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Erik Erikson Timeline

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Transcript of Erik Erikson Timeline

Works Cited:
-http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erik_Erikson
-http://www.muskingum.edu/~psych/psycweb/history/erikson.htm
-http://www.neh.gov/about/awards/jefferson-lecture
The Life of Erik Erikson 1902 He was born on June 15 in Frankfort, Germany. 1911 He was officially adopted by his step father and his last name changed from Salomonsen to Homburger. 1920 He started wandering about Europe, keeping a diary of his experiences. 1930 He married his wife Joan Serson Erikson.
He had 3 kids with her.
He converted to Christianity because of her.
- He had been born and raised Jewish. 1933 He graduated Vienna Psychoanalytic Institute, came to the U.S. and became Boston's first child analyst.
He also obtained position at Harvard Medical School. 1933 He joined the staff at Harvard University, where he worked at the Institute of Human Relations and taught at the Medical School. 1950 He published his book Childhood and Society.
He then spent ten years working and teaching at the Austen Riggs Center. 1960 He returned to Harvard as professor of human development. 1958 He published his book Young man Luther. 1963 He published his book Youth: Change and Challenge. 1964 He published his book Insight and Responsibility. 1968 He published his book Identity: Youth and Crisis 1970 He retired from Harvard. 1973 The National Endowment for the Humanities selected him for the Jefferson Lecture.
- It recognizes an individual who has made significant scholarly contributions to the humanities and who has the ability to communicate the knowledge and wisdom of the humanities in a broadly appealing way. 1994 He died on May 12 in Harwich, Massachusetts of unknown causes.
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