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English educator

Thomas Osborne Calhoun, American English educator. Recipient Unidel Research awards University Delaware, 1983, 87, National Endowment of the Humanities Archival grant, 1987, Newberry fellowship Newberry Library., Chicago, 1988, National Endowment of the Humanities Editorial grant 1992-1994.


Calhoun, Thomas Osborne was born on March 1, 1940 in Pittsburgh. Son of Robert Benn and Mary Elizabeth (Osborne) Calhoun.


Bachelor, Princeton University, 1962. Master of Arts, University Pittsburgh, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy, University Michigan, 1967.


Instructor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1966-1967;assistant professor, U. Delaware, Newark, 1967-1974;associate professor, U. Delaware, Newark, 1975-1983;professor, U. Delaware, Newark, since 1984. Reader, consultant U. Delaware Press, 1975-1992, U. Missouri Press., 1980-1992, Index British Literary Manuscripts, London, 1983-1992.



Coordinator, lecturer Art Museum and Opera House Cinema Series, Delaware, 1968-1980. Lecturer Arts Council Shakespeare Lectures, Delaware, 1969-1976. Teacher, organizer humanities workshop Delaware Correctional Center, Wilmington, 1976-1979.

Singer, performer Brandywiners, Opera Delaware, 1987-1992. Altzheimers care giver LTCOP State Agency, Delaware, Maryland, 1988-1992. Member Modern Language Association, Milton Society, Princeton Club New York City.


Married Judith A. Dunstan, August 5, 1982. Children: Scott, Phillip, Kristin.

Robert Benn Calhoun

Mary Elizabeth (Osborne) Calhoun

Judith A. Dunstan

Scott Calhoun

Phillip Calhoun

Kristin. Corinna Calhoun