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Editor: Harley Hammerman
St. Louis, Missouri

Volume 3
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Our Contributors

P. K. BRASK teaches Theatre at the University of Winnipeg. He has published essays, poetry,
short stories, translations and interviews in a variety of journals. His books include Aboriginal
Voices: Amerindian, Inuit and Sami Theatre
(coeditor), Contemporary Issues in Canadian
Theatre and Drama
(editor).

 

NAEEMA ALI ABDEL GAWAD is a lecturer at El Madina Higher Institute for International Languages (MHIIL), El Madina Academy, in Cairo, Egypt.  She has a Ph. D. in Comparative African-American literature, and her Ph. D. thesis was nominated for "The German Society for Contemporary Theatre and Drama in English (CDE) Award."

 

GLENDA E. GILL is Professor Emerita of Drama in Humanities at the Michigan Technological University in Houghton.  A theatre historian, she is the author of two books and more than twenty-five articles.  She was among fifteen theatre professionals commissioned by Harry J. Elam, Editor of Theatre Journal, to participate in a forum of black theatre for the December, 2005 issue.

 

JOHN IVERSON recently graduated from Texas State University-San Marcos with an MA in
Theatre History with an emphasis on Shakespearian studies. He studied with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon, England in the summer of 2007. He recently worked as production dramaturg on his university’s production of The Caucasian Chalk
Circle by Bertolt Brecht in the Spring of 2007.  John will be pursuing his Ph.D. at Texas Tech
University in the fall.

 

WILLIAM DAVIES KING is professor of theater at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is the author of A Wind is Rising: The Correspondence of Agnes Boulton and Eugene O'Neill and Collections of Nothing, published by University of Chicago Press last summer.  His book Another Part of a Long Story, a biographical study of Agnes Boulton, will soon be published by the University of Michigan Press.

 

GEORGE MONTEIRO is Professor Emeritus of English and of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies and Adjunct Professor of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies at Brown University.  His recent books include The Presence of Camőes (1996), Conversations with Elizabeth Bishop (1998), The Presence of Pessoa (1998), Stephen Crane's Blue Badge of Courage (2000), and Fernando Pessoa and Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Literature (2000).

 

LAURIN PORTER is Professor of English at the University of Texas-Arlington, where she teaches drama, nineteenth and twentieth-century American literature, and women's studies. She is the author of The Banished Prince: Time, Memory, and Ritual in the Late Plays of Eugene O'Neill plus numerous articles on modern and contemporary drama, including, most recently, a discussion of musical and literary allusions in the late plays (Eugene O'Neill Review [2006]). Her book on Horton Foote's cycle plays, Orphans' Home: The Voice and Vision of Horton Foote, was published in 2003.

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