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English language educator

Stuart Alan Curran, American English language educator. Woodrow Wilson Foundation fellow, 1962-1963; American Philosophical Society fellow, 1969; Henry E. Huntington Library fellow, 1970, 72, 86; National Endowment of the Humanities fellow, 1970-1971, 83-84, 89; John Simon Guggenheim Foundation fellow, 1973-1974. Member Modern Language Association, Keats-Shelley Association, Byron Society, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Curran, Stuart Alan was born on August 3, 1940 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Son of Lawrence Charles and Margaret Rachel (Dalton) Curran.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan, 1962;Master of Arts, University of Michigan, 1963;postgraduate, Cornell Univercity, 1963-1964;Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1967.

Career

Assistant Professor of English, University of Wisconsin, 1967-1970;associate professor, University of Wisconsin, 1970-1974;professor, University of Pennsylvania, since 1974;department chairman English, University of Pennsylvania, 1977-1980. Visiting associate professor Johns Hopkins University, 1974.

Works

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, Keats-Shelley Association, Byron Society, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

father:
Lawrence Charles Curran

mother:
Margaret Rachel (Dalton) Curran