Hermann Kantorowicz

Hermann Ulrich Kantorowicz (18 November 1877, Posen, German Empire – 12 February 1940, Cambridge) was a German jurist.

He was a professor at Freiburg University (1923-1929), and a Visiting Professor, Columbia University (1927), as well as at Kiel University (1929-1933). He was dismissed from Kiel on political and antisemitic grounds in 1933, and became lecturer at the 'University in Exile' and at City College, New York, 1933–34. Then he was lecturer at the London School of Economics, All Souls College Oxford and Cambridge University, 1934–37, and Assistant Director of Research in Law, Cambridge, 1937-1940. Provided by Wikipedia
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