Bachelor of Arts, Muhlenberg College, 1938; Doctor of Letters (honorary), Muhlenberg College, 1968; Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1940; postgraduate, Columbia University, 1940-1941; Doctor of Letters (honorary), Bard College, 1973.
Instructor English, U. Maryland., 1941;
Instructor English, U. North Carolina, 1942-1944;
Instructor English, Yale University, 1944-1946;
Professor of English,, Bard College, 1946-1968;
visiting professor poetry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1961-1962;
resident fellow creative writing, Princeton University, 1966-1967;
Professor of English and creative writing, Princeton University, 1968-1987, emeritus;
William and Annie S. Paton professor ancient and modern literature, Princeton University, 1977-1987, emeritus. Fannie Hurst visiting professor literature Washington University, St. Louis, 1978. Professor of English poetry Cooper Union, 1988.
Poet-in-residence Monash U., Melbourne, Australia, 1982. Lecturer New School Social Research, 1955-1956, New York City.YMHA, 1965-1967. Lecturer for United States Information Service in various countries.
Guest Institute forAdvanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey, 1986-1987, 87-88, Villa Serbelloni, Bellagio, Italy, 1989. Guest lecturer Peking U., Shanghai U., People's Republic China, 1991.
(Forty-six poems displaying a versatility and masterful co...)
(cover is torn in places, picture shows the area of rips, ...)
(Book by Weiss, Theodore Russell)
(poems by theodore weiss)
Married Renée Karol, July 6, 1941.