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American studies educator

Klaus Heinrich Koehring, American studies educator. Member German Association for American Studies (grantee 1966-1967).

Background

Koehring, Klaus Heinrich was born on May 2, 1941 in Muelheim, Germany. Son of August and Lina (Toelle) Koehring.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Freiburg, Federal Republic Germany, 1965.

Career

Teacher high school, Gernsbach, Federal Republic Germany, 1966-1967, Lindbergh High School, St. Louis, 1967-1968. Assistant professor Auburn (Alabama) University, 1968-1969, University Freiburg, 1969-1970, Teachers College, Heidelburg, Federal Republic Germany, 1970-1972. Associate professor University Hamburg, Federal Republic Germany, 1972-1976.

Professor University Hannover, Federal Republic Germany, 1976-1984. Professor American studies University Oldenburg, Federal Republic Germany, since 1984, dean faculty Federal Republic Germany, 1994-1995. History consultant FWU film project.

1996-1998.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Formen des Long Poem, 1967, Instant English, Volunteer I, 1971, Volunteer II, 1972, Begriffswoerterbuch, 1973, Projects in Politics, 1975. Co-editor Englisch-Amerikanische Studien, 1982-1989. Contributor articles on American literature and culture to professional journals.

Membership

Member German Association for American Studies (grantee 1966-1967).

Connections

Married Baerbel Bachen, June 25, 1976. Children: Klemens, Martin.

father:
August Koehring

mother:
Lina (Toelle) Koehring

spouse:
Baerbel Bachen

children:
Klemens Koehring

Martin Koehring