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Mack Buckley Swearingen

educator

Mack Buckley Swearingen, American educator.

Background

Swearingen, Mack Buckley was born on February 5, 1902 in Jackson, Mississippi, United States. Son of George Crawford and Anne (Buckley) Swearingen.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Millsaps College, 1922. Master of Arts, University of Chicago, 1923, Doctor of Philosophy., 1932. Bachelor of Arts, University of Oxford, 1927.

Career

Instructor, Emory University, 1923-1924. Assistant professor Millsaps College, 1927-1928, Marshall College, 1928-1929. Associate professor Tulane University, 1931-1938.

Professor, chairman social science div. Georgia State College for Women, 1938-1942. Professor, chairman society science div.

Elmira College, 1942-1952, professor, 1952-1966. Professor of history Lake Erie College, 1966-1968. Professor Ankara U., 1955-1956.

Assistant professor of University Texas at Austin, summer 1929. Professor Duke, summer 1941, Cornell Univercity, summer 1943, 44, 45, U. Vermont summer 1949-1953. Rhodes scholar, 1924-1927.

Recipient Rockefeller Foundation grant, Turkey, 1957-1958. Address: Painesville OH.

Connections

Married Mary Louise Foster, September 2, 1933. Children: George Lin.

father:
George Crawford Swearingen

mother:
Anne (Buckley) Swearingen

spouse:
Mary Louise Foster

child:
George Lin Swearingen