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Richard Eliot Lourie, American Writer. Recipient Camargo fellowship Camargo Foundation, 1991, Joseph Henry Jackson award Jackson Committee, 1969, Jurzykowski award Kosciuszka Foundation, 1993, Sneath Poetry award Robert Lowell Boston University, 1960. M C. Wrote position papers for Michael Dukakis presidential campaign, 1988.

Background

Lourie, Richard Eliot was born on July 16, 1940 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Samuel Lewis and Evelyn (Cantor) Lourie.

Education

Bachelor, University of California, 1964;Master of Arts, University of California, 1966;Doctor of Philosophy, University of California, 1970.

Career

Assistant professor University California, Santa Cruz, California, 1969-1972. Scholar in residence Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, 1973-1974. Research fellow Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1975-1977, 83-85.

Writer in residence Emerson College, Boston, 1975. Assistant professor University Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 1975. Freelance writer, translator, film-maker, since 1975.

Consultant Maria Cuomo, Governor New York State, 1987.

Works

Membership

Wrote position papers for Michael Dukakis presidential campaign, 1988.

Connections

Married Jod Oyler, October 27, 1961. 1 child, Gavril, Vissarion.

father:
Samuel Lewis Lourie

mother:
Evelyn (Cantor) Lourie

spouse:
Jod Oyler