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Anthony Wayne Lee

Anthony Wayne Lee, American literature and language professor. Centennial fellowship, University Chicago, 1990-1992, Doctoral fellowship, University Arkansas, 1993-1997, Vene a Mary Celestia Parlor Randolph Fellowship, 1998.


  • Lee, Anthony Wayne was born on October 26, 1960 in Pine Bluff, Arizona, United States. Son of Robert Emmet and Sarah Vaughn Lee.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Arkansas, 1987. Master of Arts, University Chicago, 1991. Doctor of Philosophy, University Arkansas, 2001.


    • Lecturer University Arkansas, Fayetteville, 2000—2001. Assistant to associate professor Kentucky Wesleyan College, Owensboro, since 2002. Research assistant University Texas, Austin, 1989.

      Reader ETS College Board Associated Press English Literature, Daytona Beach, 2004—2006.


    • Member editorial assistant Johnsonian News Letter, Chicago, 1990-1992. Author: (book) Mentoring Relationships in Life a Writings of Samuel Johnson, 2005.


    Research associate Shakespeare Data Bank, Farmerston, Illinois, 1992—1993. Founder Leadership in Schools, Owensboro, Kentucky, 2002—2005. Board member Samuel Johnson Society, Evansville, Indiana, 2003—2004.

    Founder Arete Society, Owensboro, Kentucky, 2003—2006. Member of Mid-West American Society for 18th Centurty Studies, American Society for 18th Century Studies, Modern Language Association.


    • Married Molly E. Gibson, June 7, 1997. Children: Thomas Lee, Dylan.
    • father: Robert Emmet
    • mother: Sarah Vaughn Lee
    • spouse: Molly E. Gibson
    • children: Thomas Lee
    • Dylan Lee
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    Born October 26, 1960
    (age 57)
    • 1987
      University Arkansas
    • 1991
      University Chicago
    • 2001
      University Arkansas
    • 2001
      Lecturer, University Arkansas
      Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States
    • 2002
      assistant, to associate professor Kentucky Wesleyan College
      Owensboro, Kentucky, United States