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Mark Person|Department of Modern & Classical Languages

Mark Person

Mark Person

Academic Professional Lecturer
German

B.A., M.A. University of Wyoming

Mark Person is a native of Cheyenne, Wyoming. While completing his graduate studies at Rutgers University, he also served as Director of their Summer Program in Konstanz, Germany. He has concentrated his studies on 19th century German poetry, particularly the work of Heinrich Heine. He has read papers on Heine, Schiller and 19th century Realism at national conferences in the U.S. In addition to his teaching duties, he also is the Director of the Language Lab. His interests include fly-fishing and motorcycling.

Teaching

GERM 1010: First Year Part 1 GERM 1020: First Year Part GERM 2030-01: Second Year Part 1 GERM 2030-02: Second Year Part 1 for Engineers & Business GERM 2140: Introduction to Literature GERM 4070: Fourth Year GERM 4080:German-English and English-German Translation GERM 4100: Survey of German Literature 1

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