University of Chicago

Connections

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Employer Adrienne Rich
She also taught at Brandeis University , Rutgers University , Scripps College , Pacific Oaks College , and the University of Chicago .
Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series. Gale Research, 1981.
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Employer Hannah Arendt
In 1959 HA became the first woman to be appointed to a full-time faculty position at Princeton .
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.
She had already in 1952 won a Guggenheim Fellowship and been the first woman ever invited by...
Occupation Gertrude Stein
On October 24 1934 she was greeted with effusive press coverage in New York.
Hobhouse, Janet. Everybody Who was Anybody: A Biography of Gertrude Stein. Doubleday, 1975.
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At Columbia University she had been expected to give four lectures to audiences of approximately two hundred each. However...
Occupation Margaret Drabble
MD has taught weekly classes at Morley College in London and made annual lecture tours for the Arts Council .
Sadler, Lynn Veach. Margaret Drabble. Twayne, 1986.
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Creighton, Joanne V. Margaret Drabble. Methuen, 1985.
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In 1999 she was a visiting professor at the University of Chicago .
Hattersley, Roy. “The Darling of Hampstead”. The Guardian, pp. 6 - 7.
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Publishing Gertrude Stein
Edith Sitwell had hosted a tea for GS when she came to lecture at Cambridge and Oxford earlier that year; in attendance were Leonard and Virginia Woolf .
Wagner-Martin, Linda. Favored Strangers: Gertrude Stein and Her Family. Rutgers University Press, 1995.
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They had written on 11 June...
Textual Production Elizabeth Beverley
In the same year, 1819, EB also printed The Monmouth-Street Cap, Being a Close Fit for Many Small Heads as well as Great Ones. Monmouth Street was the centre of the London second-hand clothes...
Textual Production Mary Davys
This has a preface (brief but pithy), as the novel's first incarnation did not. It also has a dedication: to Margaret Walker, daughter of John Jeffreyson , a Dublin judge. (Its better-known title, The...

Timeline

1892
The University of Chicago opened as a co-educational institution; women were granted admission on the same basis as men.
December 1923
Opportunity, journal of the US National Urban League , announced new voices speaking from the depths and fullness of the Negro's life. As yet, however, those voices were male.
21 October 1976
The announcement was made of the award of the Nobel Prize for Literature to US novelist Saul Bellow .
Borne Back Daily.
21 October 2014