Henry S. Lucas

Henry S. Lucas

Fellow: Awarded 1929
Field of Study: Medieval History

Competition: US & Canada

University of Washington

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

Lucas, Henry S.:  Appointed to make a study of the political, social, economic, and cultural history of the Low Countries, especially Flanders, from about 1280 to 1360; tenure, twelve months from September 1, 1929. (Postponed to September 1, 1930.)

Born March 5, 1892, at Jamestown, Michigan. Education: Olivet College, A. B., 1913; Indiana University, M. A., 1915; University of Michigan, Ph.D., 1922 (University Fellow in History and Philology, 1917–18). Fellow in History, C. R. B. Educational Foundation, 1926–27.

Instructor, 1918–19, 1920–21, University of Michigan; Assistant Professor of History, 1921–26, Associate Professor, 1927—, University of Washington; Lecturer, University of California, 1923; Lecturer, Summer Sessions, University of Minnesota, 1923, 1926, 1927; Lecturer, Summer Session, University of Southern California, 1925.

Publications: “The Low Countries in the Hundred Years’ War, 1326–1347,” 1929. Articles in The Iowa Journal of History and Politics, and Michigan History Magazine.

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