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William Irvine

William Irvine, American educator. Member American Association University Professors, American Civil Liberties Union, Modern Language Association Beta Kappa.

Background

  • Irvine, William was born on June 9, 1906 in Carson Hill, California, United States. Son of Louis A. and Katharine (Thomas) Irvine.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Stanford, 1928. Student of University Heidelberg and University Munich, 1928-1929. A.M., Harvard, 1931, Doctor of Philosophy, 1934.

    Career

    • One son, John Louis Irvine. Lecturer, Mills College, 1934-1935. Member of faculty Stanford, 1935-1964, professor of English, since 1948.

      Visiting Professor of English U. North Carolina, 1948, Northwestern University, 1949, Harvard, 1951, 54. Guggenheim fellow, 1956, 62.

    Works

    • Author: Walter Bagehot, 1939. The Universe of G.B.S., 1949. Apes, Angels and Victorians, 1955.

      Contributor articles in jours.

    Membership

    Member American Association University Professors, American Civil Liberties Union, Modern Language Association Beta Kappa.

    Connections

    • Married Charlotte Stearns, June 25, 1935.
    • father: Louis A. Irvine
    • mother: Katharine (Thomas) Irvine
    • spouse: Charlotte Stearns
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    Born June 9, 1906
    Died October 8, 1964
    (aged 58)
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