Albert W. Fields

Brown, Dorothy H.
January 2004
Search for Meaning: Critical Essays on Early Modern Literature;2004, preceding p1
The article focuses on the academic career of professor Albert W. Fields. Field's entry into the academia began at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky where he took English studies. Following that, he took his master degree at the University of Kentucky and also became a fellow at Yale University in Connecticut. He taught at Moultrie Senior High School in Georgia and Chipola College in Florida. His teaching and research career for more than 30 years was at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette.


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