FUNDABURK, EMMA LILA, 1922-2006

U.niversity professor, economist. Born– December 14, 1922, Luverne. Parents– Albert Donlin and Lila (Douglass) Fundaburk. Education– Alabama College, 1940-1942; University of Mexico, summer 1942; George Washington University, A.B., 1944; Northwestern University, M.A., 1946; Ohio State University, Ph.D., 1963. Held positions in government and industry; teacher, Huntingdon College, 1950; Ohio State University, 1958-1963; University of Hawaii; and, after 1966, Bowling Green State University. Member, Association of Comparative Economic Systems, and other economic organizations. Honors– First prize from National Tax Equality Association, 1946; book awards from the Southeastern and Alabama Library Associations, both in 1959, for Sun Circles and Human Hands. Economics in Action Institute scholar, 1969, and National Science Foundation scholar, 1970. Awarded emeritus status on her retirement from Bowling Green. Died June 3, 2006

Source:

Contemporary Authors online.

Publication(s):

Art in the Environment in the United States.  1976.

Bibliography of the History of Economic Thought. Vol. I. 1973.

Characteristics, Problems and Potentials of Apparel Manufacturing on the Neighbor Islands. University of Hawaii, 1966.

Development of Economic Thought and Analysis. Metuchen, N.J.; Scarecrow, 1973.

Diversified Manufacturing in Kauai. Economic Research Center, University of Hawaii, 1946.

The Economic Complex of Kauai. Economic Research Center, University of Hawaii, 1964.

Garment Manufacturing in the Outer Islands.  Economics Research Center, University of Hawaii, 1966.

The Garment Manufacturing Industry of Hawaii.  4 vols.  Economic Research Center, University of Hawaii, 1965.

The History of Economic Thought and Analysis; a Selective International Bibliography. Metuchen, N.J.; Scarecrow, 1973.

Parade of Alabama. Luverne, Ala; Fundaburk, 1960.

Reference Materials and Periodicals in Economics; International List. Metuchen, N.J.; Scarecrow, 1971.

Southeastern Indians; Life Portraits. Metuchen, N.J.; Scarecrow, 1959.

Unemployment Compensation; History and Meaning. Montgomery, Ala.; Alabama Department of Industrial Relations, 1947.

Joint_Publication(s):

Art at Educational Institutions in the U.S.  Scarecrow, 1974.

Art in Public Places in the United States. Bowling Green, Ohio; Bowling Green University Press, 1975.

Joint_Editor:

Sun Circles and Human Hands; the Southeastern Indians, Arts and Industries. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press,

Editor_Compiler:.

American Revolution Bicentennial, 1976: A Book of Readings. Luverne, Alabama. 1984.

Pocket Guide to the Location of Art in the United States. Luverne, 1977.