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H. G. Haile Edit Profile

German language and literature educator

H. G. Haile, German language and literature educator. Fulbright fellow, 1955; fellow American Council Learned Societies, 1961-1962.

Background

Haile, H. G. was born on July 31, 1931 in Brownwood, Texas, United States. Son of Frank and Nell (Goodson) Haile.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University Arkansas, 1952;Master of Arts, University Arkansas, 1954;student, University Cologne, Germany, 1955-1956;Doctor of Philosophy, University Illinois, 1957.

Career

Instructor, University of Pennsylvania, 1956-1957;assistant professor, then associate professor, U. Houston, 1957-1963;member of faculty, University of Illinois, Urbana, since 1963;professor German, University of Illinois, since 1965;head Department, University Illinois, 1964-1973;associate member, University of Illinois (Center for Advanced Study), since 1969. Visiting professor University of Michigan, U. Georgia.

Works

Connections

Married Mary Elizabeth Huff, September 1, 1952. Children: Jonathan, Christian, Constance Haile Hunsaker. Married Elizabeth Wade, March 17, 1990.

father:
Frank Haile

mother:
Neil (Goodson) Haile

spouses:
Mary Elizabeth Huff

Elizabeth Wade

children:
Jonathan Haile

Christian Haile

Constance Haile Hunsaker Haile