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Editor , English language educator

Felicia Florine Campbell, American English language educator, editors.

Background

Campbell, Felicia Florine was born on April 18, 1931 in Cuba City, Wisconsin, United States. Daughter of Frank Churchill and Irene (Bower) Florine.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin, 1955;Master of Science, University of Wisconsin, 1957;Doctor of Philosophy, United States International University, 1973.

Career

Teaching assistant University Wisconsin, Madison, 1955-1957, 59-61. Instructor Wisconsin State College, Whitewater, 1957-1959. Professor University Nevada, Las Vegas, since 1962.

Book critic Station KNPR Public Radio, Las Vegas, since 1987. Film judge Las Vegas Indiana Film Festival, 1994.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: (journal) Popular Culture Review, since 1989. Advisory editor: Journal Popular Culture, since 1992. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Chair Nevada Governor's Commision on Status of People, Las Vegas, 1975-1977. President National Society professors, Las Vegas, 1974-1975, 76. President National Organization for Women, Las Vegas, 1973-1975.

Member Popular Culture Association (president 1993-1995, delegate-at-large 1990-1992, board of directors), Far West Popular Culture Association (Chief Executive Officer, director since 1989).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: hiking, creative writing, needlepoint.

Connections

Married Ritsman Overmier Campbell, December 1, 1962 (divorced 1974). Children: Adam, Jedediah, Catherine Burns, Tracy Campbell Tuttle.

father:
Frank Churchill Florine

mother:
Irene (Bower) Florine

spouse:
Ritsman Overmier Campbell

children:
Adam Campbell

Jedediah Campbell

Catherine Burns Campbell

Tracy Campbell Tuttle Campbell