Bass, Jack

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BASS, Jack

BASS, Jack. American, b. 1934. Genres: History, Politics/Government, Social commentary, Biography. Career: ; Harvard University, Nieman fellow, 1965-66; Charlotte Observer, Columbia, Bureau Chief, 1966-73; Duke University, Durham, NC, Inst of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs, Visiting Research Fellow, 1973-75; South Carolina State College, Orangeburg, Writerin-Residence, 1975-78; University of South Carolina, Columbia, Research Fellow and Director of American South Special Projects, 1979-85; University of Mississippi, Oxford, Professor of Journalism, 1987-98; College of Charleston, Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences, 1999-. Publications: (with J. Nelson) The Orangeburg Massacre, 1970; Porgy Comes Home, 1972; (with W. DeVries) The Transformation of Southern Politics, 1976; Unlikely Heroes, 1981; (ed. with T.E. Terrill) The American South Comes of Age, 1985; Taming the Storm: The Life and Times of Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr. and the South's Fight over Civil Rights, 1993; (with M. Thompson) Ol' Strom: An Unauthorized Biography of Strom Thurmond, 1998. Address: 100 Queen St, Charleston, SC 29401, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]