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University educator

Henry Michael Woodrow Russell, American University educator. Recipient Kirby award S. Control Review, 1990; summer grantee National Endowment for Humanities, 1993. Fellow Fellowship Catholic Scholars; member Southea. Conference Christianity and Literature (Daub-Maher Memorial award 1995), South Control Modern Language Association.


Russell, Henry Michael Woodrow was born on August 26, 1952 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Max Matthew and E. Fern (Hart) Russell.


Bachelor, Princeton University, 1976; Master of Arts, University of Southern California, 1981; Doctor of Philosophy, Louisiana State University, 1992.


Assistant professor and honors director Anderson (South Carolina) College, 1992-1994. Assistant professor Wingate (North Carolina) University, 1994-1996, Franciscan University, Steubenville, Ohio, 1996—2000, Eve Maria College, Ypsilanti, Michigan, since 2000. Visiting assistant professor Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1989-1992.


  • Other Work

    • Associate editor The Formalist, since 1990. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Director Saint Augustine Home Enrichment Program. President Saints Peter and Paul Educational Foundation, since 2006. Fellow Fellowship Catholic Scholars.

Member Southea. Conference Christianity and Literature (Daub-Maher Memorial award 1995), South Central Modern Language Association.


Married Crystal Marie Costin, August 12, 1989. Children: Thomas Paul, Maria Veronica, Gabriel Peter, Jude Anthony, Sophia Ann, Ambrose Sean, Francesca Rose.

Max Matthew Russell

E. Fern (Hart) Russell

Crystal Marie Costin

Sophia Ann Russell

Maria Veronica Russell

Thomas Paul Russell

Gabriel Peter Russell

Ambrose Sean Russell

Jude Anthony Russell

Francesca Rose Russell