Meet the team

 

 

 

C du Toit
Prof. Catherine du Toit
Professor, French
Chair, Department of Modern Foreign Languages
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2063
Office nr. : 541
E-mail : Prof. Catherine du Toit
Research Interests : The works and world of Henri-Pierre Roché; early 20th century literature; literary biography and autobiographical writings; comparative literature; literary myths; film studies; integration of literature and language teaching; translation
On Teaching : A short word about teaching
CV of Catherine du Toit (pdf) or web page

 

 

I dos Santos
Dr Isabel dos Santos
Senior Lecturer, German
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2065
Office nr. : 559
E-mail : Dr Isabel dos Santos
Research Interests : German literature from the 18th century to the present, Austrian literature of the interwar period (especially Joseph Roth), women in literature, fairy tales, German as a Foreign Language and Suggestopedia, CALL, translation.
CV of Dr Isabel dos Santos (pdf)

 

 

R du Toit
Mrs Renate du Toit
Part-time Lecturer, German
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2050
Office nr. : 558
E-mail : Mrs Renate du Toit
Research Interests : 1. Didactics and methodology of teaching German as a Foreign language (special fields of interest: curriculum development, teaching of grammar, learning strategies, and assessment of language skills in Foreign Language teaching within outcomes based education in South Africa
2. Use of computers in language learning, with emphasis on the evaluation and development of language learning programmes.
CV of Renate du Toit (pdf)

 

 

D Jordaan
Dr Doret Jordaan
Lecturer, German
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2050
Office nr. : 558
E-mail : Dr Doret Jordaan
Research Interests : Ecocriticism, Geocriticism, Literature, Comparative Literature, Landscape, Deserts, Foreign Language Teaching
CV of Doret Jordaan (pdf)

 

 

E Leveel
Prof Éric Levéel
Associate Professor, French
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2032
Office nr. : 544
E-mail : Prof Eric Levéel
Research Interests : Simone de Beauvoir’s Works, Travels and Self-Built Existence. Literature of Travel. Autobiography as a Literary Genre. Gay Maghrebi Literature and the Representation of Homosexuality in North Africa. 20th Century French Literature. The French Intellectual and Artistic World during the Occupation of France (1940-1944). Holocaust and Pre-Holocaust Literature. French-speaking Romanian authors and intellectuals.
CV of Prof Éric Levéel (pdf)

 

 

 

X Luo
Mr Allen Luo
Lecturer, Chinese
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2133
Office nr. : 561
E-mail : Mr Allen Luo
CV of Mr Allen Luo(pdf)

 

 

B Lyu
Mr Bo Lyu
Lecturer, Chinese
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2033
Office nr. : 560
E-mail : Mr Bo Lyu
Research Interests : Renascences and Metaphysical Poetry Studies, Late Victorian Literature Studies, Translation Studies, Financing Project and PPP Strategy, Commercialization of Horror Films, Cinematic Fact and Film Industrial Services, Government Policies on Film Industry.
CV of Mr Bo Lyu (pdf)

 

 

R du Toit
Mrs Wan Chi (Ada) McLachlan
Lecturer, Chinese
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2033
Office nr. : 560
E-mail : Mrs Wan Chi (Ada) McLachlan
Research Interests :2nd Language Acquisition, Chinese as a Foreign Language, Confucianism Studies, Translation, Contemporary Chinese Literature, Chinese CALL.
CV of Mrs Wan Chi (Ada) McLachlan (pdf)

 

 

 

G Ncube
Dr Gibson Ncube
Lecturer, French
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2062
Office nr. : 543
E-mail : Dr Gibson Ncube
Research Interests : French and Francophone literatures, comparative literature, gender and queer studies, onomastics, cultural studies.
CV of Dr Gibson Ncube (pdf)

 

 

Prof von Maltzan
Prof. Carlotta von Maltzan
Professor, German
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2034
Office nr. : 550
E-mail : Prof. Carlotta von Maltzan
Research Interests : Africa in German literature/ Afrika in der deutschsprachigen Literatur; Intercultural Studies/ Interkulturalität; Topographies of Culture: Africa, HIV/AIDS, the city and violence in contemporary literature; German Jewish writers and Holocaust literature; Exile literature 1933-1945 (Klaus Mann); GDR literature (Heiner Müller); Women’s writing/ Gender Studies
CV of Carlotta von Maltzan (pdf) or web page

 

DAAD Lecturer (German)

 

Dr IC Mueller
Dr Ingo Müller
Senior Lecturer, German; DAAD – German Academic Exchange Service
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 3886
Office nr. : 537
E-mail : Dr Ingo Müller
Research Interests : German Literature from the 18th Century to the Present from an Interdisciplinary Perspective; Literary Theory, Literaricity, Aesthetics and Intermediality; Literature of Romanticism & Fin de Siècle; Postcolonial Studies (Representation of Africa in German Literature and Music Theatre); Libretto as a Literary Genre & Dramaturgy of Drama and Opera, German Lied.
CV of Dr Ingo Müller(pdf)

 

Wallonie-Bruxelles International

 

Julie David
Ms Julie David
Lecturer, French;
Wallonie-Bruxelles International – Academic and Cultural Liason Officer
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2133
Office nr. : 555
E-mail : Ms Julie David
Research Interests : Belgian French-speaking literature, French and Francophone literatures, Literary Theory.
CV of Ms Julie David(pdf)

 

Assistant Lecturers & Tutors

French
Mr Jaco du Plooy
Assistant to Vice-Dean (Research)
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2133
Office nr. : 540
E-mail : Jaco du Plooy

 

 

J Steyn
Dr Johanna Steyn
Part-Time Lecturer, French
E-mail : Dr Johanna Steyn
CV of Johanna Steyn (pdf)

 

 

German
Marianne Friedman
Ms Marianne Friedman
Office nr. : 539
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2133
E-mail : Marianne Friedman
 

 

Professor Emeritus

 

 

Secretary

 

Mrs Lizelle Engelbrecht
Senior Departmental Officer
Tel. nr. : (021) 808 2133
Office nr. : 548
E-mail : Mrs Lizelle Engelbrecht

 

Retired Professor

 

Rolf Annas
Prof. Dr Rolf Annas
Associate Professor, German
E-mail : Prof. Rolf Annas
Research Interests :German and Germans in South Africa, Foreign language teaching and testing, Landeskunde, translation
List of publications (pdf)

 

Extraordinary appointments

 

Prof. Michaela Holdenried (Freiburg, Germany)
Prof. Florian Krobb (Maynooth, Ireland)
Prof. Matthias Lorenz (Leibniz University, Hannover, Germany)
Prof. John K. Noyes (Toronto, Canada)
Prof. Gunther Pakendorf (Cape Town)
 

 

 

Updated: 31-May-2019