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Literature educator

Larry Jerome Rubin, American Literature educator. Recipient Smith-Mundt lectureship United States State Department, 1961-1962; Fulbright lectureship, 1966-1967, 69-70, 71-72. Member Poetry Society American (Reynolds lyric award 1961, annual award 1973), South Atlantic Modern Language Association, College English Association, National Council Teachers English.

Background

Rubin, Larry Jerome was born on February 14, 1930 in Bayonne, New Jersey, United States. Son of Abraham Joseph and Lillian (Strongin) Rubin.

Education

Bachelor, Emory University, 1951. Master of Arts, Emory University, 1952. Doctor of Philosophy, Emory University, 1956.

Career

Instructor English, Georgia Institute Technology, Atlanta, 1955-1958;assistant professor, Georgia Institute Technology, Atlanta, 1958-1965;associate professor, Georgia Institute Technology, Atlanta, 1965-1973;professor, Georgia Institute Technology, Atlanta, since 1973.

Membership

Member Poetry Society American (Reynolds lyric award 1961, annual award 1973), South Atlantic Modern Language Association, College English Association, National Council Teachers English.

Connections

father:
Abraham Joseph Rubin

mother:
Lillian (Strongin) Rubin