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language educator

Sandra Whipple Spanier, American language educator. Fellow National Endowment of the Humanities, 1993-1994; National Endowment of the Humanities scholar, Hemingway Letters Project, since 2005.

Background

Spanier, Sandra Whipple was born on October 17, 1951 in Des Moines. Daughter of Richard A. and Maxine J. (Lockwood) Whipple.

Education

Bachelor, University Illinois, Chicago, 1972. Master of Arts, Pennsylvania State University, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University, 1981.

Career

Lecturer State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1982-1986. From assistant to associate professor Oregon State University, Corvallis, 1986-1992. Associate professor University Nebraska, Lincoln, 1992-1995, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1995—2003, professor, since 2003.

Works

Membership

Member Modern Language Association (delegate assembly 1986-1988), American Literature Association, Pacific Northwest American Studies Association (vice president 1991-1992, president 1993-1994), Hemingway Society (editorial board Hemingway Review since 1992), Modernist Studies Association, Society for Study American Women Writers, Association for Documentary Editing.

Connections

Married Graham B. Spanier, September 11, 1971. Children: Brian, Hadley.

father:
Richard A. Whipple

mother:
Maxine J. (Lockwood) Whipple

spouse:
Graham B. Spanier

child:
Brian Spanier

child:
Hadley Spanier