Columbia, Missouri 65211, United States
David R. Francis Quadrangle of the University of Missouri where Lawrence Samuel Friedman received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1958.
500 S State St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, United States
The University of Michigan where Lawrence Samuel Friedman received a Master of Arts degree in 1959.
Iowa City, Iowa 52242, United States
The University of Iowa where Lawrence Samuel Friedman received a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1965.
Lawrence S. Friedman graduated from the University of Missouri in 1958 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. The following year, Friedman gained a Master of Arts degree at the University of Michigan.
In 1965, Friedman received a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Iowa.
The start of Lawrence S. Friedman’s career can be counted from the post of an instructor in humanities he occupied at Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri in 1965. The same year, he joined the staff of the Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (nowadays tow separate establishments - Indiana University Fort Wayne, and Purdue University Fort Wayne) first as an assistant professor. Then he was promoted to an associate professor. While at the institution, he has read the course on Shakespeare.
Three years later, the educator first took part at the Fulbright Scholar Program and was invited as a lecturer to Ghent, Belgium. He stayed there till 1969. Within the program, he has also lectured throughout the 1970s and 1980s at several universities in other countries, including Romania (1971-72), Yogyakarta, Indonesia (1988-89), and Singapore (1992-93). From 1979 to 1981, Lawrence S. Friedman was a visiting professor at the University of Warsaw in Poland.
Friedman participated in the administrative activity related to the Fulbright Scholar Program. In 1994, he became a member of the Council for International Exchange of Scholars Advisory Committee for Southeast Asia and served in that capacity till 1997.
Lawrence S. Friedman has contributed to many books and periodicals, including such editions as ‘Critical Survey of Drama’, ‘Survey of Cinema: Foreign Language Films’, and ‘Critical Survey of Long Fiction’ by Frank Northen Magill, and Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook among others.