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Education educator

Mary Longstaff Jacobus, British education educator. Guggenheim fellowship, 1988, National Endowment of the Humanities, National Endowment of the Humanities, 2000.

Background

Jacobus, Mary Longstaff was born on May 4, 1944 in Cheltenham, United Kingdom. Son of Marcus Henry Jacobus and Diana Longstaff.

Education

Bachelor, Oxford University, 1962—1965. Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy, Oxford University, 1965—1970.

Career

Joanna Randall McIver research fellowship Oxford University, 1968—1970, Manchester University, 1970—1971. Fellow and tutor in English Oxford University, 1971—1980, lecturer, 1972—1980. Associate professor Cornell University, 1980—1982, full professor, 1982—2000, Anderson professor of English and women's studies, 1989—2000.

Professor of English Cambridge University, since 2000.

Works

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, skiing, psychoanalysis.

Connections

Married A. Reeve Parker, July 14, 1981. Children: Frances, Rachel, Josiah Reeve.

father:
Marcus Henry Jacobus

mother:
Diana Longstaff

spouse:
A. Reeve Parker

child:
Frances Jacobus

child:
Rachel Jacobus

child:
Josiah Reeve Jacobus