Members of the Advisory Board of the DGfA (as of June 2021)

Including the extension of the mandates due to Covid-19: The terms of office extend once by one year to 5 years in 2020. Listed below is the new end of terms or date for possible re-election.


Prof. Dr. Mita Banerjee, Mainz (2021) | Re-election in 2025

Prof. Dr. Carmen Birkle, Marburg (ex officio, 2021)

Prof. Dr. Rebecca Brückmann, Bochum (2021) | Re-election in 2025

Prof. Dr. Barbara Buchenau, Duisburg-Essen (2019) | Re-election in 2024

Prof. Dr. Jeanne Cortiel, Bayreuth (2017) | Re-election in 2022

Prof. Dr. Birgit Däwes, Flensburg (ex officio, 2021)

Prof. Dr. Volker Depkat, Regensburg (2017) | Re-election in 2022

Prof. Dr. Karsten Fitz, Passau (2021), International Delegate | Re-election in 2025

Prof. Dr. Andrew Gross, Göttingen (2019) | Re-election in 2024

Prof. Dr. Axel Jansen, Washington, D.C. (2021) | Re-election in 2025

Prof. Dr. Katja Kanzler, Leipzig (2016, 2021) | Term expires in 2025

Prof. Dr. Uwe Küchler, Tübingen (2018) | Re-election in 2023

Prof. Dr. Christian Lammert, FU Berlin (2021) | Re-election in 2025

Prof. Dr. Sabine Meyer, Bonn (2021) | Re-election in 2025

Prof. Dr. Anke Ortlepp, Köln (ex officio)

Prof. Dr. Heike Paul, Erlangen (ex officio)

Prof. Dr. Marc Priewe, Stuttgart (2017) | Re-election in 2022

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Judith Rauscher, Köln (2018) 

Prof. Dr. Heike Schäfer, Frankfurt (2016, 2021) | Term expires in 2025


Sidenote: Prof. Dr. Carmen Birkle exercises voting rights jointly with Prof. Dr. Birgit Däwes. The two editors of Amerikastudien / American Studies have only one vote, which cannot be shared. Both are ex officio members of the advisory board, just as Anke Ortlepp and Heike Paul in their capacity as editors of American Studies: A Monograph Series.