HITCHCOCK, BERT, 1941-

Biography:

University professor. Born– 1941, Demopolis. Parents– Walter B. and Mary (Combs) Hitchcock. Education– Auburn University, B.A.; University of Oregon, M.A.; Duke University, Ph.D.; Rotary Foundation fellow, University of Melbourne, Australia.  Taught English at Auburn University, 1971-2008.  Hargis Distinguished Professor, 1999-2008.   Member of the board, National Council of Teachers of English; Executive Committee, Alabama Council of Teachers of English; several commissions and conferences. Contributor to Mississippi Quarterly, Southern Humanities Review, Walt Whitman Review, and other periodicals. Received the Alabama Humanities Award in 2006 and the Current-Garcia  Award from the Alabama Council of Teachers of English in 2001. Awarded professor emeritus status on his retirement in 2008.

Source:

Richard Malcolm Johnston.

Publication(s):

Richard Malcolm Johnston. Boston; Twayne, 1978.

Editor;

Chinaberries and Crows.  Solomon and George, 2012.

Joint_Editor:

American Short Stories. Glenview, Ill.; Scott, Foresman, 1990.

De Remnant Truth; the Tales of Jake Mitchell and Robert Wilton Burton. Tuscaloosa, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1991.