Bryant, Paul T.
Paul T. Bryant attended four colleges and universities, earning B.S. and M.S. degrees in botany and M.A and Ph.D. degrees in English. This background led to a scholarly interest in nature writing and environmental literature. As a faculty member, he served at four colleges and universities, holding every academic rank from instructor through full professor. As an administrator, he held positions of editor, director, assistant department chair, department chair, assistant dean, associate dean, and dean. As an editor, he worked with faculty and administrators at colleges and universities across the United States. He served as editor of Benton MacKaye's "From Geography to Geotechnics" (1968), a collection of thirteen essays.
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Overview Paul T. Bryant, editor. Consists of work-related correspondence between Bryant and Lewis Mumford and Bryant and Benton MacKaye. Photocopies of personal and work related correspondence of Benton Mackaye, as well as a statement by MacKaye entitled “A Two Year Course in Geotechnics” (1971) is also included.