Bruce Haywood

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Bruce Haywood, (born in York, England in 1925), served as a professor of German language and literature, dean and provost of Kenyon College, and was president of Monmouth College in Illinois.[1]

Early life and education[edit]

Raised in Allerton Bywater, Yorkshire in 1925, Haywood served with British Army intelligence corps near Bremerhaven in northern Germany for twenty-seven months at the end of World War II,[2] then attended the University of Leeds. He then went on the McGill University, where he studied under Willem Graff for his bachelor's and masters degrees in 1950. He then moved on to Harvard University, where he completed his doctorate under Stuart Atkins[3] in 1954 with a thesis on "A study of imagery in the works of Novalis."[4]

Academic career[edit]

Recruited by the President of Kenyon College, Gordon Keith Chalmers, Haywood served as a faculty member at Kenyon College, where he was professor of German language and literature from 1954 to 1966, then dean and provost from 1967 to 1980. Appointed the tenth president of Monmouth College, he served in that position until 1994.

Published works[edit]

  • Novalis, the veil of imagery; a study of the poetic works of Friedrich von Hardenberg, 1772–1801 's-Gravenhage, Mouton, 1959; Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1959.
  • The Essential College, Gambier, OH: XOXOX Press, 2006
  • Allerton Bywater: A Yorkshire Boyhood, Gambier, OH: XOXOX Press, 2007
  • Bremerhaven: A Memoir of Germany, 1945-1947, Nantucket, MA, EditAndPublishYourBook.com/ Lulu;

1st edition (21 September 2010)

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ Publishers Information
  2. ^ Haywood, The Essential College, pp. 9–14.
  3. ^ Haywood, The Essential College, pp. 32–43
  4. ^ Harvard College Library Catalogue "HOLLIS"