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Literature educator

Ulrich Camillus Knoepflmacher, German, American. British literature educator. Member Modern Language Association, Northeast Victorian Association, North America Victorian Studies Association(Behrman award), Children's Literature Association(Anne Devereaux Jordan award 2007), Childrens literature Association.

Background

Knoepflmacher, Ulrich Camillus was born on June 26, 1931 in Munich, Germany. United States citizen. Son of George A. and Hilde (Weiss) Knoepflmacher.

Education

Bachelor of Arts California, Berkeley, 1955. Master of Arts, University California, Berkeley, 1957. Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, 1961.

Career

From instructor to associate professor University California, Berkeley, 1961-1969, Humanities Research professor, 1966-1967, 77. Assistant dean University California College Letters and Sciences, 1967-1971. Professor University California, 1969-1979.

Professor English Princeton University, 1979—2007, now William and Annie S. Paton Foundation professor ancient and modern literature. Emeritus visiting professor Harvard University, 1971. Graduate professor Tulsa University, 1979, Bread Loaf School English, 1981, 83, 85, 87, New York University, 1982, Johns Hopkins University, 1983.

Advisory board Publications Modern Language Association, 1977-1981, Studies in English Literature, 1979— VIJ, since 1982, Children's Literature, since 1987. Director National Endowment of the Humanities summer seminars, 1975, 84, 86, 89, 90, 91, 95, 99.

Works

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, Northeast Victorian Association, North America Victorian Studies Association(Behrman award), Children's Literature Association(Anne Devereaux Jordan award 2007), Childrens literature Association.

Connections

Married; 4 children.

father:
George A. Knoepflmacher

mother:
Hilde (Weiss) Knoepflmacher

wife:
Linda M. Shires