Elizabeth Stanfield-Maddox Edit Profile
Bachelor in English magna cum laude, University North Carolina, Greensboro, 1952. Master of Arts, Emory University, 1966.
Teacher foreign languages Atlanta City Schools, 1952—1957, Fulton County High School, 1963—1965. Instructor Spanish Georgia State University, 1968—1978, assistant professor, 1978—1995, assistant professor emerita, since 1995. Lecturer Learning Resources Center, 1975—1995, Speakers Bureau, 1979—1995, Elderhostel, 1990—1993, southern culture and living, 1992—1995.
Consultant International Business Council Institute International Consultant Directory, 1984. College supervisor student teachers Georgia State Department Education. Advisory council International Quarterly.
Founder New Hanover County Library. Foundation, North Carolina, 2006. Donor Friends of New Hanover County Public Library., 2006.
Member advisory board New Hanover County Public Library., 2002—2008, centennial committee, 2006, president, 2007—2008. Member of SAMLA, Daughters of the American Revolution, American Association of University Professors, American Association of University Women, Carteret Writers Association, Southern Association Women Historians, North Carolina Library. Association, American Literature Translators Association (conference coordinator 1993, secretary-treasurer 1994), Atlanta Association Interpreters and Translators (board director 1985-1995, chair accreditations 1986-1995), 19th Century Studies Association, American Association Teachers Spanish and Portuguese (president Georgia chapter 1979-1981), Smithsonian, National Trust History Preservation, United Daughters Confederacy, Phi Sigma Iota, Sigma Delta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa.
Married William Thomas Stanfield, June 30, 1956. Children: C. Freeman, William Thomas III. Married Houston Noble Maddox, June 26, 2004.
1952 - 1957
1963 - 1965