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Gatch, Milton McC., Jr.

GATCH, Milton McC., Jr.

GATCH, Milton McC., Jr. American, b. 1932. Genres: Librarianship, Literary criticism and history, Theology/Religion. Career: Shimer College, Mount Carroll, IL, Chaplain and Chairman of Humanities, 1964-67; Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Associate Professor of English, 1967-68; University of Missouri, Columbia, Associate Professor, 1968-72, Chairman of Dept., 1971-74, Professor of English, 1972-78; Union Theological Seminary, NYC, Professor of Church History, 1978-98, Director of the Burke Library, 1991-98, Emeritus, 1998-. Publications: Death: Meaning and Mortality in Christian Thought and Contemporary Culture; 1969 Loyalties and Traditions: Man and His World in Old English Literature; Preaching and Theology in Anglo-Saxon England: Aelfric and Wulfstan, 1977; (ed. with C.T. Berkhout) Anglo-Saxon Scholarship: The First Three Centuries, 1982; So Precious a Foundation: The Library of Leander van Ess at the Burke Library of Union Theological Seminary, 1996; The Yeats Family and the Book, circa 1900, 2000; Eschatology and Christian Nurture: Themes on Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Religious Life, 2000. Author of articles. Address: 105 E 29th St, New York, NY 10016, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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