Granville Hicks Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1923, A.M., 1929. Doctor of Humane Letters, Skidmore College, 1968, Ohio U., 1969. Doctor of Letters, Siena College, 1971.
Instructor Smith College, 1925-1928. Assistant Professor of English, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1929-1935. Counsellor American civilization Harvard, 1938-1939.
Editorial staff New Masses Magazine, 1934-1939. Chairman radio program Speaking of Books, 1941-1943. Director Corporation of Yaddo, from 1942.
Lecturer Pacific Northwest Writers’ Conference, 1948. Literature consultant New Leader magazine, 1951-1958. Instructor novel writing New School, New York City, 1955-1958.
McGuffey professor American literature Ohio U., 1967-1968. Contributing editor Saturday Review, 1958-1969.
Married Dorothy Dyer, June 27, 1925.