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Gabel, Gernot Uwe 1941-

GABEL, Gernot Uwe 1941-

PERSONAL: Born November 3, 1941, in Gotenhafen, Germany; son of Gerhard (a military officer) and Paula Gabel; married Gisela Jahns, 1968. Ethnicity: "White, European." Education: Attended universities in Germany; Rice University, Ph.D., 1971; University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill, M.S.L.S., 1973.

ADDRESSES: Home—Juelichstrasse 7, D-50354 Hürth, Germany; fax: +49-2233-65-866. Office— Library, University of Cologne, Universitätsstrasse 33, D-50931 Cologne, Germany. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER: Educator, librarian, and author. University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill, visiting assistant professor, 1973; University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany, subject specialist at university library, 1976—, deputy chief librarian, 1987—, lecturer, 1987-90.

WRITINGS:

in english

Theses on Germany Accepted for Higher Degrees by the Universities of Great Britain and Ireland, [Hamburg, Germany], 1973.

Canadian Theses on German Philosophy, 1925-1980, [Cologne, Germany], 1985.

Ludwig Wittgenstein: A Comprehensive Bibliography of International Theses and Dissertations, 1933-1985, [Cologne, Germany], 1988.

Kant: An Index to Theses and Dissertations Accepted by Universities in Canada and the United States, 1879-1985, [Cologne, Germany], 1989.

Sartre: A Comprehensive Bibliography of International Theses and Dissertations, 1950-1985, [Cologne, Germany], 1992.

Catalogue of Austrian and Swiss Dissertations on English and American Literatures, [Hürth, Germany], 1997.

Historic Libraries in Europe, [Hürth, Germany], 2001.

Contributor to professional journals, including European Bookseller, Judaica Librarianship, and Library Times International.

other

Drama und Theater des Deutschen Barock, [Hamburg, Germany], 1976.

Bibliographie Österreichischer und Schweizerischer Dissertationen zur Deutschen Philosophie, 1885-1975, [Hamburg, Germany], 1982.

Répertoire bibliographique des thèses françaises (1885-1975) concernant la littérature française, [Cologne, Germany], 1984.

Biblio et Franco: Beiträge zum Bibliotheks-und Verlagswesen Frankreichs, [Hürth, Germany], 1991.

(Coeditor) Der entmündigte Philosoph: Briefe von Franziska Nietzsche an Adalberg Oehler, [Hürth, Germany], 1994.

Verzeichnis französischer Dissertationen zur deutschsprachigen Literatur vom Mittelalter bis zum20. Jahrhundert, [Hürth, Germany], 1996.

Verzeichnis französischer Dissertationen (1885-1990) zur deutschsprachigen Literatur, [Hürth, Germany], 1996.

Europae Domus Editoriae: Beiträge zum Europäischen Verlagswesen, [Hürth, Germany], 1998.

(Coeditor) De Officio Bibliothecarii: Beiträge zur Bibliothekspraxis: Hans Limburg zum 65. Geburtstag Gewidmet, Greven Verlag, [Cologne, Germany], 1998.

(Coeditor) Vond er Handelshochschule zue Universität, [Cologne, Germany],

Baugeschichtliche Perspektiven, [Cologne, Germany], 2002.

Contributor to Buch und Bibliothek, Bibliotheksdienst, and Bulletin des Bibliothèques de France.

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