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Ben Bryce

Benjamin Bryce became affiliated with the CCGES in 2006 when he began his MA in history at York. In 2007-2008, he participated in a graduate student exchange to the Freie Universität in Berlin where he wrote his Major Research Paper. Benjamin began his PhD in September 2008. He represented the CCGES at a conference in Konstanz in December 2008 and on a study trip to observe the German federal elections in September 2009.

He defended his dissertation, “Making Ethnic Space: Education, Religion, and the German Language in Argentina and Canada, 1880-1930,” in January 2013. His research has been supported by the German Academic Exchange Service as well as several Canadian and international grants and scholarships.

To find out more about his research, teaching, and public engagement, visit his website: or follow him on Twitter @BenjaminBryce2