Entries tagged with "literary studies"

Bosch scholar and folk literature specialist. Fraenger's father was a judge and twice mayor of Erlangen, Emil Karl Hermann Fraenger; his mother was Wilhelmine Jacobine Fraenger. He entered the university in Heidelberg in 1910, beginning his art writing career with reviews of contemporary art shows for the Heidelberger Zeitung in 1912, including Alfred Kubin und Max Zachmann. Fraenger was awarded a prize by the University in 1913 for an essay, "Kunsttheorie des 17.

Hogarth scholar and literary historian; Professor of English, Yale University and Johns Hopkins University. Paulson graduated from Yale University in 1952. After serving two years in the United States Army (artillery), 1952-54, he returned to Yale to complete his Ph.D. in 1958, writing his dissertation on Jonathan Swift. He taught as an instructor at the University of Illinois 1958-59, advancing to Assistant Professor, 1959-62 and Associate Professor, 1962-63. In 1963 he moved to Houston where he was named professor at Rice University.

Professor of English and writer on art history. Sypher was born to Harry Wylie Sypher and Martha Berry (Sypher). He graduated from Amherst College in 1927, continuing for two master's degrees, the first from Tufts University, in 1929 and, after marrying Lucy Johnston the same year, pursued a second from Harvard University in 1932. He joined Simmons College, Boston, as an instructor beginning in 1929. Sypher was awarded his Ph.D., from Harvard in 1937.