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  1. Ursula Mary Niebuhr (née Ursula Mary Keppel-Compton) (August 3, 1907 [1] – January 10, 1997) was an English American academic and theologian. She was the founder and longtime head of the Department of Religion at Barnard College in New York City, USA. She was born in Southampton, England.

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    Ursula Niebuhr. Pädagogische Mitarbeiterin. Bereiche: Deutsch, Fremdsprachen. Tel.: (02173) 794-4502 Zimmer 017. E-Mail

  3. Karl Paul Reinhold Niebuhr (* 21. Juni 1892 in Wright City, Missouri; † 1. Juni 1971 in Stockbridge, Massachusetts) war ein einflussreicher US-amerikanischer evangelischer Theologe, Philosoph, Politikwissenschaftler und Autor. Er lehrte von 1928 bis 1960 Religionsphilosophie am reformierten Union Theological Seminary in New York .

  4. Ursula Mary Niebuhr (3. August 1907 - 10. Januar 1997) war eine englisch-amerikanische Akademikerin und Theologin. Sie war Gründerin und langjährige Leiterin des Department of Religion am Barnard College in New York City, USA. Sie wurde in Southampton, England, geboren.

  5. 12. Jan. 1997 · Ursula Niebuhr, the founder and longtime chairwoman of the department of religion at Barnard College, died on Friday at her home in Stockbridge, Mass. She was 89 and the widow of the theologian...

  6. 25. Jan. 2012 · My research on Niebuhr indicates that his wife, Ursula, was in this case—and probably others—not only a major influence but a virtual coauthor. Ursula Keppel-Compton and Reinhold Niebuhr were married in December 1931 at England's Winchester Cathedral, near her home in Southampton.

  7. We praise Your name now and forever more. Ursula M. Niebuhr (1907-1997) founded the religion department at Barnard College in 1931 and continued as professor and chairwoman there for two decades. Born in Southampton, England, she was the first woman to win a fellowship to Union Theological Seminary.