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writer , English educator

Thomas John Doulis, American English educator, writer. American Council Learned Society fellow, 1980-1981; grantee Fulbright Foundation, Oregon Committee for Humanities. Corporal United States Army, 1957-1959. Member American Association of University Professors, Associated Writing Programs, Modern Greek Studies Association (founder).

Background

Doulis, Thomas John was born on December 31, 1931 in Vandergrift, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John S. and Argiro (Stradis) Doulis.

Education

Bachelor, LaSalle College, 1955. Master of Arts, Stanford University, 1962.

Career

Teacher Friends Select School, Philadelphia, 1960-1962. From instructor to assistant professor Philadelphia College of Art, 1962-1968. Associate professor Portland (Oregon) State University, 1972-1977, professor, 1977—2000, professor emeritus, since 2000.

Writer in residence Princeton University, 2002.

Works

Membership

Corporal United States Army, 1957-1959. Member American Association of University Professors, Associated Writing Programs, Modern Greek Studies Association (founder).

Connections

Married Nancy Barnes Ritter, July 9, 1962. Children: Yianni, Dion.

father:
John S. Doulis

mother:
Argiro (Stradis) Doulis

spouse:
Nancy Barnes Ritter

children:
Yianni Doulis

Dion Doulis