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Wang, David Raphael, 1931-1977



  • Existence: 1931 - 1977

David Raphael Wang. Graduated from Dartmouth in 1955 with a bachelors in Comparative English Literature. Completed graduate studies at the Univeristy of Southern California and pursued a teaching career at several colleges, lecturing and publishing translations of Chinese and Polynesian poetry. Became a commissioner on minority groups and the study of language and literature for the Modern Language Association of America in 1975. Died in 1977, leaving spouse Yueh Fun Wang.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

"Asian-American Heritage" collection

Identifier: MS-182
Overview "Asian-American Heritage." The collection contains manuscripts and printed matter relating to the publication of this anthology of Asian-American literature, written by David Hsin-fu Wong.