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educator , poet

Anne Winters, American poet, educator. Recipient Poetry award, Wellesley College, 1997, Literature award, American Academy Arts & Letters, 2003; grantee, National Education Association, 1985. Member of Writers Programs American, Modern Language Association.

Background

Winters, Anne was born on October 13, 1939 in St. Paul. Daughter of Warrington Woodruff and Helen Winters.

Education

Bachelor, New York University, 1961. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1963. Phd, University California, Berkeley, 1993.

Career

Lecturer Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1981—1982, University California, Davis, California, 1983—1985. Instructor St. Marys, 1985—1987. Assistant professor Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1991—1994.

Member literature faculty Bennington (Vermont) College, 1994—1997. Professor English University Illinois, Chicago, since 1997. Lecturer Harvard University, Cambridge, 1995, 96.

Visiting associate professor University Chicago, 1997—1998.

Works

Membership

Member of Writers Programs American, Modern Language Association.

Connections

1 child Elizabeth.

father:
Warrington Woodruff

mother:
Helen Winters

child:
Elizabeth Winters