Hartmut Lutz (born April 26, 1945) is a professor at the University of Szczecin, Poland. Until April 2011, he had been a professor of American and Canadian studies at the University of Greifswald, Germany, with a special interest in Native American and Native Canadian studies.
Lutz was born in Rendsburg, Germany, and studied at the University of Kiel. He earned his doctorate at the University of Tübingen, and subsequently taught British and American Studies at the University of Osnabrück from 1975 to 1994.
On April 1, 1994, he assumed a professorship at the University of Greifswald, where he established a research centre of Canadian Studies with a particular focus on Canadian Aboriginal literature and other minority literature in Canada. His academic interests are American and Canadian literatures, minority literatures, Native American Studies and issues of race, class and gender in North America.
Since October 2011, full professor at the University of Szczecin (English Department.
- 2003 John G. Diefenbaker Award by the Canada Council for the Arts (awards is funded by the Canadian Government) (see: )
|2005||Blohm, Hans, Alootook Ipellie and Hartmut Lutz. The Diary of Abraham Ulrikab. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press||978-0-7766-0602-6|
|2007||Lutz, Hartmut, Kathrin Grollmuß, Hans Blohm and Alootook Ipellie. Abraham Ulrikab im Zoo: Tagebuch eines Inuk 1880/81. Wesel (Germany): vdL:Verlag. German translation of The Diary of Abraham Ulrikab.||978-3-9263-0810-8|
- http://www.uni-greifswald.de/~anglam/staff/lutz/index.htm (Greifswald University site about Lutz)
- http://www.uni-greifswald.de/~anglam/staff/lutz/vita.pdf (detailed CV and publications) PDF-file