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Hugh Gilchrist Dick

educator

Hugh Gilchrist Dick, American educator. Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1943. Rockefeller fellow humanities, 1947-1948.; Member American Council Learned Socs. (secretary Pacific Coast committee for humanities 1945-1952). Modern Language Association, Pacific Coast Philological Association, History of Science Society.

Background

Dick, Hugh Gilchrist was born on September 14, 1909 in Whitehall, New York, United States. Son of Herbert Hugh and Isabel (Hughes) Dick.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Union College, Schenectady, 1930. Master of Arts, Cornell Univercity, 1935, Doctor of Philosophy. (University fellow 1936-1937), 1937.

Career

1 son, Robert M. English master Mohawk School, 1930-1934. Instructor University of California at Los Angeles, 1937-1942, assistant professor, 1942-1948, associate professor, 1948-1953, Professor of English, 1953-1971, joint professor School of Library Service, 1967-1971, department chairman, 1960-1965. Visiting instructor Queens College, 1943.

Visiting associate professor of University North Carolina, 1947.

Works

  • Author: Sir Francis Bacon, Selected Writings, 1955.

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1942-1943. Rockefeller fellow humanities, 1947-1948. Member American Council Learned Socs.

(secretary Pacific Coast committee for humanities 1945-1952). Modern Language Association, Pacific Coast Philological Association, History of Science Society.

Connections

Married Frances Keeler McIntosh, June 20, 1936.

father:
Herbert Hugh Dick

mother:
Isabel (Hughes) Dick

spouse:
Frances Keeler McIntosh