Mar. 19, 2008 - "The motto Wij zijn klein maar groot (We are small but great) expresses the sentiment of the Dutch in Utah," wrote William Mulder, emeritus professor of American studies at the University of Utah. As a fellow Dutchman in Utah, Mulder achieved greatness on many levels, professional and personal, local and abroad. continue reading
Dr. William Mulder obituary
Dr. William Mulder obituary - Obituary provided by UtahTributes ... With Hyderabad as a second home for the family, the years in India, full of travel, ...
Prof leaves worldwide influence - Salt Lake Tribune
Former University of Utah professor of English William Mulder. ... East Center) and developed its American Studies Research Center in Hyderabad, India.
Deseret Morning News The eloquent Dutchman
Mulder was also the guiding force in establishing the American Studies Research Center in India. He initiated its programs in Hyderabad, attracting scholars ...
American Studies in India, a Personal Memoir
He was William Mulder, professor of English at the University of Utah, ..... a professor at the University of Hyderabad, India's University Grants ...
Deseret Morning News Late professor was a brilliant, gifted scholar
He initiated its programs in Hyderabad, attracting scholars from throughout the continent. Mulder came to love India almost as a second home and returned ...
In Memoriam, William Mulder, 1915 ~ 2008, Humanists of Utah
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Monday, April 21, 2008
"Gentleman scholar, mentor, bibliophile, Mormon historian, English and American studies professor and advocate of Indo-American scholarship and understanding, Mulder, 92, died Wednesday, Mar. 12 at his home. Born in Haarlem, Holland in 1915, he immigrated to the United States with his parents in 1920, first to New Jersey and six years later to Salt Lake City. "