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Odum, Howard Washington was born on May 24, 1884 in Bethlehem, Walton County, Georgia, United States. HOWARD W ODUM THE BLDG YR (Harvard Dissertations in American History and Political Science)
Odum, Howard Washington was born on May 24, 1884 in Bethlehem, Walton County, Georgia, United States. Son of William Pleasants and Mary Ann (Thomas) Odum. A Sociological Analysis of Southern Regionalism: The Contributions of Howard W. Odum.
Howard Washington Odum (May 24, 1884 – November 8, 1954) was an American sociologist and author, publishing three novels in addition to 20 scholarly texts. He also founded the university's School of Public Welfare, one of the first in the Southeast.
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Howard W. Odum served as President of the American Sociological Society in 1930. His Presidential Address, "Folk and Regional Conflict as a Field of Sociological Study," was delivered at the organization's annual meeting in Cleveland, Ohio in December 1930. The UNC Archives provides the following biographical summary of Dr. Odum's life and work: Howard Washington Odum was born May 24, 1884, on a small farm near Bethlehem, Georgia, the son of William Pleasants and Mary Ann Odum. In 1900, Odum began his studies at Emory College, and graduated four years later.
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Odum's prolific contribution to the social sciences has been an influence on multiple disciplines, including ecology. Both of his sons, Eugene and Howard T. Odum, were internationally recognized scholars of ecology. The Odum brothers frequently cited their father's holistic inquiry as an important influence in their own understanding of emergent properties and other ecological concepts. Odum became a faculty member in the School of Public Welfare (a precursor of the School of Social Work) and Department of Sociology at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1920. Odum was born May 24, 1884, on a small farm near Bethlehem, Georgia. He graduated in 1904 from Emory College in Oxford, Georgia. From there he moved to Mississippi, where he taught in a rural school, earned an . in classics in 1906 from the University of Mississippi, and found time to collect Black folk songs and folklore. In 1912 he moved to the University of Georgia as an educational sociologist.
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