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Paul Wolfgang Beutin

Paul Wolfgang Beutin, German humanities educator. Recipient prize Kurt Tucholsky Society, 1956, 57. Member Union of Authors (Germany)(functionary since 1991), Union Education and Science, Oswald von Wolkenstein Society, Forum Vormärz Research.

Background

  • Beutin, Paul Wolfgang was born on April 2, 1934 in Bremen, Germany. Son of Paul Gustav and Charlotte Louise (Teitge) Beutin.

  • Education

    • Diploma in civil service, University Hamburg, Germany, 1961. Doctor, University Hamburg, 1963. Privatdozent, University Bremen, Germany, 1996.

    Career

    • Assistant University Hamburg, 1963-1968, lecturer, 1971-1999. Professor University Göttingen, Germany, 1973. Lecturer University Oldenburg, Germany, 1981-1982, University Lüneburg, Germany, since 1990.

    Works

    • Author: Sexuality and Obscenity, 1990, Barlach or the Access to the Unconscious, 1994, The Democrat Fritz Reuter, 1995, History of the Peace Idea Since Immanuel Kant, 1996, ANIMA Inquiries into Women's Mysticism of the Middle Ages, 3 vols., 1997-1999.

    Membership

    Member Union of Authors (Germany)(functionary since 1991), Union Education and Science, Oswald von Wolkenstein Society, Forum Vormärz Research.

    Personality

    Interests

    Alpine trekking.

    Connections

    • Married Elsbeth Eleonore Gebhard, December 31, 1963 (divorced February 1977). 1 child, Friedrich Olaf. Married Heidi Elise Seifert, March 10, 1978.

      1 child, Lorenz Göstation.
    • father: Paul Gustav Beutin
    • mother: Charlotte Louise (Teitge) Beutin
    • spouses: Elsbeth Eleonore Gebhard
    • Heidi Elise Seifert
    • children: Friedrich Olaf Beutin
    • Lorenz Göstation Beutin
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    Born April 2, 1934
    Nationality
    Ethnicity:
    • 1961
      University Hamburg
    • 1963
      University Hamburg
    • 1996
      University Bremen
    • 1973
      professor, University G+
      Germany
    • 1981 - 1982
      lecturer, University Oldenburg
      Germany
    • 1990
      lecturer, University Oldenburg
      Germany

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