Biography of Daniel Kilham Dodge
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DODGE, DANIEL KILHAM. - Born in New York city, in 1863. Graduated with the degree of A. B. from Columbia College in 1884. He was then appointed to a fellowship, and continued his studies at his alma mater, receiving his first A. M. in 1835 and Ph. D. in 1886. The following three years were spent in Europe in the study of the English and Scandi- navian languages. In 1889 he was appointed tutor of English in Columbia College, and in i 1891 tutor in the Scandi- navian langues. In 1885 Dr. Dodge was elected a member of the Modern Language Association, and in 1890 a member of the American Philological Association. He is also an honorary member of the Historical Philological Society of Denmark. In July, 1893, he accepted the chair of English literature in the University of Illinois at Chicago. As a critical scholar Dr. Dodge has already attained a national reputation by his contributions to such magazines as the American Journal of Philology, Modern Language Notes, the Nation, the Independent Goldhwait's Geographical Magazinc, the New Englander, and the Yale Review.

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