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language educator , Humanities educator

Richard T. Gray, American language educator, humanities educator. Member of American Association 18th-Century Studies, International G. E. Lessing Society, German Studies Association, American Associate Teachers German, Modern Language Association.

Background

Gray, Richard T. was born on July 5, 1952 in Cleveland. Son of Richard A. Gray and Lucretia Guia.

Education

Bachelor, University North Carolina, Greensboro, 1974. Master of Arts, University Cincinnati, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, University Virginia, Chralottesville, 1981.

Career

Associate professor German Mills College, Oakland, California, 1983—1991. Lockwood professor in humanities University Washington, Seattle, since 1991, Germanics department chair, 1992—2000. Rodig lecturer Rutgers University, 2006.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (book) Constructive Destruction: Kafka's Aphorisms, Stations of the Divided Subject, About Face: German Physiognomic Thought, A Franz Kafka Encyclopedia, Money Matters: Economics and the German Cultural Imagination. Translator: Friedrich Nietzsche, Unfashionable Observations, Friedrich Nietzsche, Unpublished Fragments, What is Neostructuralism?. Translator: (editor) Unification and Its Discontents.

      Editor: Approaches to Teaching Kafka's Short Fiction, Hegel und Nietzsche: Eine lierarisch-philosophische Begegnung.

Membership

Member of American Association 18th-Century Studies, International G. E. Lessing Society, German Studies Association, American Associate Teachers German, Modern Language Association.

Connections

Married Sabine Wilke, December 6, 1984. 1 child Cora Lucretia Wilke-Gray.

father:
Richard A. Gray

mother:
Lucretia Guia

spouse:
Sabine Wilke

child:
Cora Lucretia Wilke-Gray