North American Scholar
LEE, David Russell
A.B. Albion Coll. (MI), 1895; A.M., 1901; U. Chicago, 1903-4; A.M. Indiana U., 1905; Ph.D. Wisconsin, 1907; study in London & Rome, 1905.
- Professional Experience:
Pastor, Robinson, MI, 1896-8; ordained Meth. Epis. minister, 1897; Pastor, Pentwater, MI, 1898-1900; Joy Memorial Church, Grand Rapids, MI, 1901-3; instr. Lat. Indiana U., 1904-5; fell. Lat. U. Wisconsin, 1905-6; asst. Lat., 1906-7; prof. Gk. & Lat. Central Coll. (Fayetteville, MO), 1907-9; prof, class, lit. U. Chattanooga, 1909-16; dir. summ. sch., 1912-6; prof. Gk. U. Tennessee, 1916-33.
"Child-Life, Adolescence and Marriage in Greek New Comedy and in the Comedies of Plautus, A Study of the Relations Represented as Existing between Parents and Their Children" (Wisconsin, 1907); printed (Madison, WI, 1919).
Lee taught at the University of Tennessee for over 15 years. His library, representing all familiar Greek and Latin authors, is the nucleus of the Tennessee Classics Department's now extensive collection.
- Author: Harry C. Rutledge