William Keel

Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures
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Dr. Keel's primary teaching and research interests are in German dialectology, Germanic philology, the structure of Modern German, and German-American studies. He is internationally recognized as an expert on German settlement dialects (Sprachinseln) in the American Midwest and has lectured on that subject at several German universities and the Institut fur deutsche Sprache in Mannheim. He chaired the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures from 1990 to 2011.


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