Hartman, Geoffrey H.
HARTMAN, Geoffrey H.
HARTMAN, Geoffrey H. American (born Germany), b. 1929. Genres: Poetry, Literary criticism and history. Career: Yale University, New Haven, CT, Sterling Fellow, 1952-53, Instructor, 1955-60, Morse Faculty Fellow, 1958, Assistant Professor, 1961-62, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, 1967-97, Karl Young Professor, 1974-97, Sterling Professor, 1994-97, Emeritus Professor, 1997-; University of Chicago, Visiting Assistant Professor, 1960-61; University of Iowa, Iowa City, Associate Professor, 1962-64, Professor, 1964-65; Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, Professor, 1965-67; George Washington University, Distinguished Visiting Scholar, 19982000. Fulbright Fellow, University of Dijon, France, 1951-52. Publications: The Unmediated Vision: An Interpretation of Wordsworth, Hopkins, Rilke, and Valery, 1954; Andre Malraux, 1960; Wordsworth's Poetry 1787-1814, 1964; Beyond Formalism: Literary Essays 1958-1970, 1970; The Fate of Reading and Other Essays, 1975; Akiba's Children (poetry), 1978; Criticism in the Wilderness, 1980; Saving the Text, 1981; Easy Pieces, 1985; Psychoanalysis and the Question of the Text, 1985; The Unremarkable Wordsworth, 1987; Minor Prophecies, 1991; The Longest Shadow, 1996; The Fateful Question of Culture, 1997. EDITOR: Hopkins: A Collection of Critical Essays, 1966; Selected Poetry and Prose of William Wordsworth, 1970; New Perspectives on Coleridge and Wordsworth, 1972; Romanticism: Vistas, Instances, Continuities, 1973; Midrash and Literature, 1986; Bitburg in Moral and Political Perspective, 1986; Holocaust Remembrance: The Shapes of Memory, 1994. Address: 260 Everit St, New Haven, CT 06511, U.S.A.