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educator , poet

Georgiana Melicent Peacher, American poet, educator. Grantee for performance of Indira India, City University of New York, 1988-1989, Pharoah Hatshepsut, 1981. Fellow: American Speech Hearing Language Association; member: American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Psychological Association, American Society Clinical Hypnosis, Dramatists Guild, Baxter Society (secretary 1991-1993, president 1996-1997).

Background

Peacher, Georgiana Melicent was born on November 13, 1919 in Syracuse, New York, United States. Daughter of William Catlett and Georgiana (Ruckman) Peacher.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Syracuse University, 1941. Master of Science, Syracuse University, 1943. Doctor of Philosophy, Northwestern University, 1946.

Master of Fine Arts, Vermont College, 1996.

Career

Fellow Northwestern University, 1943-1945. Director speech therapy Neuro-Physical Rehabilitation Clinic, Philadelphia, 1946-1947. Professor speech pathology and psychology Temple University Medical School, 1948-1967.

Director speech therapy New York Hospital, Cornell University, New York City, 1953-1956. Independent researcher various cities, Russia, England, Scotland, 1967-1975, C.G. Jung Institute, Zürich, Switzerland, 1975-1976. Professor speech and psychology John Jay College City University of New York, 1976-1990.

Professor emerita John Jay College City University of New York, since 1990. President Pearl Shedding Press, Brunswick, Maine, since 1990. Exhibitor American Medical Association, 1960, American Speech and Hearing Association, 1961.

Works

Membership

Fellow: American Speech Hearing Language Association. Member: American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Psychological Association, American Society Clinical Hypnosis, Dramatists Guild, Baxter Society (secretary 1991-1993, president 1996-1997).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: painting, sculpting, book design.

Connections

father:
William Catlett Peacher

mother:
Georgiana (Ruckman) Peacher