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Gabel, Gernot Uwe

GABEL, Gernot Uwe

GABEL, Gernot Uwe. German, b. 1941. Genres: Librarianship, Philosophy, Bibliography. Career: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, visiting assistant professor, 1972-73; University of Cologne, Germany, subject specialist at university library, 1976-, deputy chief librarian, 1987-. Publications: IN ENGLISH: Canadian Theses on German Philosophy, 1925-1980, 1985; Ludwig Wittgenstein: A Comprehensive Bibliography of International Theses and Dissertations, 1933-1985, 1988; Kant: An Index to Theses and Dissertations Accepted by Universities in Canada and the United States, 1879-1985, 1989; Sartre: A Comprehensive Bibliography of International Theses and Dissertations, 1950-1985, 1992; Catalogue of Austrian and Swiss Dissertations on English and American Literatures, 1997; Historic Libraries in Europe, 2001. OTHER: Drama und Theater des Deutschen Barock, 1976; Bibliographie Oesterreichischer und Schweizerischer Dissertationen zur Deutschen Philosophie, 1885-1975, 1982; Biblio et Franco: Beitraege zum Bibliotheks- und Verlagswesen Frankreichs, 1991; Verzeichnis Franzoesischer Dissertationen zur Deutschsprachigen Literatur vom Mittelalter bis zum 20. Jahrhundert, 1996; Europae Domus Editoriae: Beitraege zum Europaeis-chen Verlagswesen, 1998; Baugeschichtliche Perspektiven, 2002. Contributor to books and professional journals. Address: Juelichstrasse 7, D-50354 Huerth, Germany.

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