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Katherine Mather Littell, American arts dealer. Grant, National Institute Education, 1973, Bucknell University, 1975, Pro Helvetia, 1978, Ministry Education People's Republic of China. Member of Harvard Club (San Francisco), Sulgrave Club (Harvard Radcliffe of New York ), M.H. DeYoung Museum Society, Yosemite Association, Crocker & Museum Association.

Background

Littell, Katherine Mather was born on June 5, 1936 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Daughter of Norman M. and Katherine M. (Maher) Littell.

Education

Bachelor Magna cum laude in English, Radcliffe College, 1958. Postgrad German Exchange Service scholar, University Munich, 1958—1959. Master of Arts in German Literature, Harvard University, 1961.

Doctor of Philosophy in Germanic Languages & Literature, Columbia University, 1972.

Career

Instructor german language & literature Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City, 1966—1969. Assistant professor Edinboro State College, Pennsylvania, 1969—1970. Associate professor, 1970—1972.

Professor methods of foreign language teaching, German literature, 1972—1976. Assistant professor department modern languages Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, 1976—1978. Research associate, 1976—1982.

Proprietor Fine Arts Research Associates, since 1982. Lecturer Santa Rosa Junior College, Yuba City Community College. Consultant bilingual education Center Susquehanna Intermediate Unit, 1972—1976.

Director Bilingual Program.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Jeremiah Gotthelf's Die Kaserel in der Vehfeude, A Didactic Satire, 1977, Chris Jorgensen, California Pioneer Artist. Contributor articles to professional journals & magazines, columns in newspapers.

Membership

Member of Harvard Club (San Francisco), Sulgrave Club (Harvard Radcliffe of New York ), M.H. DeYoung Museum Society, Yosemite Association, Crocker & Museum Association.

Connections

father:
Norman M. Littell

mother:
Katherine M. (Maher) Littell