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English language educator

Robert Charles Regan, American English language educator. Woodrow Wilson fellow, 1962-1963; American Philosophical Society research grantee, 1970. Served with United States Naval Reserve, 1952-1956, 61-62. Member University Mews Association (president 1999-2001), Faculty Club University Pennsylvania (board governors 1997-2001).

Background

Regan, Robert Charles was born on March 13, 1930 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Son of Francis Bernard and Alma Ophelia (McBride) Regan.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Centenary College, 1951;Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1952;Doctor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley, 1965.

Career

Instructor English,, Centenary College, 1956-1957;assistant Professor of English,, University of Virginia, 1963-1967;Fulbright-Hays lecturer American civilization, U. Montpellier, France., 1967-1968;associate Professor of English,, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1968-1982;professor, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, since 1982;undergraduate department chairman English, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1978-1980, 81-83, 89-90;director Penn-in-London program, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Lecturer International Communications Agency, Morocco, Algeria, Jordan, 1980;visiting professor King's College, London, 1983-1984.

Works

Membership

Served with United States Naval Reserve, 1952-1956, 61-62. Member University Mews Association (president 1999-2001), Faculty Club University Pennsylvania (board governors 1997-2001).

Connections

Married Katherine Jeanclos, August 11, 1989. Children by previous marriage: Christopher, Alison, Amelia.

father:
Francis Bernard Regan

mother:
Alma Ophelia (McBride) Regan

spouse:
Katherine Jeanclos