Frederick C. Tarr

Frederick C. Tarr

Fellow: Awarded 1929
Field of Study: Spanish and Portuguese Literature
Fellow: Awarded 1930
Field of Study: Spanish and Portuguese Literature

Competition: US & Canada

Education: Princeton University

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1929–30:

Tarr, Frederick Courtney:  Appointed to study, in the libraries of Spain, the origin and development of the articulo de costumbres; tenure, eight months from June 1, 1929.

Born May 6, 1896, at Baltimore, Maryland. Education: Johns Hopkins University, B. A., 1915, M. A., 1917; Princeton University, Ph. D., 1921 (Fellow, 1919–20).

Instructor in Spanish, 1920–22, Assistant Professor, 1922–28, Associate Professor, 1928—, Princeton University.

Publications: “Prepositional Complementary Clauses in Spanish,” 1923; “A First Spanish Grammar” (with C. C. Marden), 1926. Articles in Modern Language Journal, Modern Language Notes, Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Modern Philology, Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, Revue Hispanique.

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