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Goodman, Paul, 1911-1972

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LC classificationPS3513.O527
Personal name headingGoodman, Paul, 1911-1972
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See alsoGraduate of: College of the City of New York (1926-1961). City College
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Graduate of: University of Chicago
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Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeNew York (N.Y.) Chicago (Ill.) Black Mountain (N.C.) Bronxville (N.Y.) San Francisco (Calif.) Honolulu (Hawaii)
Birth date1911-09-09
Death date1972-08-02
Place of birthNew York (N.Y.)
Place of deathNew Hampshire
Field of activityPoetry Fiction Playwriting Drama Criticism Psychotherapy Philosophy Anarchism Education, Higher
AffiliationBlack Mountain College (Black Mountain, N.C.) New York University Sarah Lawrence College Institute for Policy Studies
University of Hawaii (Honolulu)
San Francisco State College. Experimental College
University of Wisconsin
University of Chicago
College of the City of New York (1926-1961). City College
Profession or occupationPoets Novelists Dramatists Critics Psychotherapists Philosophers College teachers
University and college faculty members
Found inHis Stop-light ... 1941.
Ten poems, [1961]: title page (Paul Goodman)
Contemporary authors online, November 28, 2016 (Paul Goodman; born September 9, 1911, New York, New York; died August 2, 1972, North Stratford, New Hampshire; occupation: educator; education: City College of New York, B.A., 1931; University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1940 (received 1954); worked as an outside reader for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1931; University of Chicago, instructor, 1939-1940; Manumit School of Progressive Education, Pawling, NY, instructor in Latin, physics, history, and mathematics; later an instructor at Black Mountain College, Black Mountain, NC; taught at New York University and Sarah Lawrence College; was Knapp Professor, University of Wisconsin, 1964; taught at Experimental College of San Francisco State College, 1966, and University of Hawaii, 1971-1972; conducted seminars on Education and the Great Society at Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, DC; practiced as lay psychotherapist with the New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy)
Wikipedia, November 22, 2016 (Paul Goodman; September 9, 1911-August 2, 1972; American novelist, playwright, poet, literary critic, and psychotherapist, although now best known as a social critic and anarchist philosopher)