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Roland Hagenbuechle

American literature educator

Roland Hagenbuechle, American literature educator. Member European Association American Studies, Modern Language Association, Milton Society of America, Society Study Midwestern Literature.

Background

Hagenbuechle, Roland was born on October 13, 1932 in Homburg, Switzerland. Son of Ferdinand and Josephine (Baumann) Hagenbuechle.

Education

Doctorat, University Zurich, Switzerland, 1967. Guest professor University Goettingen, Federal Republic Germany, 1974-1975, John F. Kennedy Institute, Berlin, 1975-1976, University Bern, Switzerland, 1976-1977. Professor American literature University Wuppertal, Federal Republic Germany, 1977-1980, Catholic University Eichstatt, Federal Republic Germany, since 1980.

Career

Professor American lit. Editor: American Poetry Between Tradition and Modernism, 1865-1914, 1984, Poetic Knowledge: Circumference and Center, 1980, Poetry and Epistemology, 1986, Poetry and the Fine Arts, 1989.

Works

  • Author: Choice and the Fall of Man in Milton's Paradise Lost, 1967, Self-Encounter in the Poetry of E. Dickinson, 1975 (University Zurich Venia legendi 1975), Emily Dickinson:Wagnis der Selbstbegegnung, 1988. Editor: American Poetry Between Tradition and Modernism, 1865-1914, 1984, Poetic Knowledge: Circumference and Center, 1980, Poetry and Epistemology, 1986, Poetry and the Fine Arts, 1989. Captain infantry, Swiss Army, since 1964.

    Swiss National Foundation fellow Yale University, New Haven, 1968-1970, American Council Learned Societies fellow Yale University, 1971-1972.

Membership

Member European Association American Studies, Modern Language Association, Milton Society of America, Society Study Midwestern Literature.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, mountain climbing.

Connections

Married Helen Imfeld, March 30, 1964.

father:
Ferdinand Hagenbuechle

mother:
Josephine (Baumann) Hagenbuechle

spouse:
Helen Imfeld