Borchardt, Frank L.

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BORCHARDT, Frank L.

BORCHARDT, Frank L. American, b. 1938. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, assistant professor of German, 1965-68; City University of New York, Queens Coll., Flushing, assistant professor of German and comparative literature, 1968-71; University of Wurzburg, W. Germany, Fulbright research fellow, 1971-72; Duke University, Durham, NC, associate professor, 1971-92, professor of German, 1992-. Publications: German Antiquity in Renaissance Myth, 1971; (ed. with M.C. Salinger) A Conversation Is the Life of Leland R. Phelps, 1987; Doomsday Speculation as a Strategy of Persuasion, 1990. Address: Duke University, Department of Germanic Language & Literature, Durham, NC 27708-0256, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]