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Arthur Henry Moehlman

Arthur Henry Moehlman, American educator, author.

Background

  • Moehlman, Arthur Henry was born on February 19, 1907 in Rochester, New York, United States. Son of Conrad Henry and Bertha (Young) Moehlman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Rochester, 1928. A.M., Doctor of Philosophy, University Michigan, 1932. International fellow, U. Basel (Switzerland), 1929.

    Career

    • Instructor history and social science University of Michigan, 1929-1932. Assistant professor of history and social science Ohio State University, 1932-1936, associate professor, 1937-1940. Professor of history and philosophy of education U. Iowa, 1946-1954.

      Professor of history and philosophy of education University Texas, from 1954, emeritus until 1978, director Center History of Education, from 1966. Cultural attache American embassy, Bonn, Germany, 1962-1964. Research professor of history philosophy of education Sorbonne, U. Paris, 1951-1952.

      Fulbright lecturer contemporary American civilization Göttingen, Germany, 1961-1962, State Department lecturer comparative education. Guest lecturer U. Basel, 1962, U. Hamburg, 1964, also U. Heidelberg, U. Bonn. Field reader, consultant United States Office Education.

    Works

    • Author: A History of Dur Times, Volume 1 and 2, 1937. Comparative Educational Systems, 1963. Monographs in history and philosophy of education Editor Our Times, 1936-1937.

      The German Armed Forces, 1941. Comparative Education, 1952. Comparative Educational Systems, 1963, trans into Spanish and Japanese.

      A Guide to Computer-Assisted Historical Research in American Education, 1969. Vol. XVIII, Theorien der Demokratischen Erziehung und Bildung, 1977-1978. Contributor articles to professional journals Research history and philosophy education, comparative education.

      (with wife) joint research higher education field trips Ecology and Axiology of Universities American and European, summers 1967, 70, 72, 73. Japanese research journey, 1974. Survey St. Andrews Boy High School, Osaka, Japan.

      Contributor history geografic and educational reviews to Our Times, 1937. Author manuals and handbooks for armed forces. Writer, instructor television project Adventures in Education, 1957-1958.

      Inventor computer-data management system’s research technique, Morphology of Categories. MORC Fourteen Fator systems analyst. Comparative history studies international higher education, comparative studies in planning educational policy.

      Development (with C. Yurkanan, J. Edmondson) Data Entry Template. Also interdisciplinary Omega Project.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member Commission International Education, P.D.K., from 1948. Served to colonel Army of the United States, 1941-1946. Fellow American Geography Society, Philosophy Education Society, Royal Geography Society, Comparative Education Society.

    Member American History Association, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Reserve Officers Association, Institute Latin American Studies (executive secretary), All U. Research Council, Phi Beta Kappa.

    Connections

    • Married Marguerite Carolyn Reichenbourg, December 22, 1933. Children: Michael Scott, Stephen Mackaye, Patricia des Roses, Jacqueline Arnauld.
    • father: Conrad Henry Moehlman
    • mother: Bertha (Young) Moehlman
    • spouse: Marguerite Carolyn Reichenbourg
    • children: Michael Scott Moehlman
    • Stephen Mackaye Moehlman
    • Patricia des Roses Moehlman
    • Jacqueline Arnauld Moehlman
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    Born February 19, 1907
    Died February 8, 1978
    (aged 70)
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