Papers (ca. 1963-2003) of East Carolina University History professor, 1969-2001, including correspondence, historical, biographical and bibliographic research materials; clippings; notes for lectures and writings, drafts, manuscripts and proofs of papers and publications, including his dissertation; microfilm and microfiche records, computer diskettes, note cards; conference travels records; University and History Department committees and activity files; stamp collections; and materials concerning his education, interest in Renaissance and Reformation History and Protestant theology and philosophy; Martin Luther; Ancient Near and Far East History; History of Greece; History of Rome; Medieval History; European History, 1400-2000; German History, 1500-1800; United States History since 1929; and the Kennedy Assassination, 1963. English and German language. See Administrative Information below for additions to collection.
Dr. Bodo Nischan was a European History professor at East Carolina University from 1969 until his death in 2001. His particular interest was in Renaissance and Reformation history and Protestant theology and philosophy.
This collection contains material relating to Dr. Nischan's research, publications, and work as a European History professor at East Carolina University (1963-2005). Types of material include correspondence, manuscript drafts and proofs, lecture and research notes, microfilm, microfiche, and University activity files.
Gift of Mrs. Gerda Nischan
Gift of Dr. Gerd Biegel
Gift of Dr. Jonathan A. Reid
Encoded by Martha G. Elmore, November 1, 2006
Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.