Edith Philips

Fellow: Awarded 1928

Field of Study: French Literature

Competition: US & Canada

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1928: Philips, Edith: Appointed to study the Quaker and Quaker ideas in French Literature with particular reference to the eighteenth century and chiefly in French libraries; tenure, twelve months from September 1, 1928. Born November 3, 1892, at Boston, Massachusetts. Education: Goucher College, A.B., 1913; Doctor de l’Université, Paris, 1923. Assistant Professor of French, 1923—, Goucher College. Publications: “Les Bonapartistes Réfugiés en Amérique,” 1923; “Poésies Françaises,” an anthology, 1926; “Louis Hue Girardin and Nicholas Gouin Dufief,” 1925; articles in American Speech, the Modern Language Journal, and Publications of the Modern Language Association of America.