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Timothy Charles Lloyd

Timothy Charles Lloyd, American folklorist. Recipient John Lyman award North America Society for Oceanic History, 1990. Member American Folklore Society (executive secretary-treasurer 1986-1991, archivist 1992-1993, delegate American Council Learned Society since 1994), California Folklore Society, Ohio Folklore Society, National Council for the Traditional Arts (board directors since 1982).

Background

  • Lloyd, Timothy Charles was born on August 25, 1951 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Charles Edward and Ellen Louise (Spangler) Lloyd.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Ohio State University, 1973. Master of Arts, Ohio State University, 1977. ABD, George Washington University, 1993.

    Career

    • Folklore specialist Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1975-1976. State folklorist Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, 1977-1990. Director Ohio Joint Program in the Arts and Humanities, 1990-1991.

      Assistant to director American Folklife Center Library. Congress, Washington, since 1991.

    Works

    • Co-author: Lake Erie Fishermen: Work, Tradition and Identity, 1990.

    Membership

    Member American Folklore Society (executive secretary-treasurer 1986-1991, archivist 1992-1993, delegate American Council Learned Society since 1994), California Folklore Society, Ohio Folklore Society, National Council for the Traditional Arts (board directors since 1982).

    Connections

    • 1 child, Claire Charlotte Nance.
    • father: Charles Edward Lloyd
    • mother: Ellen Louise (Spangler) Lloyd
    • child: Claire Charlotte Nance Lloyd
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    Born August 25, 1951
    (age 66)
    Nationality
    • 1973
      Ohio State University
    • 1977
      Ohio State University
    • 1993
      George Washington University
    • 1975 - 1976
      Folklore specialist, Smithsonian Institution
      Washington, United States
    • 1977 - 1990
      state folklorist Ohio Arts Council
      Columbus, Ohio, United States
    • 1990 - 1991
      director, Ohio Joint Program in the Arts and Humanities
    • 1991
      assistant, to director American Folklife Center Library Congress
      Washington, United States

    Award