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educator

Constantinos Apostolos Patrides, American educator. Recipient Distinguished Faculty Achievement award University Michigan, 1982; Guggenheim fellow, 1960,63. Member Modern Humanities Research Association, Modern Language Association, English Association, Renaissance Society, Milton Society (honorary scholar 1978) Clubs: Oxford Union.

Background

Patrides, Constantinos Apostolos was born on April 20, 1930 in New York City. Son of Apostolos Constantinos and Helen (Michaelides) Patrides.

Education

Bachelor, Kenyon College, 1952. Doctor of Philosophy, Oxford University, (England), 1957.

Career

From assistant to associate professor University California-Berkeley, 1957-1964. From university lecturer to professor York University, (England), 1964-1978. Harrison professor University Michigan, Ann Arbor, since 1978.

Works

Membership

Member Modern Humanities Research Association, Modern Language Association, English Association, Renaissance Society, Milton Society (honorary scholar 1978) Clubs: Oxford Union.

Connections

father:
Apostolos Constantinos Patrides

mother:
Helen (Michaelides) Patrides