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American Studies-Gastprofessur

2011: Prof. Dr. Taylor Hagood (Florida Atlantic University)
2009: Prof. Dr. Michael Wutz (Presidential Distinguished Professor, Weber State University, Ogden)
2008: Prof. Dr. Kirby Farrell (University of Massachussetts / Amherst)

Fulbrightprofessoren und weitere Gäste der Fakultät

  • Prof. Dr. Hal Crimmel, Weber State University, WS 2011
  • Prof. Kristin Hoganson, University of Illinois, SoSe 2011
  • Prof. Dr. Taylor Hagood, Florida Atlantic University, WS 09/10-SS 10
  • Prof. Dr. Joseph Tabbi, University of Illinois at Chicago, WS 07/08
  • Prof. Dr. Michael Kimmage, Catholic University of America, Washington DC, SoSe 07
  • Prof. Michelle Wright, University of Minnesota, WS 06/07, SoSe 07
  • Prof. Dr. Rebecca Potter (Fulbright, Univ. of Dayton, OH), WiSe 04/05 und SoSe 05
  • Prof. Dr. James Campbell (Fulbright, Univ. of Toledo), WiSe 03/04 und SoSe 04
  • Prof. Dr. Richard Marranca (Fulbright, Passaic County Community College, Paterson, N.J.), WiSe 02/03 und SoSe 03
  • Prof.Dr. Stefan Kapsch (Fubright, Reed-College, Portland, Oregon), SoSe 02
  • Prof. Susan Hirsch, Loyola University, Chicago – SS 01
  • Prof. Gary Lease, University of California, Santa Cruz – WS 00/01
  • Prof. Jerome Frisk, University of California, Santa Cruz - WS 99/00, SS 00 (LG)
  • Prof. John David Smith, North Carolina State University – WS 98/99, SS 99 (KG)
  • Prof. Paul Harris, Loyola Merrymount University, L. A. – WS 97/98, SS 98 (LG)
  • Prof. Maren Stange, Coopers Union University, New York  – WS 96/97, SS 97 (KG)
  • Prof. John Lowe, Louisiana State University of Baton Rouge – WS 95/96, SS 96 (LG)
  • Prof. Daniel H. Usner, Cornell University – WS 94/95, SS 95 (KG)
  • Prof. David W. Blight, University  of Massachusetts, Amherst  – WS 92/93, SS 93 (KG)
  • Prof. Theresa Toulouse, Tulane University of New Orleans – WS 91/92, SS 92 (LG)
  • Prof. Michael Zimmermann, Tulane University of New Orleans  –  WS 91/92 (KG)
  • Prof.  Lewis Erenberg, Loyola University of Chicago –  WS 90/91, SS 91(KG)
  • Prof. James O. Horton, George Washington University of Washington D. C.  – WS 88/89, SS 89 (KG)
  • Prof. Joseph Logsdon, University of New Orleans – SS 89 (KG)
  • Prof. Edward Jayne, Michigan State University – SS 88, WS 88/89 (LG)
  • Prof. Martin Roth, University of Massachusets, Amherst  – SS 87 (LG)
  • Prof. Leon Fink, University of North Carolina – WS 83/84, SS 84, WS 84/85 (KG)
  • Prof. James Ruppert, University of New Mexico, Gallup – WS 82/83, SS 83 (LG)
  • Prof. Janice Thompson, Fayetteville State University – SS 82 (LG)
  • Prof. Jack Sproat, University of South Carolina, Columbia - SS 82 (KG)
  • Prof. Frank F. Crowley, Eastern Conneticut State College, Willimantic – WS 81/82 (KG)
  • Prof. Daniel Levine, Bowdoin College, Brunswick – WS 79/80, SS 80 (KG)
  • Dr. John Jentz, City University of New York - WS 77/78, SS 78, WS 78/79 (KG)
  • Prof. Bernard Wishy, North Carolina State University - SS 77 (KG)
  • Prof. Ernest Cassara, George Manson University, Fairfax - WS 75/76, SS 76 (KG)
  • Prof. Ronald W. Pruessen, Temple University, Philadelphia - WS 75/76 (KG)
  • Prof. Claude E. Barfield, Yale University - WS 67/68, SS 68 (KG)
  • Prof. Mario De Pillis, University of Massachusetts, Amherst - WS 66/67, SS 67 (KG)
  • Prof. Samuel R. Spencer, Mary Baldwin College, Staunton- WS 65/66, SS 66 (KG)
  • Prof. Albert Howard Carter, St Petersburg Presbyterian College, St Petersburg - WS 63/64, SS 64 (LG)
  • Prof. Olov Wilhelm Fryckstedt - SS 64, WS 64/65, SS 65, WS 65/66, SS 66 (LG)
  • Prof. Willbur Merril Frohock, Harvard University - SS 63 (LG)
  • Prof. Marvin Spevack, City College of New York - SS 62, WS 62/63, SS 63 (LG)
  • Prof. Edgar Lohner, New York University, New York - SS62, WS 62/63 (LG)
  • Prof. John Edward Hardy, University of Notre Dame, Indiana - SS 60, WS 60/61, SS 61, WS 61/62 (LG)
  • Prof. Edward A. White, Scripps College, Claremont - WS 59/60, SS 60 (KG)
  • Prof. Richard N. Current, The Woman´s College of the University of North Carolina, Greensboro - SS 59 (KG)
  • Prof. John Aldridge, Queens College, Flushing - SS 59 (LG)
  • Prof. Kenneth M. Stampp, University of California, Berkeley - SS 57, WS 57/58, SS 68, SS 72 (KG)
  • Prof. Anna Janney De Armond, University of Delaware, Newark - WS 56/57, SS 57, WS 57/58 (LG)
  • Prof. Howard K. Beale, University of Wisconsin, Madison – SS56 (KG)
  • Prof. John Hallowell, Duke University – SS56 (KG)
  • Prof. Julius Pratt, University of Buffalo, New York – SS56 (KG)
  • Prof. H. F. Peters, Reed College, Portland – SS 50 (LG)

University of Minnesota

  • Prof. Sally G. Kohlstedt – SS 97 (KG)
  • Prof. David W. Noble – SS 91 (KG)
  • Prof. Gayle Yates – WS 92/93, SS 89 (LG)
  • Prof. Sam Weber – WS86/87  (LG)
  • Prof. Hyman Berman – SS 85, SS 86 (KG)
  • Prof. Judith A. Martin – SS 86 (KG)
  • Dr. Donald Miles Gillmor, University of Minnesota, School of Journalism and Mass Communication - SS 85 (KG)

Erich Voeglin-Professoren

  • Prof. Roger Daniels, University of Cincinnati – SS 99 (KG+LG)
  • Prof. Mike Weaver, Oxford University, GB - SS 99 (KG+LG)
  • Prof. Myra Jehlen, Rutgers University – SS 95 (KG+LG)
  • Prof. Giles B. Gunn, University of California, Sta Barbara - WS 94/95 (KG+LG)
  • Prof. Sydney W. Mintz , Johns Hopkins University – SS 91(KG+LG)
  • Prof. Robert H. Abzug, University of Texas – WS 90/91(KG+LG)
  • Dr. George Mc Govern ,U. S. Senate – SS 87 (KG+LG)
  • Prof. Kurt Shell, Universität Frankfurt – WS 86/87 (KG+LG)