PERSONS REPRESENTED IN THIS ISSUE
LINDA BEN-ZVI, Associate Professor of English at Colorado State University, is a frequent contributor to the Newsletter's pages--most recently as the author of "Eugene O'Neill and Film," which appeared in the Spring 1983 issue (pp. 3-10).
JARKA BURIAN, Professor of Theatre at the State University of New York in Albany, has taught several seminars devoted to O'Neill. In addition to The Great God Brown, he has directed productions of The Emperor Jones, The Iceman Cometh and Hughie.
THOMAS F. CONNOLLY, an alumnus of Suffolk University, is pursuing a graduate degree in English at Boston University. (He expects to catch it at the end of the present semester.) He will serve as bar- and tape-master at the May O'Neill conference in Boston.
PETER EGRI, Professor of English at the University of Budapest, is a regular contributor to the Newsletter's pages. His book, Chekhov and O'Neill, will be published this spring; and he has completed a second book-length manuscript, "The Birth of American Tragedy." (Both works are in English.) Professor Egri will be a speaker at the O'Neill conference in Boston this May.
JAMES FISHER is Chair of the Theater Department at Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana. He unearthed Edward Gordon Craig's reactions to O'Neill, which he shares in this issue, during his recent research for a book on Craig and his interest in the commedia dell'arte.
MARCELLINE KRAFCHICK, Assistant Professor of English at California State University, Hayward, has published articles in Theatre Journal and Arizona Quarterly. Her "Hughie: Some Light on O'Neill's Moon" appeared in the Winter 1984 issue of the Newsletter (pp. 8-11).
MICHAEL J. MIKOŚ is Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of Slavic Languages at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and author of numerous publications on Polish linguistics and literature.
JORDAN Y. MILLER, Emeritus Professor of English at the University of Rhode Island, is Secretary of the Eugene O'Neill Society and the author of numerous books and articles on the playwright. His review of Judith Barlow's Final Acts: The Creation of Three Late O'Neill Plays appeared in the Winter 1985 issue of the Newsletter (pp. 28-32).
DAVID MULROY is Associate Professor of Classics at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He has published essays on many different aspects of ancient Greek and Roman literature and regularly lectures on the topic of classical mythology.
FREDERICK C. WILKINS, Chairman of the Department of English at Suffolk University, is editor of the Eugene O'Neill Newsletter and President of the Eugene O'Neill Society. He is organizing the conference on "Eugene O'Neill--the Later Years" that will be held at Suffolk University from May 29 to June 1, 1986.
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