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English educator

Adam Brooke Davis, American English educator. Huggins fellow U. Missouri, 1984-1987, Cowden fellow University of Michigan, 1984. Fellow Alexander von Humboldt Foundation; member Missouri Folklore Society (Board of Governors since 1996), American Association of University Professors, National Council Teachers English, Conference College Composition and Comm., International Society Anglo Saxonists, KC.

Background

Davis, Adam Brooke was born on April 14, 1961 in St. Louis. Son of Paul Douglas-Bozzell and Joan (Wollbrinck) Davis.

Education

Bachelor in English, University Michigan, 1983. Master of Arts in English, University Michigan, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in English, University Missouri, 1991.

Career

Assistant professor Truman State University, Kirksville, Missouri, 1991-1997, associate professor, 1997—2005, professor, since 2005, director interdisciplinary studies, since 2004, associate dean arts and science, since 2007. Guest professor Albert-Ludwigs University, Freiburg, Germany, 1991—1992. Webmaster, general editor of public Missouri Folklore Society, 2003.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor (webmaster, general editor of public): Missouri Folklore Society, since 2003. Managing editor: Green Hills Literary Lantern, since 2004. Contributor articles essays, poetry, fiction to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. Member American Association of University Professors, Missouri Folklore Society (board governors since 1996), Missouri Architect Society (board directors since 2001), National Council Teachers English, Conference College Composition and Communications, International Society Anglo Saxonists, Medieval Academy American, Knights of Columbus.

Connections

Married Andrea Wiedermann, August 26, 1983. Children: Naomi, Clement, Paul, August.

father:
Paul Douglas-Bozzell Davis

mother:
Joan (Wollbrinck) Davis

spouse:
Andrea Wiedermann

child:
Naomi Davis

child:
Clement Davis

child:
Paul Davis

child:
August Davis