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artist , English language educator

Susan Ann Lichtman, American English language educator, artist. John Jay Stanfield scholar Purdue University North Central, 1987. co-chair Sinai Sunday Evening Forum Michigan City, 1985-1995; group facilitator Impact Drug Abuse Program, Michigan City, 1985-1986. Member Modern Language Association, Midwest Modern Language Association, North Central Women's Studies Association.

Background

Lichtman, Susan Ann was born on March 30, 1952 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of James Anthony Saviano and Lorraine Ruth (Menichetti) Dilsaver.

Education

Bachelor in English, Purdue University, 1987. Master of Arts in English, University Notre Dame, 1990.

Career

Freelance commercial artist, Michigan City, Indiana, 1975-1981;director, teacher Sunday school, Sinai Temple, Michigan City, Indiana, 1978-1981;English tutor North Control Writing Center, Purdue University, Westville, Indiana, 1982-1987;assistant supervisor, Purdue University, Westville, Indiana, 1985-1987;professor, Purdue University, Westville, Indiana, 1990-1996;professor, Ball State University, since 1987.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Lifestages of Woman's Heroic Journey, 1991, The Female Hero in Women's Literature and Poetry, 1996.

Membership

Co-chair Sinai Sunday Evening Forum Michigan City, 1985-1995. Group facilitator Impact Drug Abuse Program, Michigan City, 1985-1986. Member Modern Language Association, Midwest Modern Language Association, North Central Women's Studies Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: art works, hockey.

Connections

Married Stephen R. Lichtman, December 5, 1971. Children: Rachel, Sarah, Elijah.

father:
James Anthony Saviano Dilsaver

mother:
Lorraine Ruth (Menichetti) Dilsaver

spouse:
Stephen R. Lichtman

children:
Rachel Lichtman

Sarah Lichtman

Elijah Lichtman