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S H A K S P E R
Shakespeare Electronic Conference
Member Biographies - Volume 63

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*Palmer, Barbara <
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B.A., English, Chatham College, Pittsburgh; M.A., Ph.D., English,
Michigan State University.  Currently Professor of English, Mary
Washington College; former faculty positions at Wayne State University,
University of Leeds, Northern Illinois University, and Chatham College.
Principal teaching and research concentrations: early English drama
(beginnings to 1642), Shakespeare, medieval English literature, Chaucer,
early English drama in performance, English Renaissance literature,
early English theatre history.  Current research priorities: Records of
Early English Drama (REED) project as U.S. Executive Director of the
project and co-editor of the Derbyshire, West Riding Yorkshire, Clifford
household, and Cavendish family records' collections; wit and humor in
_Hamlet_ on film; interdisciplinary uses of the REED volumes (e.g.,
paleography, historic preservation, and women's studies research and
teaching); historic definitions of "city" and "town" in assessing early
English entertainment data.  Current and continuous interests include
the Early Drama, Art, and Music project (EDAM) with its tacit critical
caveat not to ignore the visual dimensions-early English religious art,
iconography, dramatic production, gesture, the new Globe, staging
evidence from the records, and so forth-which define theatre, then as
now.

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*Day, Gill <
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I am currently a lecturer in English at the University of Central
England, in Birmingham, U.K. with a specialist interest in Shakespeare
and Renaissance Studies generally.

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*Ulrey, Jeremy <
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My name is Jeremy Ulrey.  I am an English student at West Texas A&M
University.  My goal is to become a writer of some lasting significance,
and to that end I am attempting to devour all the major influences of
the past.  I place as much emphasis on reading follow-up criticism to
each of the major works as I do the works themselves.  My interest in
Shakespeare as the epitome of both style and characterization is thus
assured.

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*Sumner, Angela M <
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Angela M Sumner: student of political studies and Anglistics at the
Justus Liebig
University Gie

 

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