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English language educator

Bernard Jay Paris, American English language educator. National Endowment for the Humanities fellow, 1969-1970, Guggenheim fellow, 1974-1975. Member Association Advancement Psychoanalysis (honorary), American Academy Psychoanalysis (scientific associate), Modern Language Association, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Paris, Bernard Jay was born on August 19, 1931 in Baltimore. Son of Albert and Anna (Richmond) Paris.

Education

AB, Johns Hopkins U, 1952. Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins U, 1959.

Career

English instructor, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1956-1960; from assistant professor to English professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1960-1981; English professor, U. Florida, Gainesville, 1981-1996; professor emeritus, U. Florida, Gainesville, since 1996; director, Institute Psychological Study of Arts, Gainesville, 1985-1992; director, International Karen Horney Society, since 1991. Visiting professor Victorian Studies Center U. Leicester, England, 1972. Member editorial board American Journal Psychoanalysis.

Works

Membership

Member Association Advancement Psychoanalysis (honorary), American Academy Psychoanalysis (scientific associate), Modern Language Association, Phi Beta Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: travel, photography.

Connections

Married Shirley Helen Freedman, April 1, 1949. 1 child, Mark Eliot.

father:
Albert Paris

mother:
Anna (Richmond) Paris

spouse:
Shirley Helen Freedman

child:
Mark Eliot Paris