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Warren Everett Blake

educator

Warren Everett Blake, American educator.

Background

Blake, Warren Everett was born on April 3, 1900 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of George Warren and Elizabeth Augusta (Mockler) Blake.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1920, A.M., 1921, Doctor of Philosophy., 1924.

Career

Instructor Latin and Greek, U. Vermont, 1924-1925. Faculty University of Michigan, since 1925, professor Greek, 1941-1946, professor Greek language and literature, since 1946, chairman Greek department, 1944-1946.

Works

  • Author: Charitonis Aphrodisiensis De Chaerea et Callirhoe Amatoriarum Narrationum Libri, 1938. Chariton’s Chaereas and Callirhoe, 1939. Editor Transactions and Proceedings American Philological Association, 1944.

    Contributor to classical journals.

Membership

Member managing committee American School at Athens (Greece), since 1946. Member American Philological Association, Archaeol. Institute American, Society for Promotion Hellenic Studies (British), Classical Association of Middle W. and S., American Association University professors, Michigan Academy Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Kappa.

Club: Research (secretary, 1940, vice president, 1948, 59 University of Michigan).

Connections

father:
George Warren Blake

mother:
Elizabeth Augusta (Mockler) Blake