Haac, Oscar A.
HAAC, Oscar A.
HAAC, Oscar A. American (born Germany), b. 1918. Genres: History, Literary criticism and history, Biography, Romance/Historical. Career: Professor Emeritus of French, State University of New York, Stony Brook, since 1988 (Professor, 1965-88; Chairman, Dept. of Romance Languages, 1965-68). Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1948-54; Professor of Romance Languages, Emory University, Atlanta, 1954-65. Visiting Professor, New York University, 1989. Publications: Les Principes Inspirateurs de Michelet, 1951; Jules Michelet: Cours Professe au College de France 1839, 1954; (trans. and author) Max Scheler: Philosophical Perspectives, 1958; P.S. Ballanche: La Theodicée, 1959; (co-author) Points de Vue, 1959; (co-author) Perspectives de France, 1968, 3rd ed. 1982; Marivaux, 1973; (with A. Bieler) Actualité et Avenir: A Guide to France, 1975; Michelet, 1982; (Co-editor) Michelet: Cours professés au G de France, 1838-51, 1995; The Correspondence of J.S. Mill and Auguste Comte, 1841-47, 1994; (ed. and co-author of intro) George Sand, Spiridion, 1999. Died 2000.