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This profile was last updated on 10/30/12  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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Employment History

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  • Treasurer
    St. Andrew
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Women in German Studies (WIGS)
www.wigs.ac.uk, 30 Oct 2012 [cached]
Helen Chambers
University of St Andrews
Literature 1830-1939 (esp. T. Fontane, J. Roth)
Comètes
www.cometes.org, 22 May 2006 [cached]
Professor Helen Chambers (University of St Andrews)
The Episco-Lutheran Venture
www.episcopal-dwtx.org, 12 Feb 2006 [cached]
According to Ella Chambers, treasurer of St. Andrew's, "The church has indeed reached the point where it no longer goes from collection to collection in order to meet its obligations and is able to contribute more and more to outreach projects in the community."
sharp fall
www.scilt.stir.ac.uk, 7 Nov 2005 [cached]
Professor Helen Chambers, head of St Andrews University's German department, also criticised the executive's decision, which she said sent the wrong signal to local councils.
"There is a growing attrition and narrowing of the language subjects available to Scottish children.There seems to be a tendency away from offering a range of languages because of the executive's policy, " she said.
Humor and Irony 19C German Women's L, 9781571133045, £45.00/$75.00, 2007
www.camden-house.com, 22 Feb 2009 [cached]
Helen Chambers
Nineteenth-century German literature is seldom seen as rich in humor and irony, and women's writing from that period is perhaps even less likely to be seen as possessing those qualities. Yet since comedy is bound to societal norms, and humor and irony are recognized weapons of the weak against authority, what this innovative study reveals should not be surprising: women writers found much to laugh at in a bourgeois age when social constraints, particularly on women, were tight. Helen Chambers analyzes prose fiction by leading female writers of the day who prominently employ humor and irony. Arguing that humor and irony involve cognitive and rational processes, she highlights the inadequacy of binary theories of gender that classify the female as emotional and the male as rational. Chambers focuses on nine women writers: Annette von Droste-Hülshoff, Ida Hahn-Hahn, Ottilie Wildermuth, Helene Böhlau, Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach, Ada Christen, Clara Viebig, Isolde Kurz, and Ricarda Huch.
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Helen Chambers is Professor of German at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, UK.
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A very different picture emerges, however, from Helen Chambers' new book.. [The] study is an important contribution to nineteenth-century women's literature.. GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW
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