Kim Misfeldt, Professor (German)

B.A. Double Honours (German and French), University of Saskatchewan
M.A., University of Saskatchewan
Ergänzungsstudiengang Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Universität Kassel
Ph.D., Queen's University

Dr. Kim Misfeldt teaches German language, literature and women's studies courses. She has published on Heinrich von Kleist, Mariella Mehr and drama pedagogy. Kim also does presentations on childhood sexual abuse and violence against women.

Recognized for excellence in teaching and dedication to her students, Dr. Misfeldt was the recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award in 2000 and in 2011 received the Rutherford Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. In 2013, Kim was named a 3M National Teaching Fellow.

Ingrid Urberg

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison
B.A., Luther College - Decorah, Iowa

Dr. Ingrid Urberg teaches Norwegian language and Scandinavian literature and culture courses, and she is also a recipient of the Augustana Distinguished Teaching Award. A number of her courses are inter- and cross-disciplinary in nature, and Viking Age Mythology and Scandinavian Crime Fiction are among the courses she has recently developed. Dr. Urberg's research interests include personal narratives and polar literature, and her projects have brought her to northern Norway, Greenland and Svalbard.

Dr. Urberg may be reached at 780.679.1573, or by e-mail at ingrid.urberg@ualberta.ca.