Charles Warren Everett

Charles Warren Everett

Fellow: Awarded 1944
Field of Study: American Literature

Competition: US & Canada

Columbia University

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1943–44:

EVERETT, CHARLES WARREN.  Appointed for a study of the American scholar and his relation to the state, centering the work on the career of Edward Everett; tenure, twelve months from August 15, 1944.

Born February 18, 1895, Guthrie, Oklahoma. Education:  College of the Pacific, A.B., 1920; Columbia University, A.M., 1924, Ph.D., 1931. Social Science Research Council Fellow, London, 1925–27.

Instructor in English, 1920–23, Washington University; Instructor in English, 1923–34, Assistant Professor, 1935—, Columbia University.

Publications:  The Education of Jeremy Bentham, 1931; A Bibliography of the Letters of Junius, 1939. Editor of The Letters of Junius, 1927; A Comment on the Commentaries of Sir William Blackstone, by Jeremy Bentham, 1928. Contributor of “Bibliography of the Writings of Bentham,” appendix to History of Philosophical Radicalism, by Elie Halévy, 1927. Article in Smith College Studies in History.


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