The George I. Brown Papers contain publications, correspondence, professional and biographical files, subject files on confluent
education and Gestalt therapy, and teaching files of the UCSB professor emeritus of education.
George Isaac Brown was born in Hanover, New Hampshire March 14, 1923. He achieved his B.A. in Chemical Engineering and English
at the University of New Hampshire in 1949, and returned for an Ed. M. in Elementary Education in 1954. In 1958, he received
an Ed.D. from Harvard University. Following several elementary and junior high school teaching positions, he began lecturing
at the Universities of New Hampshire and Delaware. He came to UCSB's Graduate School of Education as a Visiting Associate
Professor in 1961 and achieved the status of Professor in 1969. Brown founded the confluent education program at UCSB, which
was influenced by his training as a Gestalt therapist. In addition to teaching, he published many articles and several books,
and served as the director for the Ford-Esalen project and Development and Research in Confluent Education (DRICE).
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