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Historian and educator

Francis Donald Logan was American historian and educator. Recipient Fulbright scholar, London University, 1960-1962, Guggenheim fellow, 1969-1970. Fellow Royal History Society, Society Antiquaries.

Background

Logan, Francis Donald was born on March 9, 1930 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Joseph and Laura (MacDonald) Logan.

Education

AB, St. John's Seminary, 1951. AM, St. John's Seminary, 1954. Master of Arts, University Toronto, 1959.

Licence in Mediaeval Studies, Pontifical Institute Medieval Studies, Toronto, Ontario, 1959. Doctor in Mediaeval Studies, Pontifical Institute Medieval Studies, Toronto, Ontario, 1966.

Career

From assistant professor to associate professor, Emmanuel College, Boston, 1964-1973;professor, Emmanuel College, Boston, 1973-1993;professor emeritus, Emmanuel College, Boston, since 1993.

Membership

Fellow Royal History Society, Society Antiquaries.

Connections

father:
Joseph Logan

mother:
Laura (MacDonald) Logan