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educator , historian

Gene Dale Lewis, American historian, educator. Recipient Barbour award for excellence University Cincinnati, 1969, National award Omicron Delta Kappa, 1968. Member American Association of University Professors, Southern History Association, American History Association, Organization American Historians.

Background

Lewis, Gene Dale was born on February 20, 1931 in Globe, Arizona, United States. Son of Abner E. and May J. (Hyatt) Lewis.

Education

Bachelor, Arizona State University, 1951;Master of Arts, Arizona State University, 1952;Doctor of Philosophy, University of Illinois, 1957.

Career

Lecturer, Arizona State University, 1953;lecturer, Southern Illinois U., 1957-1958;visiting associate professor of history, University of Illinois, Urbana, 1965;visiting associate professor of history, Case Western Reserve U., Cleveland, 1966;professor of history, U. Cincinnati, since 1958;acting head Department, University Cincinnati, 1981-1982;director graduate studies, U. Cincinnati, 1989;head Department, University Cincinnati, 1989-1998. Senior vice president, provost, 1973-1976.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Charles Ellet Junior, Engineer as Individualist, 1968. Editor: New Historical Perspectives: Essays on the Black Experience in Antebellum America, 1984. Co-editor Greater Cincinnati Bicentennial History Series, since 1988.

Membership

Member American Association of University Professors, Southern History Association, American History Association, Organization American Historians.

Connections

Married Dottie Ladd Bidlingmeyer, August 3, 1963.

father:
Abner E. Lewis

mother:
May J. (Hyatt) Lewis

spouse:
Dottie Ladd Bidlingmeyer