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H. Douglas Brown

H. Douglas Brown

Years at Michigan: 1970 - 1978
Education
Literature, Science, and the Arts
| Linguistics | Romance Languages |
Associate Professor of Education
Associate Professor of Linguistics
Visiting Professor English Language Institute 1970 Summer Term
Acting Director English Language Institute 1974-1976
Assistant Professor of English, Department of Romance Languages 1970-1971