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[Photo]: Daniel Nützel

Daniel Nützel (Deceased)


Appointments

Associate Professor of German; Hoyt-Reichmann Scholar of German-American Studies; Director of the Max Kade Center for German-American Studies (deceased)

Education

Studied at: Universität Bayreuth; University of Cincinnati; Universität Hamburg; Université de Paris IV (Sorbonne); Xavier University; PhD: Purdue University

Academic Interests

German-American Studies, Sociolinguistics, Dialectology, Historical Linguistics, Transnational Studies

Awards

DAAD Fellow, 1986; Fulbright Scholar, 1992-94

Publications

Nützel, Daniel. 2009. The East Franconian Dialect of Haysville, Indiana: A Study in Language Death. Regensburger Dialektforum, vol. 15, ed by. Rupert Hochholzer et al. Regensburg: Edition Vulpes; Nützel, Daniel, ed. 2009. The Bohemian-German Dialect Remembered, by Paul Kretsch. Minneapolis: Edinborough Press; Contributions to Linguistic Atlases: Kleiner Bayerischer Sprachatlas, ed. by Werner König and Manfred Renn. 2005. Munich: dtv; Bayerischer Sprachatlas. Regionalteil IV: Sprachatlas von Nordostbayern. Band I: Lautgeographie I (Vertretung der mittelhochdeutschen Kurzvokale), ed. by Robert Hinderling et al. Heidelberg: Winter. Articles on German dialectology and language death in various international publications.

Service

Book Review Editor, H-Transnational German Studies; Advisory Board, Milwaukee Turner Digitization Project; Reviewer, Diachronica; Board Member, Indiana German Heritage Society (IGHS); Co-Chair, IGHS Research and Publications Committee

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