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Dr. Eugen Rosenstock-Hussy, Professor of the History of La. v and of German Law at the University of Breslau, Germany, and now a visiting lecturer on government at Harvard University, has been appointed Kuno Francke Professor of German art and Culture at Harvard for the first half of 1934-35, it was learned yesterday at University Hall.
Professor Hussy, who obtained his LL.D, in 1909 and was given his Ph.D. in 1922, Both at the University of Heidelberg, started his teaching career at the University of Leipzig in 1912. He served through the Great War, and afterwards founded the Academy of Labour at the University of Frankfurt in 1921. In 1923 he was appointed Professor at the University of Breslau, and began his foreign career as a lecturer at Oxford University in 1926.
During the second half year the chair will be held by Dr. Paul Kluckhohn, present professor of German Language and Literature, at the University of Tubingen.
He received his Doctorate from the University of Gottingon in 1909, and was appointed an instructor at the University of Muster in 1913. After serving in the War, "he returned to Munster and was promoted to an Associate Professorship in 1920. Five years later he was called to Danzig as a full professor of German Language and Literature, and in this capacity he also spent the years 1927 to 1931 at Vienna, since then he has been a member of the faculty at Tubingen.
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