Edward Cameron Dimock

Professor emeritus of South Asian languages at the University of Chicago, Edward Cameron Dimock first went to India in 1955, where he lived and taught for many years. A Fulbright Scholar, Dimock has received numerous awards and honors, including those from the National Academy of Letters in New Delhi and the India League of America. He is on the board of trustees at the American Institute of Indian Studies, where he was president from 1972 to 1987. He now lives with his wife on Cape Cod and travels to India several times a year.