Professor. Born– April 7, 1933 in Grand Rapids, Mich. Married– Mary Jean Woodruff.  Children– two. Education– University of Michigan, A.B., 1955; A.M., 1956; Ph.D., 1968. Taught at Jackson (Mich.) High School, 1958-1961; Ann Arbor High School, 1961-1963; University of Michigan, 1965-1968; St. Louis University, 1963-1973; University of Alabama in Birmingham 1973-. Published articles in Thoreau Journal Quarterly and South Atlantic Bulletin. Director of the Dan Joselyn Symposium, Tannehill State Park. Helped found the scholarship program at the Alabama Youth Ballet Company. UAB’s Humanities Forum, an ongoing lecture series, was named Theodore Haddin Arts and Sciences Forum in his honor. Received emeritus status on his retirement at UAB.


Directory of American Scholars, 1982; Contemporary Literature in Birmingham.


By a Doorway, in the Garden.  Birmingham: Druid Press, 1991.

The River and the Road. Birmingham, Ala.; Thunder City Press, 1983.