Lewis in Philadelphia
Charles F. Reed
© 2005 C. F. Reed
Charles Reed became an emeritus professor in 1993 after almost three decades on the faculty at Temple University in Philadelphia. In learning about his adopted city, he fell in with some enthusiasts for the story of Lewis and Clark in the years when they were preparing to host an annual meeting of their society, the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation, Inc. They were willing to overlook his protests that he was not a historian, on the grounds that his work in psychology, even including some with illusions and non-human creatures, indicated some capacity for delving.
He was educated at Princeton, earned his Ph.D. at the University of California in Berkeley, and has been a member of the faculty at his undergraduate alma mater and the psychiatry department of SUNY in Syracuse, with research and teaching excursions in Santa Cruz, Temple Japan in Tokyo, and Lausanne, Switzerland.
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Funded in part by a grant from the National Park Service Challenge-Cost Share Program