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Dr. Gerd Schroeter fonds
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Dr. Gerd Schroeter fonds

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  • 1951 - 1999

Teaching and research materials of Dr. Gerd Schroeter, professor of sociology at Lakehead University. His work focused on teaching sociology at Lakehead and at other institutions, and research into the history of sociology (particularly re Theodor Geiger and Max Weber). Records are divided into three series: Personal, Teaching, and Research.

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Issue of the Newsletter of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, September, 1967 and leaflet on Racial and Religious Violence in America: a Chronology. Human Experience & Religion Gerd Schroeter, June 12, 1963 notes on Social Psychology D-16. 1960


Both formal and informal correspondence between Dr. Schroeter and a few friends but mainly John B. Harms 1984-87. Photo of John B. Harms family (1989).


Correspondence between Dr. Schroeter the Journal of the History of the Behavioural Sciences and Sociological Theory. Max Weber


Correspondence between Dr. Schroeter and the editor of the History of the Human Sciences.

Dr. Schroeter

Max Weber as Outsider: His Nominal Influence on German Sociology in the Twenties, by Dr. Schroeter, 1980. Horkheimer, Mannheim and the Foundations of Critical Interpretive Social Science, by John B. Harms and Gerd Schroeter, 1990. The Bard of Wichita Falls (In the New York Review), by Robert M. Adams, Aug. 13, 1987.

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