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David Harrison Horton

David Harrison Horton, American writer, educator. Archaeology Certificate Direction Regionale des Affaires Culturelles de Poitou-Charente, Franc, 1995. Member of Medieval Academy of America, Academy of America Poets (correspondent).

Background

  • Horton, David Harrison was born on June 21, 1970 in Mount Clemens, Michigan, United States. Son of David Hubert and Carolyn Horton.

  • Education

    • Master of Arts in Medieval studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo Michigan, 1995. Master of Arts in Religion, University Georgia, Athens, 1997. Master of Fine Arts in English and Creative Writing, Mills College, Oakland California, 2001.

    Career

    • Freelance art critic Art papers Magazine, Atlanta, since 1997. Editor public 20 Mule Press, Oakland, California, since 2000. Freelance art critic Artweek, San Jose, since 2000.

      Assistant professor Patten College, Oakland, since 2001. Curator 21 Grand Gallery, since 2002.

    Major achievements

    • Archaeology Certificate Direction Regionale des Affaires Culturelles de Poitou-Charente, Franc, 1995.

    Works

    • Author: (poetry collection) Pete Hohhman Days. Performance, 100 Nails for Mayakovsky, Notes from the mendoza Line, Pantomimes for Streetcorners, For Which It Stands, We Didn't Run. Author: (poetry collection) Pete Hoffman Days.

    Membership

    Member of Medieval Academy of America, Academy of America Poets (correspondent).

    Connections

    • father: David Hubert
    • mother: Carolyn Horton
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    Born June 21, 1970
    (age 46)
    Nationality
    • 1995
      Western Michigan University
    • 1997
      University Georgia
    • 2001
      Mills College
    • 1997
      Freelance art critic Art papers Magazine
      Atlanta, North-West, South Africa
    • 2001
      assistant, professor Patten College
      Oakland, Tennessee, United States
    • 2002
      curator 21 Grand Gallery