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A former associate dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences, he helped to develop the Western Culture program that was introduced in Born in Bertrans, Neb. Paul, Minn.
Reformation Europe: 1517-1559, 2nd Edition
Before coming to Stanford in , Spitz had taught history at the University of Missouri from to He retired from teaching at Stanford in He also published Humanism and Reformation as Cultural Forces in German History , and was the author of 15 volumes and more than 80 book chapters. Honored by Concordia Seminary for his contributions to the Lutheran church's Missouri Synod, Spitz maintained a religious view of life and saw teaching as a special vocation.
Sheehan added that Spitz was legendary for his loyalty to his students, whose careers "he furthered with great energy and generosity.
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Another former student recalled an undergraduate course in the history of the Renaissance that he took from Spitz in McLachlan Professor of History, said. I thought it was a powerful testimony to the depth of his learning and his commitment to make it evident, even to beginning students in history, that the things he was saying were based on well-considered documents that he thought had to be confronted in the original.
Spitz received the Harbison Award for outstanding college teaching from the Danforth Foundation in He was a pioneer in interdepartmental teaching and course planning, and was instrumental in developing a new freshman history sequence, for which he drafted the curriculum for the initial quarter in