Gerhard Schulz (literary scholar)
Gerhard Ernst Otto Schulz (born August 3, 1928 in Löbau ) is a literary scholar . The emeritus professor of German studies became known as the author of two standard works on German-language literature from 1789 to 1830.
Schulz received his doctorate from the University of Leipzig and left Europe in 1959. After stays at the Universities of Melbourne and Adelaide , he was appointed to the newly established Chair of German Studies at the University of Western Australia in Perth in 1965 . In 1969 Schulz received the chair for Germanic Studies at the University of Melbourne. Since 1993 he has been professor emeritus at this educational institution.
- 1974: Goethe Medal in gold
- 1985: Federal Cross of Merit, 1st class
- 1988: Eichendorff Medal
- 1996: Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
- 2004: Award of an honorary doctorate by the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg
- 2009: Award of an honorary doctorate by the University of Leipzig
- 1973: Fellow , Australian Academy of the Humanities (President 1989–1992)
- 1977: Corresponding member of the German Academy for Language and Poetry
- German literature between the French Revolution and the Restoration. Part 1. The Age of the French Revolution: 1789–1806. Munich 1983, ISBN 3-406-00727-9 .
- German literature between the French Revolution and the Restoration. Part 2. The Age of the Napoleonic Wars and the Restoration: 1806–1830. Munich 1989, ISBN 3-406-09399-X .
- Exotic feelings. Goethe and his Germans. Munich 1998, ISBN 3-406-44206-4 .
- Kleist . A biography. Munich 2007, ISBN 978-3-406-56487-1 .
- Novalis . Life and work of Friedrich von Hardenberg , CH Beck, Munich 2011, ISBN 978-3-406-62781-1 .
- Literature by and about Gerhard Schulz in the catalog of the German National Library
- Gerhard Schulz turns 90: Australian branch , portrait in the FAZ on August 3, 2018
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Schulz, Gerhard Ernst Otto|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German literary scholar|
|DATE OF BIRTH||August 3, 1928|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Löbau|