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Literature educator

Peter Olaf Stummer, Czech, German literature educator. Member of German Association for the Study of Australia and Canada, British Australian Studies Association, Association Commonwealth Language and Literature Studies.

Background

Stummer, Peter Olaf was born on June 1, 1942 in Jauernig, Czech Republic. Arrived in Germany, 1946. Son of Franz and Gerda (Stenzel) Stummer.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Munich, 1969.

Career

German studies assistant University Aberdeen, Scotland, 1966—1967. Tutor English department University Munich, 1967—1969, assistant professor English department, 1974—1978, lecturer English department, 1978—2007, retired, 2007. Secondary school teacher Rosenheim, Germany, 1969—1971.

Assistant professor English department University Cologne, Germany, 1971—1974. Originator postgraduate program English-Speaking Countries University Munich, since 1988. Former vice president German Association for the Study of the New England Lits.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: The Story Must Be Told, 1986. Co-editor: The Industrial Revolution, 2 vols., 1991, Fusion of Cultures?, 1996.

      Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books.

Membership

Member of German Association for the Study of Australia and Canada, British Australian Studies Association, Association Commonwealth Language and Literature Studies.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Photography, poetry, sports.

Connections

Married Anna Maria Schwegmann, July 12, 1974.

father:
Franz Stummer

mother:
Gerda (Stenzel) Stummer

spouse:
Anna Maria Schwegmann