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English literature educator

Nathaniel Irwin Hart, American English literature educator. Participant summer seminar on Greek tragedy National Endowment of the Humanities, 1982, From Romantics to Victorians The American University, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1990. Member Modern Language Association (seminar urban ethnic literature 1976), National Council Teachers of English, Browning Institute, Midwest Modern Language Association.

Background

Hart, Nathaniel Irwin was born on March 4, 1930 in New York City. Son of David and Ruth (Feldman) Hart.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Tulane University, 1952;Master of Arts, University Connecticut, 1954;Doctor of Philosophy, University Minnesota, 1968.

Career

Instructor, U. Connecticut, Storrs, 1952-1953;instructor, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1956-1961;instructor to Professor of English literature, University of Minnesota, Morris, since 1961;coordinator for English composition, University of Minnesota, Morris, 1968-1970;coordinator for English discipline, University of Minnesota, Morris, 1977-1980;chairman division humanities, University of Minnesota, Morris, 1980-1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals. Member editorial board The Complete Works of Robert Browning, 1971-1992.

Membership

Member Modern Language Association (seminar urban ethnic literature 1976), National Council Teachers of English, Browning Institute, Midwest Modern Language Association.

Connections

Married Joanne Therese Velz, March 2, 1957. Children– John, Thomas, Marya, Naomi, Agnes, Natalie, David, Joseph.

father:
David Hart

mother:
Ruth (Feldman) Hart

spouse:
Joanne Therese Velz

children:
John Hart

Thomas Hart

Marya Hart

Naomi Hart

Agnes Hart

Natalie Hart

David Hart

Joseph Hart