Scott Donaldson

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J. Scott Donaldson was a professor in the Department of English at the College of William nad Mary and chair of the Department of English from 1979 - 1980. His appointments include: Assistant Professor of English, 1966-1969; Associate Professor of English, 1969-1974; Professor of English, 1974-1988; Louise G.T. Cooley Professor of English, 1988-1992; Emeritus, 1992; On leave of absence: 1973-1974, 1976-1977(1st sem.), 1977-1978(2nd sem.), 1978-1979(2nd sem.), 1980-1981(1st sem.), 1983-1984(1st sem.), 1988-89(2nd sem.), 1989-1990, 1990-1991, 1991-1992.

Donaldson is a well-known literary biographer, focusing mainly on Hemingway and Fitzgerald.


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