Lockerbie, D(onald) Bruce
LOCKERBIE, D(onald) Bruce
LOCKERBIE, D(onald) Bruce. American (born Canada), b. 1935. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Administration/Management, Education, History, Literary criticism and history, Theology/Religion, Biography. Career: Stony Brook School, New York, scholar-in-residence, 1957-91; visiting consultant at American Schools in Asia and Africa, 1974-; PAIDEIA, Inc., chairman, 1984-. Publications: Billy Sunday, 1965; Patriarchs and Prophets, 1969; Hawthorne, 1970; Melville, 1970; Twain, 1970; Major American Authors, 1970; (with L. Westdahl) Success in Writing, 1970; Purposeful Writing, 1972; The Way They Should Go, 1972; The Liberating Word, 1974; The Cosmic Center: The Apostles' Creed, 1977; A Man under Orders: Lt. General William K. Harrison, 1979; Who Educates Your Child?, 1980; The Timeless Moment, 1980; Asking Questions, 1980; Fatherlove, 1981; In Peril on the Sea, 1984; The Christian, The Arts, and Truth, 1985; College: Getting In and Staying In, 1990; Take Heart, 1990; A Passion for Learning: A History of Christian Thought on Education, 1994; From Candy Sales to Committed Donors, 1996; Dismissing God: Modern Writers' Struggle against Religion, 1998; Thinking-and-Acting Like a Christian, 2001. Address: PO Box 26, Stony Brook, NY 11790, U.S.A.