AMACHER, RICHARD EARL, 1917-

Biography:

University professor. Born– December 13, 1917, Ridgeway, Pa. Parents– Albert and Emma (Luchs) Amacher. Married– Cordelia Anne Ward, August 26, 1953. Children– One. Education– Ohio University, A.B., 1939; attended the University of Chicago, 1939-1942; University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D, 1947. Taught at Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1944; Yale University, 1944-1945; Rutgers University, 1945-1947; Henderson State Teachers College, 1954-1957; Auburn University 1957-1984; Hargis Professor of American Literature, 1978-84. Fulbright Professor at the University of Wurtzburg, 1961-1962; University of Konstanz in Germany in 1969-1970.  Member American Studies Association.  Member and chair, Auburn Chamber Music Society. Awarded emeritus status on retirement, 1984

Source:

Directory of American Scholars, 5th ed.; Who’s Who in America, 1982.

Publication(s):

American Political Writers, 1588-1800. Boston; Twayne, 1979.

Benjamin Franklin. New York; Twayne, 1962.

Edward Albee. New York; Twayne, 1969.

Franklin’s Wit and Folly; the Bagatelles. New Brunswick, N.J.; Rutgers University Press, 1953.

Edward Albee. Rev. Ed. Boston; Twayne Pub., 1982.

Joint_Publication(s):

Edward Albee at Home and Abroad; a Bibliography. New York; AMS Press, 1973.

Joint_Editor:

The Flush Times of California. Athens, Ga.; University of Georgia Press, 1966.

New Perspectives in German Literary Criticism; a Collection of Essays. Princeton; Princeton University Press, 1979.