Karl Bartsch

Since the Renaissance period, the Heidelberg studia litterarum has belonged to an education field defined as Knowledge of languages and literatures as an essential feature of human goodwill and culture. While the Faculty was founded in 1968 in the wake of the Division of the Faculty of philosophy, the organizational roots of scientific research and teaching new languages at the University of Heidelberg pass back to the 18th and 19th centuries, if not before. In 1873, seminars were established under Karl Bartsch, in modern languages, under whom, all academic appointmentsRead More