Franklin, Benjamin, V 1939–
Franklin, Benjamin, V 1939–
PERSONAL: Born September 10, 1939, in Gallipolis, OH; son of Benjamin IV (a teacher and magician) and Virginia H. (a teacher) Franklin; married Jo Taft, August 25, 1962; children: Abigail, Rebecca J. Education: Ohio State University, B.A. and B.S., both 1965; Ohio University, M.A., 1966, Ph.D., 1969.
ADDRESSES: Office—c/o Department of English, University of South Carolina at Columbia, Columbia, SC 29208.
CAREER: Writer and educator. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, assistant professor of English, 1969–76; University of South Carolina at Columbia, Columbia, associate professor, 1976–81, professor of English, 1981–2002. University of Athens, Fulbright professor, 1982–84; University of Helsinki, visiting professor, 1995; University of Hannover, Fulbright professor, 2002–03. American Community Schools, Athens, Greece, member of board of education, 1983–84. Host of public radio series Jazz in Retrospect, 1976–91. Military service: U.S. Army Reserve, 1960–66.
Anais Nin: A Bibliography, Kent State University Press (Kent, OH), 1973.
(With Duane Schneider) Anais Nin: An Introduction, Ohio University Press (Athens, OH), 1979.
(Editor) Wambly Bald, On the Left Bank, 1929–1933, Ohio University Press (Athens, OH), 1987.
(Editor) Recollections of Anais Nin, Ohio University Press (Athens, OH), 1996.
(Editor) Nathaniel Hawthorne: A Documentary Volume, Gale (Detroit, MI), 2003.
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