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educator

Alexandra Aldridge, American educator. Recipient Deans award, 1983-1984; grant, Eastern Michigan University, 1985. Member of Michigan Technology Council, Society History Technology, North America Society Corporation Planning (vice president chapter, chapter board directors 1984-1985), World Future Society, Society Utopian Studies.

Background

Aldridge, Alexandra was born on July 23, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

Education

Bachelor in Sociology, Millikin University, 1961. Master of Arts in English, Northwestern University, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy in Comparative Literature, University Michigan, 1978.

Degree, Institute Polytechnic National Mexico, 1981.

Career

Instructor English Wayne State University, Detroit, 1968—1972. Lecturer American Culture University Michigan, 1975, lecturer humanities, 1980, lecturer humanities engineering, 1975—1981. Associate professor, director graduate studies technical Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, since 1982.

Chair design committee Corporation Training Center. Lecturer; writer, consultant Westdeutscher Rundfunk, 1972—1973. Consultant Center 20th Century Studies, University Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Kent State University Press.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: Alternative Futures Quarterly, since 1978. Editor: Issue Extrapolation, since 1977. Contributor articles to scholarly journals.

      Author: The Scientific World View in Dystopia, since 1984.

Membership

Member of Michigan Technology Council, Society History Technology, North America Society Corporation Planning (vice president chapter, chapter board directors 1984-1985), World Future Society, Society Utopian Studies.