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German language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakers

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Hans Egon Holthusen (1913-1997) Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 11/3/15/6
Abstract German poet and literary critic Hans Egon Holthusen taught German Language and Literature at Northwesern from 1968-1981. His papers contain offprints, manuscripts, publications, and correspondence (copies), which Holthusen received from distinguished European authors, poets, and philosophers.

Otto L. Heinle (1901-1977) Papers

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Identifier: 55/14
Abstract Papers of accountant and German instructor Otto Ludwig Heinle consist of biographical materials, personal correspondence, and materials relating to Heinle's education, teaching career, and musical interests.

Meno Spann (1903-1991) Papers

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Identifier: 11/3/15/4
Abstract Meno Spann was a dynamic and popular teacher of German at Northwestern University from 1943 until his retirement in 1971, returning to teach briefly in 1977. His research interests emphasized the work of late nineteenth and early-twentieth century novelist and short-story writer Franz Kafka. He used puppet shows emulating the performance of Marlowe's Dr. Faustusto aid in teaching and popularizing German and German literature. The Meno Spann Papers are organized into seven...