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English educator

Agnes Moreland Jackson, American English educator. National Endowment of the Humanities grant, 1980. Board directors Pomona Unified School District, 1981-1989, Society for Values in Higher Education, 1985-1988; nominating committee, board directors Girl Scouts American, Pomona, 1980-1984, 86-88. Member Modern Language Association (delegate 1993-1995).

Background

Jackson, Agnes Moreland was born on December 2, 1930 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of Nathaniel Edmund Moreland and Rosa Lorenda Mae (Wood) Moreland Keaton.

Education

Bachelor, University Redlands, 1952. Master of Arts, University Washington, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1960.

Career

Instructor English, Spelman College, Atlanta, 1953-1955;from instructor to assistant professor, Boston University College Basic Studies, 1959-1963;from. assistant to associate professor, California State University, Los Angeles, 1963-1969;Professor of English, world literature and black studies, Claremont (California) College, since 1969. Visiting professor theology and arts, Sclaremont School Theology, spring, 1969;visiting Professor of English U. Redlands, summer, 1963.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Board of directors Pomona Unified School District, 1981-1989, Society for Values in Higher Education, 1985-1988. Nominating committee, board directors Girl Scouts American, Pomona,1980-1984, 86-88. Member Modern Language Association (delegate 1993-1995).

Connections

Children: Barbara Ruth Arnwine, Lucretia Drane Peebles. Married Harold Andrew Jackson Junior, July 8, 1964.

father:
Nathaniel Edmund Moreland Keaton

mother:
Rosa Lorenda Mae (Wood) Moreland Keaton

spouse:
Harold Andrew Jackson Junior

children:
Barbara Ruth Arnwine Jackson

Lucretia Drane Peebles Jackson