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Stephen G. Nichols

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Background Information

Employment History

Cambridge Judge Business School


Chair

Department of Romance Language


Interim Director

Sheridan Libraries at Johns Hopkins


Affiliations

Johns Hopkins University

James M. Beall Professor Emeritus of French and Humanities and Research Professor


Mayapple Center for the Arts

Advisory Board Member


Anvil Academic

Board Member


Digital Philology

Founder


Humanities , Inc.

Advisory Board


Council on Library and Information Resources

Distinguished Presidential Fellow


The Medieval Academy of America

Fellow


School of Criticism and Theory

Honorary Senior Fellow


Council on Library and Information Resources

Member, Board


Council on Library and Information Resources

Chairman


Education

MLA's James Russell Lowell Prize

University of Geneva


PhD.


Web References(97 Total References)


The Johns Hopkins News-Letter - Proposed merger in question

www.jhunewsletter.com [cached]

Stephen Nichols, the chair of the Department of Romance Language and Literature, agreed."Far from seeing a reversal, I would call this a responsible effort on the part of the administration to listen and to evaluate proposals," Nichols said."How could one find fault with such prudence?" Nichols would have been the chair of the combined German and Romance Languages department had the consolidation occurred. The combination of the department of German and the Department of Romance language was proposed because the department of German has gotten very small in recent years, with only three tenured professors. resolved," said Nichols. "Clearly I am in favor of and will support any plan that will help us to achieve the common goal of a continuing tradition of pre-eminent German Studies at Hopkins," said Nichols.


The Johns Hopkins News-Letter - Language depts. to combine

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"It is very much a case of 'united we stand.' Indeed the model to bear in mind is that of the European Union," said Stephen Nichols, chair of the Department of Romance Language and Literature."Individually, the lire, the peso, the mark or the franc would never have equalled the dollar.Together, however, the combined currency, the Euro, has become stronger than the dollar."Falk hopes that the new department will encourage more people to study German, make administration more effective and "better the intellectual synergy in various language sections in a broader department.""The union of language sections will encourage intellectual exchange and it will allow us to make imaginative use of visiting professors, for instance," said Nichols.Stephen Nichols will chair the new department, while Professor Campe, current chair of the Department of German, will stay on as a professor. "I am not sure that "merger" is the appropriate term for the structural alliance of German and Romance Languages," said Professor Nichols.Nichols also pointed out that few undergraduates will even notice the chance.


Digging Round One Conference | Digging Into Data

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Steve Nichols
Stephen Nichols, Johns Hopkins University, respondent to Digging into the Enlightenment: Mapping the Republic of Letters. Stephen G. Nichols, a medievalist, is James M. Beall Professor Emeritus of French & Humanities, and Research Professor at Johns Hopkins. He received the MLA's James Russell Lowell Prize for Romanesque Signs: Early Medieval Narrative and Iconography, and his The New Philology was honored by the Council of Learned Journals. He holds an honorary Docteur ès Lettres, from the University of Geneva, and was decorated Officier de l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres from the French government.


Fellows of the Medieval Academy - The Medieval Academy of America

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Stephen G. Nichols 1988


Fellows - The Medieval Academy of America

www.medievalacademy.org [cached]

Stephen G. Nichols (1988), Johns Hopkins Univ.


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