Log In

Russell Charles Ewing

educator

Russell Charles Ewing, American educator. Recipient Outstanding Male Faculty award University Arizona, 1952, Faculty Recognition award Tucson Trade Bureau, 1967; Smith-Mundt fellow U. Andes, Bogota, Colombia, 1956-1957.

Background

Ewing, Russell Charles was born on February 16, 1906 in Manhattan, Kansas, United States. Son of Charles Edward and Blanche (Russell) Ewing.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University California at Berkeley, 1929, Master of Arts, 1931, Doctor of Philosophy., 1934.

Career

Park Service, 1935-1937. Member of faculty U. Arizona, 1937-1972, professor of history, 1948-1972, head department, 1959-1969, Liberal Arts Faculty lecturer, 1959. Visiting lecturer San Francisco State College, summer 1948.

Participant American Assembly, 1959.

Works

  • Co-author: The United States and Latin America. Arizona: Its Peoples and Resources. Co-author, editor Six Faces of Mexico.

    Also author numerous articles and book reviews.

Membership

Member of faculty U. Arizona, 1937-1972, professor of history, 1948-1972, head department, 1959-1969, Liberal Arts Faculty lecturer, 1959. Member Federal Regional Archives Advisory Council region 9, 1971-1972. Member Tuscon School Board, 1955-1956, 64-66.

Director Arizona Palsy Foundation, 1955-1956. Served to Lieutenant commander of The United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946. Member American History Association, Western History Association, Rocky Mountain Council Latin American Studies (president 1955-1956), Committee Foreign Relations, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Phi.

Connections

Married Susan Sawyer, November 14, 1929. Children: David Russell, John Meredith, Russell Charles World War II Regional historian region IV National.

father:
Charles Edward Ewing

mother:
Blanche (Russell) Ewing

spouse:
Susan Sawyer

children:
David Russell Ewing

John Meredith Ewing

Russell Charles World War II Regional historian region IV National Ewing