Carter, Revard; 1990-02-13 (2)
Dr. David Lampe Poetry Collection
Archives & Special Collections Department, E. H. Butler Library
Biography: Carter Curtis Revard (born March 25, 1931) is an American poet, scholar, and writer. He is of European American and Osage descent, and grew up on the tribal reservation in Oklahoma. He had early education in a one-room schoolhouse, and won a Quiz Bowl scholarship for college, and attended University of Tulsa for his BA.
His Osage name, Nompehwahthe, was given to him in 1952 by Josephine Jump, his Osage grandmother. The same year, he won a Rhodes Scholarship for graduate work at Oxford University. After completing a PhD at Yale University, Revard had most of his academic career at Washington University at St. Louis, where he specialized in medieval British literature and linguistics.
Since 1980, Revard has become notable as a Native American poet and writer, and has published several books, as well as numerous articles about the literature. He has received numerous awards for this work.
-Wikipedia, Carter Revard, 2020-09-14
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