Dr. Dian Fetter

 
Dr. Dian Fetter

born 1931
from Baltimore

15 Stories

6.3 min
Dian talks about her love for Egyptology, about the work in Walters Museum in Baltimore and collabroration with Regine Schulz and Matthias Seidel.
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8.6 min
Dian had a rich and challenging life. She talks about the importance of sociological changes brought by the people who belived in them and fought for them.
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2.8 min
Dian loved helping her students and helping to shape their lives. That was her mission in life. She recalls two students who started loving opera thanks to her.
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7.9 min
Dian talks about her doctorate and her career as a researcher and a university teacher. Moreover, she speaks about her students and new approaches to studying that she introduced.
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2.1 min
Dian talks about and interesting experience in Turkey. She lost a purse with all her documents and money but, as she did once in New York, she found it intact.
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6.2 min
After graduation Dian, just as many of her colleagues did, moved to New York. It was an exciting period and she enjoyed it. She tells a story of the purse that she lost and, as incredible as it sounds, found in...
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4.2 min
With great admiration Dian talks about her italian firend - a jazz singer who suffered polio and remained palalyzed.
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3.2 min
Dian recalls the life in the university houses: the curfew, the exchange of ideas and the encouraging environment.
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8.2 min
Dian talks about her first years at Syracuse University and about people she met there. She chose carefuly her friends and spent time with people like the sculptor Ivan Mestrovic and the philosopher Susanne Lan...
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7.6 min
Dian talks about her family and the influence her parents and her grandparents had on her. She grew up surrounded with music and love and was always encouraged to study.
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