k ' j. '··* · * *·' 's· - "··'* On 22nd January 1972 Professor Max Gorosch celebrated bis 60th birthday. ''< ·^ · ·/ ':^:·^ m?mm> ;·&*:<; ^f^z*. \Ä· Ä^Ä-rs'.i i*l Professor Gorosch who has done much to further the discipline of Applied Linguistics, was born in Stockholm, the City to which bis parents had emigrated from Estonia and Latvia in Russia. After taking bis M. A. in Latin, Greek and Classical Archeology at the University of Stockholm in 1936 he studied modern languages (English, French, Spanish). In 1950 he completed bis Ph. D.-thesis on ,,El Fuero de Feruel", a Mediaeval Spanish City law. Since 1952 Professor Gorosch has been Director of the Section for Applied Linguistics at the University of Stockholm. He has also been Associate Professor of Spanish at the same university since 1968 and Professor of Spanish in the Language Department of the Copenhagen School of Economics since 1969. His publications in the field of Applied Linguistics include English without a Book (Berlin: Cornelsen, 1967) with Carl-Axel Axelsson äs co-author, a publication which has been used äs a textbook in most Swedish primary schools; Modern Languages and the World of To-day (Strasbourg: Council of
IRAL - International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1972
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