Synonyms for germanistics or Related words with germanistics
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After his "Abitur", he served at the front in 1917-1918 in the First World War and afterwards studied history and
between 1919 and 1922.
In Berlin in 1968, one slogan of the German student movement stated ""Schlagt die Germanistik tot, färbt die blaue Blume rot!"" ("Strike
dead, color the blue flower red!") The discipline of
was targeted as a sclerotic field, not suited to the needs of the people of the present.
He taught German Language and Philosophy at Bernardinuscollege in Heerlen, and is now professor of Philosophy and
among others at the Lomonosow University of Moscow.
, Philosophy, English and Slavic studies at the Free University of Berlin and started to work as a teacher in North Rhine-Westphalia.
He studied philosophy,
and classics (1939–47, interrupted by World War II) and is considered to be one of the most important German philosophers of the century. He died on 28 March 1996 in Altenberge (near Münster), Germany.
and Romance studies in Innsbruck and Salzburg and was a poet and literature critic, as well as general secretary of the Grazer Autorenversammlung literary association in Vienna.
Eugen Gottlob Winkler (1912 in Zürich - 1936 in Munich) was a German writer and essayist. He grew up in Stuttgart and studied
, Romantic philology and art history at Munich, Paris, Tübingen and Cologne.
In 1970 she joined the newly created Central Institute for Literary History ("Zentralinstitut für Literaturgeschichte" / ZIL) in order to work in its
department. Her qualifications in
were fairly mainstream in the East German academic world, but the depth of her knowledge of Slavic studies was unusual. At around this time she brought both expertise sets to her doctoral dissertation entitled "Johannes R. Bechers Publizistik in der Sowjetunion 1933-1945" (""Johannes R. Becher's journalism in the Soviet Union 1933-1945""), which provided new insights on literary aspects of the Brecht-Lukács debates on at the time.
Irzykowski came from an aristocratic land-owning family that had fallen on hard times. In 1889–93, he studied
in Lwów (Lemberg). In 1894–95, he worked occasionally as a teacher, but his outspokenness prevented him from obtaining further work in that line. From 1895, he lived in Lwów and worked as a parliamentary and court stenographer.
Rudolf Drößler spent his childhood in the German city Zeitz, where he made his general qualification for university entrance in 1952. He studied
as well as Astronomy in Leipzig till 1956. After that he was teacher at the "Geschwister-Scholl"-school in Zeitz for several years.
Duden was born in Lackhausen, Rhineland. After receiving his Abitur in 1846 in Wesel, Duden studied history,
, and classical philology at Bonn. There he joined the "Wingolfsbund" student organization and took part in the political activities of the student societies during the revolutionary year 1848.
Beneš studied Bohemistics and
at the Charles University in Prague, ending in 1930. Later, he worked on several places as a teacher in schools providing secondary education. After World War II he briefly worked at the Ministry of Education, then returned to the teaching. From the beginning of the 1960s he lectured at pedagogic institutes in Liberec and Ústí nad Labem.
After her graduation she studied
and Anglistics in Berlin. Later she took acting classes in Berlin and London. In London she was a news presenter for the German language programme of BBC. In 1990 she became a presenter of the German news network n-tv.
He studied economics,
and history of art in Berlin. After publishing works about Lichtenstein (1905) and Heinrich von Kleist (1907), he became the editor of the literary magazine "Pan". From 1914 to 1915 and from 1918 to 1929 he wrote for the "Forum", a journal advocating global peace. He was also the publisher of the daily newspaper "Die Republik" from 1918 to 1919.
She completed her "Abitur" in Ludwigsburg in 1966, and studied History,
and Religion. She then became a teacher of German. Eva Köhler was a member of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) from 1972 to 1990 (as she advocated Willy Brandt's Ostpolitik) and participated in local politics. She left the SPD because she disliked the politics of Oskar Lafontaine.
Peter H. Salus is a linguist, computer scientist, historian of technology, author in many fields, and an editor of books and journals. He has conducted research in
, language acquisition, and computer languages. He has a 1963 PhD in Linguistics from New York University.
Krebs was discharged in March 1919, leaving him free to begin studies in
, history, national economics, and English language in Würzburg, Tübingen, Marburg and Frankfurt am Main. In 1922, he graduated and in the same year, he joined the Nazi party, the NSDAP.
In 1985 she wrote her habilitation work in Trier University (Department of
, section of Yiddish studies). Currently she is a Professor Emeritus of the same institution. Her husband, Gustav Adolf Beckmann, a German philologist who specialized in Romance languages, was her collaborator on a number of books.
Basch Viktor Vilém, or Victor-Guillaume Basch (18 August 1863/1865, Budapest – 10 January 1944) was a French politician and professor of
and philosophy at the Sorbonne descending from Hungary. He was engaged in the Zionist Movement, in the Ligue des droits de l'homme (president from 1926 to 1944) and in Anti-nazism .
Mazzino Montinari (4 April 1928 – 24 November 1986) was an Italian scholar of
. A native of Lucca, he became regarded as one of the most distinguished researchers on Friedrich Nietzsche, and harshly criticized the edition of "The Will to Power", which he regarded as a forgery, in his book "The will to power does not exist".
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