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Emmanuel Chapman

educator

Emmanuel Chapman, American educator. Member panel on Labor Arbitration, radio station WMCA; member of advisory council, station WEVD, New York; Member editorial advisory board, One People; Member American Philosophical Association, American Catholic Philosophical Association, American, Association University professors.

Background

Chapman, Emmanuel was born on February 7, 1905 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Harry and Clara (Skoor) Chapman.

Education

Educated University of Chicago, 1921-1924. Bachelor of Arts, Loyola University, Chicago, 1930-1931. A.M., Doctor of Philisophy, University of Toronto, 1931-1934.

Career

Instructor in philosophy, University of Toronto, 1931-1934, University of Notre Dame, 1934-1936. Associate professor of philosophy, Graduate school and School of Education, Fordham University, 1936-1944. Department psychology and philosophy, Hunter College, New York City.

Founder of Committee of Catholics for Human Rights and The Voice for Human Rights. Founding member Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion. Member Council for Democracy (national board of directors).

Board directors Greater New York committee for Japanese Americans. Member of national advisory board, Commision on Law and Social Action. Member Executive Committee, New York State Commission against Discrimination in Education.

Membership

Member panel on Labor Arbitration, radio station WMCA. Member of advisory council, station WEVD, New York. Member editorial advisory board, One People.

Member American Philosophical Association, American Catholic Philosophical Association, American, Association University professors.

Connections

Married Shulamith Aboulafia, June 26, 1939.

father:
Harry Chapman

mother:
Clara (Skoor) Chapman

spouse:
Shulamith Aboulafia