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folklorist

Timothy Charles Lloyd, American folklorist. Recipient John Lyman award North America Society for Oceanic History, 1990. Member American Folklore Society (executive secretary-treasurer 1986-1991, archivist 1992-1993, delegate American Council Learned Society since 1994), California Folklore Society, Ohio Folklore Society, National Council for the Traditional Arts (board directors since 1982).

Background

Lloyd, Timothy Charles was born on August 25, 1951 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Charles Edward and Ellen Louise (Spangler) Lloyd.

Education

Bachelor, Ohio State University, 1973. Master of Arts, Ohio State University, 1977. ABD, George Washington University, 1993.

Career

Folklore specialist, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1975-1976;state folklorist, Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, 1977-1990;director, Ohio Joint Program in the Arts and Humanities, Columbus, 1990-1991;assistant to director American Folklife Center, Library. Congress, Washington, since 1991.

Membership

Member American Folklore Society (executive secretary-treasurer 1986-1991, archivist 1992-1993, delegate American Council Learned Society since 1994), California Folklore Society, Ohio Folklore Society, National Council for the Traditional Arts (board directors since 1982).

Connections

1 child, Claire Charlotte Nance.

father:
Charles Edward Lloyd

mother:
Ellen Louise (Spangler) Lloyd

child:
Claire Charlotte Nance Lloyd