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literary historian

Norman Stanley Grabo, American literary historian. Folger Shakespeare Library fellow, 1959; Guggenheim fellow, 1970-1971; National Endowment Humanities fellow, 1980; Society Religion in Higher Education fellow, 1966-1967; Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, 1989-1990.

Background

Grabo, Norman Stanley was born on April 21, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Stanley Valentine and Effie Louise (Nelson) Grabowski.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Elmhurst College, 1952;Doctor of Letters (honorary), Elmhurst College, 1991;Master of Arts, University of California at Los Angeles, 1955;Doctor of Philosophy, University of California at Los Angeles, 1958.

Career

Instructor, then assistant professor English, Michigan State University, 1958-1963. From associate professor to professor English, University California, Berkeley, 1963-1977. Tutor St. John's College, Santa Fe, 1972-1974.

Distinguished professor English, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, College Station, 1977-1983. University professor University Tulsa, from 1983.

Works

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, Michigan Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters, International Association University Professors of English, South Central Modern Language Association.

Connections

Children: Carolyn Deane, Scott David.

father:
Stanley Valentine Grabowski

mother:
Effie Louise (Nelson) Grabowski

children:
Carolyn Deane Grabo

Scott David Grabo