With Wittenberg's English Department from 1966 - 1984, Paul Rodgers taught American literature courses, including American Transcendentalism, and a variety of other courses.
Epitaph: " On his good days he was awesome" (anonymous student evaluation).
BA, Middlebury College (VT) ('53--Phi Beta Kappa); MA ('58) and PhD ('65) Columbia University in the City of New York (Ellis and other Fellowships).
(B.A., Georgetown College; M.A., Kentucky; Ph.D., Ohio University; D. Litt, Georgetown)
B.A., Rutgers University; Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania.
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(B.A., Calvin; M.A., Bowling Green; Ph.D., Massachusetts; further study at the Free University in Amsterdam, the University of Toronto, and the University of Michigan.)
Harvey Damaser was with the English Department from 1966 - 1997. While at Wittenberg, he taught courses in American literature, focusing on American drama with a seminar on O'Neill.
While teaching at Wittenberg from 1966 - 1998, Bill Cobau specialized in the history of the English novel and taught general courses like Brit Survey I and II.
A member of the English Department's faculty from 1966 - 1999, Dr. Brinkman taught mainly 18th century literature, history of the English language and grammar.
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