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translator , Humanities educator

Ferrel Victoria Rose, American humanities educator, translator. Grantee Grinnell College, 1994, 97, German Academy Exchange, 1988; Fulbright fellow, 1990-1991, Overseas Community Involvement fellow Hewlett Foundation, 1995. Volunteer Western Kentucky Refugee Mutual Assistance, Bowling Green, 1998. Member American Association Teachers German, American Translators Association, Women in German.

Background

Rose, Ferrel Victoria was born on March 31, 1962 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of William Gamaliel and Shan Rose.

Education

Bachelor, Swarthmore College, 1983. Master of Philosophy, Yale University, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1991.

Career

German professor Grinnell (Iowa) College, 1991-1997. Educator, translator Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1997-1999, Language Institute, Bowling Green, since 1999.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach's Female Artists, 1994. Editor, contributor: Thalia's Daughters, 1996, Major Figures of 19th Century Austrian Literature, 1998, The Feminist Encyclopedia of German Literature, 1997.

Membership

Volunteer Western Kentucky Refugee Mutual Assistance, Bowling Green, 1998. Member American Association Teachers German, American Translators Association, Women in German.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, aerobics, walking, reading.

Connections

Married Robert Lee Dietle, March 14, 1992.

father:
William Gamaliel

mother:
Shan Rose

spouse:
Robert Lee Dietle