: Great Works of Literature from Central, Eastern & Northern Europe

GERM 313: German Academic Discourses


Jason Stefan Lieblang

Associate Professor of Teaching | On leave for 2020-21
phone 604 822 5154
location_on Buchanan Tower 906

Jason Lieblang holds a PhD in Germanic Languages and Literatures from the University of Toronto. He teaches across the CENES German Studies undergraduate curriculum, and has coordinated the Department’s first- and second-year German language levels. His interests include curriculum design; emerging technologies in foreign language learning; teaching with and about comics; masculinities; and the culture of the Weimar Republic.

Jason has twice facilitated Departmental study abroad programs in Berlin; spent two years as faculty in UBC’s Arts One Program; and is currently collaborating with UBC's Emerging Media Lab on the development of a virtual reality language learning application to be piloted at UBC in September 2019.  

Review of Martin Brady and Joanne Leal, Wim Wenders and Peter Handke, Collaboration, Adaptation, Recomposition. Focus on German Studies 17, 2012.

(With Jakub Kazecki) "Regression versus Progression: Fundamental Differences in German and American Posers of the First World War." In Picture This: World War 1 Posters and Visual Culture. Ed. Pearl James. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2009. 111-145.

Courses include:

GERM 100: Beginners' German 1

GERM 110: Beginners' German 2

GERM 200: Intermediate German 1

GERM 210: Intermediate German 2

GERM 302: Contemporary German Literature 1945 to Today

CENS 202: Great Works of Literature from Central, Eastern & Northern Europe

GERM 313: German Academic Discourses

Jason Stefan Lieblang

Associate Professor of Teaching | On leave for 2020-21
phone 604 822 5154
location_on Buchanan Tower 906

Jason Lieblang holds a PhD in Germanic Languages and Literatures from the University of Toronto. He teaches across the CENES German Studies undergraduate curriculum, and has coordinated the Department’s first- and second-year German language levels. His interests include curriculum design; emerging technologies in foreign language learning; teaching with and about comics; masculinities; and the culture of the Weimar Republic.

Jason has twice facilitated Departmental study abroad programs in Berlin; spent two years as faculty in UBC’s Arts One Program; and is currently collaborating with UBC's Emerging Media Lab on the development of a virtual reality language learning application to be piloted at UBC in September 2019.  

Review of Martin Brady and Joanne Leal, Wim Wenders and Peter Handke, Collaboration, Adaptation, Recomposition. Focus on German Studies 17, 2012.

(With Jakub Kazecki) "Regression versus Progression: Fundamental Differences in German and American Posers of the First World War." In Picture This: World War 1 Posters and Visual Culture. Ed. Pearl James. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2009. 111-145.

Courses include:

GERM 100: Beginners' German 1

GERM 110: Beginners' German 2

GERM 200: Intermediate German 1

GERM 210: Intermediate German 2

GERM 302: Contemporary German Literature 1945 to Today

CENS 202: Great Works of Literature from Central, Eastern & Northern Europe

GERM 313: German Academic Discourses