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English educator

Jeannette Hume Lutton, American English educator. Certified English and literature teacher. Southern Fellowship Fund grantee, 1970-1971.

Background

Lutton, Jeannette Hume was born on November 10, 1930 in Louisville. Daughter of Edward Stockton and Robina (Gallacher) Hume.

Education

AB, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 1952. Master of Arts, Yale University, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1965.

Career

Assistant Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1954. Teacher Rosemary Hall, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1954-1955. Instructors Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1958-1960.

From assistant professor to professor Morehouse College, Atlanta, from 1962. Coordinator cooperative humanities interdisciplinary program Clark Morehouse/Morris Brown College, Atlanta, 1976-1980.

Achievements

  • Certified English and literature teacher.

Membership

Member Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, 1990. Member American Association of University Professors, Modern Language Association, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, New Chaucer Society, International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts, American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International, Phi Beta Kappa (officer since 1978).

Connections

Married Clifford Loy Lutton Junior, August 12, 1976.

father:
Edward Stockton Hume

mother:
Robina (Gallacher) Hume

spouse:
Clifford Loy Lutton Junior