Bachelor of Arts in General Education, University Chicago, 1951. Bachelor in Psychology, Swarthmore College, 1953. Master of Arts in English, Radcliffe College, 1954.
Doctor of Philosophy, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1968.
Lecturer, Hebrew U., 1956-1966;
senior lecturer, Tel Aviv U., 1966-1976;
acting chair English department, Tel Aviv U., 1969-1970, 75-76;
consultant Board Education, Chicago Public Schools, 1978-1981;
dean special programs and general studies, State University of New York, Fredonia, New York, 1981-1990;
Professor of English Department, State University of New York, Fredonia, New York, since 1981. Consultant assessment various colleges, since 1987. Proposal reviewer Fund for the Improvement Postsecondary Education, Department Education, Washington, since 1988.
Evaluator Middle States Association Schools and Colls., Philadelphia, 1986.
Letterwriter Amnesty International, United States of America, since 1983. Member American Association of University Women (scholarship chair Dunkirk-Fredonia branch since 1983), Modern Language Association, American Educational Research Association, Wallace Stevens Society, Phi Beta Kappa.
Married Nahum Amiran. Children: Edoh, Eyal.