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Closing One Door, and Opening . . . ?
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 20.0271  Wednesday, 27 May 2009

From:       Hardy M. Cook <
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Date:       Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Subject:    Closing One Door, and Opening . . . ?

Dear SHAKSPEReans,

On Monday, May 25, I cleaned out my office at Bowie State University; on 
June 1, 2009, my retirement after thirty-two years is official.

I, however, have a doctor who believes that I should teach a course of 
two so that I can stay on a regular schedule and so that I can have a 
live audience. These are only two of the many reasons he believes I 
should continue to share what I have gained from my more than forty 
years of teaching in higher education.

In addition to my teaching, I am an active scholar with various 
publications in subjects ranging from Shakespeare on television to the 
editing of electronic texts; I am co-editor, with Ian Lancashire, of 
_Shakes-peares Sonnets and Louers Complaint, 1609_ and editor of an 
electronic edition of _Venus and Adonis_ and _Lucrece_, part of the 
edition of Shakespeare's _Poems_ I am preparing for the Internet 
Shakespeare Editions.  I was a founding member of SHAKSPER: The Global 
Electronic Shakespeare Conference, one of the Internet's oldest and most 
highly respected academic listservs. I have edited SHAKSPER since 1992; 
for my work with it and my other scholarly activities, I was awarded the 
University System of Maryland's Board of Regents Award for Excellence in 
Scholarship in 1999.

If anyone knows of adjunct teaching opportunities in the Baltimore, 
Annapolis, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia area, please let me 
know at my private e-mail address -- 
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I am available to teach both undergraduate and graduate courses in the 
following areas: Shakespeare (especially Shakespeare in performance in 
the theater and on film and television), British Literature, drama, and 
research methods and humanities computing and others.

I will gladly supply my CV, references, and previous syllabi upon request.

Hardy M. Cook, Ph.D.
Retired Professor of English
Editor of SHAKSPER
Independent Scholar

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