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French and Italian language professor

Rainer Zaiser, French and Italian language professor. Recipient Strassburg prize, University Strasbourg, France, 1994. Member of Modern Language Association, North America Society 17th Century French Literature (executive committee since 2005).

Background

Zaiser, Rainer was born on June 5, 1955 in Grotzingen, Germany. Son of Alfred Zaiser and Hedwig Steck.

Education

Certified in French studies, Bryn Mawr College, Avignon, France, 1980. Degree, University Tubingen, Germany, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy, University Tubingen, Germany, 1987.

Habilitation, University Tubingen, Germany, 1993.

Career

Assistant professor French and Italian University Tubingen, 1987—1994. Visiting professor French and Italian University Regensburg, Germany, 1994. Visiting professor Italian University Munich, 1994—1996.

Visiting professor French and Italian University Cologne, Germany, 1996—1998, associate professor French and Italian, 1998—2005. Professor French and Italian University Kiel, Germany, since 2005. Member science council Center International Rencontres sur le XVII Siecle, since 2004.

Works

Membership

Member of Modern Language Association, North America Society 17th Century French Literature (executive committee since 2005).

Connections

Married Ingeborg Stockle, September 20, 1985.

father:
Alfred Zaiser

mother:
Hedwig Steck

spouse:
Ingeborg Stockle