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Mack Buckley Swearingen

Mack Buckley Swearingen, American educator.

Background

  • Swearingen, Mack Buckley was born on February 5, 1902 in Jackson, Mississippi, United States. Son of George Crawford and Anne (Buckley) Swearingen.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Millsaps College, 1922. Master of Arts, University of Chicago, 1923, Doctor of Philosophy., 1932. Bachelor of Arts, University of Oxford, 1927.

    Career

    • Instructor, Emory University, 1923-1924. Assistant professor Millsaps College, 1927-1928, Marshall College, 1928-1929. Associate professor Tulane University, 1931-1938.

      Professor, chairman social science div. Georgia State College for Women, 1938-1942. Professor, chairman society science div.

      Elmira College, 1942-1952, professor, 1952-1966. Professor of history Lake Erie College, 1966-1968. Professor Ankara U., 1955-1956.

      Assistant professor of University Texas at Austin, summer 1929. Professor Duke, summer 1941, Cornell Univercity, summer 1943, 44, 45, U. Vermont summer 1949-1953. Rhodes scholar, 1924-1927.

      Recipient Rockefeller Foundation grant, Turkey, 1957-1958. Address: Painesville OH.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Louise Foster, September 2, 1933. Children: George Lin.
    • father: George Crawford Swearingen
    • mother: Anne (Buckley) Swearingen
    • spouse: Mary Louise Foster
    • child: George Lin Swearingen
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    Born February 5, 1902
    Died October 10, 1969
    (aged 67)
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