Stefan Soldovieri

Chair and Associate Professor of German
Affiliated Faculty, Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies
Graduate Faculty, School of Environment


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Prof. Soldovieri’s current research and teaching interests are in environmental humanities and cultures of extraction and energy production in German contexts. He is a member of the Environmental Humanities Working Group in the Jackman Humanities Institute and graduate faculty member at the School of the Environment.

Professor Soldovieri is cofounder of iPRAKTIKUM, an experiential learning and internationalization initiative that provides U of T students from all disciplines with impactful internships in the GTA and abroad. iPRAKTIKUM’s Germany-based futurGenerator programs in Berlin and Freiburg focus on sustainability and social innovation. Professor Soldovieri has also been instrumental in creating a new learning pathway in the form of a Certificate in Global German Studies.


Ph.D. – University of Wisconsin Madison
B.A. – Duke University


20th and 21st Century German Studies
Environmental Humanities
Terrestrial Cultures
Cultures of Energy and Extraction
Cinema Studies


Visions of the Anthropocene
Global Issues – German Contexts

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