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REED-L  March 1995

REED-L March 1995

Subject:

February biographical sketches

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"A. Young" <[log in to unmask]>

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REED-L: Records of Early English Drama Discussion

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Tue, 7 Mar 1995 12:03:44 -0500

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Here is the second in the monthly series of bio's from new members. Once
again, I have edited lightly if at all (mostly to be sure that everyone's
name and e-address appears at the end of the sketch. I continue to be
fascinated by the different ways that people find out about this list;
one thing I have realised is that as soon as you get listed in one
published Internet guide, you find yourself listed everywhere! Listing
lists seems to be an unending occupation. Today seems to be my
day to innundate all of you with messages, doesn't it? Well, this is it
for today! I shall now return to my secret identity and check
transcriptions for the next volume. By the way, has anyone seen any
reviews of REED _Shropshire_?
 
A.
 
=====================================
 
Barbara Palmer is Dean of the Faculty and Professor of English at Mary
Washington College, the public (i.e., state-supported) liberal arts
undergraduate college of the Virginia higher education system.  She
currently is stalled in computer-entering the West Riding records for
the REED volume(s) because of her deanly duties, but she at least
feels dreadfully guilty.
 
John Wasson is editor of the Devon REED volume, Malone Norfolk-Suffolk
records, waiting to be published Derbyshire and Clifford household
records, and co-editor of the West Riding REED.  He currently is
nagging his co-editor wife about the West Riding project and teaching
a paleography course, thinly disguised as "Archives and Society," in
Mary Washington College's Department of Historic Preservation.
 
Barbara Palmer and John Wasson <[log in to unmask]>
====================================================
 
There was a time when the reed-l was (seemed?) small and I suspected
we all knew each other, but that's clearly not the case any longer, so
here's a quick bio: I teach in the Department of English and the
Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto. I teach
medieval and renaissance drama primarily in undergraduate classes, and
a graduate course in the morality plays. I edited the REED volume for
Herefordshire and Worcestershire (1990), and am now about 2/3 of the
way through the volume for Wales. I am also editing the small number
of surviving sixteenth century interludes in Welsh.  I am
celebrating(?) my 27th year with PLS - I now chair the production
committee and try to stay out of shows. On the side I direct a
professional shawm and sackbut ensemble, the Hogtown Waytes.
 
Prof. David Klausner/Centre for Medieval Studies/University of Toronto
[log in to unmask]  phone: 416-978-6752  fax: 416-971-1398
==================================================
Michael McClintock: I am a graduate student at the University of
Toronto in the department of English where I am completing a thesis on
the Elizabethan dramatic soliloquy convention. My interests in English
Renaissance drama do not focus solely on Shakespeare, and so I hope
that REED-L will provide a useful and interesting complement to the
discussions on the SHAKSPER list.
 
As to how I discovered the list, I saw its name mentioned in a few
postings on one of the other Renaissance lists in a discussion of the
net resources available to Renaissance scholars. I tracked down the
listserv address on the UPenn English Gopher.
 
Michael Mcclintock <[log in to unmask]>
====================================================
I am a senior at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and I am
a Theatre major with a writing minor.  I have been acting for a long
time and now I am interested in all aspects of theatre.  Right now I
am taking a theatre history course which includes works pre-1700.
 
I was given the address with your name included from my father who in
turn got it from a friend of his.  It was on a list printed out
presumably from internet or WWW or some information center.
 
Anna K. Soderberg
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======================================================
I am currently Assistant Professor of Speech and Theatre at Genesee
Community College. As the crow flies not all that far from Toronto. My
major area of expertise is in the design and technical aspects of
theatre. An area that I have worked steadily in since graduate school.
I have been employed at four year and two year schools. My design work
has been recognized on several occasions by the American College
Theatre Festival.
 
My interest in English Culture prior to 1642 is, of course, bound up
with theatre. While I was a graduate student I had the oppurtunity to
explore the Pagaent/Cycle plays. Because I consider myself a "techie"
I got wrapped up in the wagons. I was able to spend some time reading
was availble at that time (1976) and was not happy with the solutions
that were presented. The Early English Text Society was just
publishing some primary documents at the time that were intriguing. I
remember going thru the Coventry Leet Book looking for refernces to
the guilds and the pagaents. Since time I have had not enough time to
go back an pursue this. As my working career is changing I see that I
might in fact have the time. It will take me awhile, I am sure, to
cover the old and the new ground. I am looking forward to spending
that time.
 
My education: AA - Orange County Community College, 1968
              BA - SUNY Albany, 1971
              MA - SUNY Albany, 1981
Professional Activities- For the past ten years I have been involved
with the East Central Theatre Conference. I am the immdeiate Past-
President, for one more week.
I currently serve as coordinator of the Honors program at GCC.
 
Thomas R. Clark
Genesee Community College
Batavia, NY 14020
716-343-0055  x6448
e-mail  [log in to unmask]
==========================================
My name is Lyn Dohaney. I am a graduate student (ABD as of Fall 1994)
in the Drama Dept. at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.
Tufts awards the Ph.D. degree in the areas of theatre history,
dramatic literature, theory, and criticism. I am currently preparing
my dissertation proposal. My specific area of interest is the
Restoration, but I am generally interested in all aspects of pre-19th
century English and Irish theatre and drama.
 
I heard about REED-L through Ken McCoy's A GUIDE TO INTERNET RESOURCES
IN THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE STUDIES.  This document was distributed
during an Internet class prepared specifically for theatre grad
students by one of Tufts' librarians.
 
Lyn Dohaney
[log in to unmask]
===========================================================
I teach medieval/renaissance literature at Texas A&M International
University in Laredo, Texas.  My current research projects are mostly
early Tudor things (dialogue, classical influence), but I also teach
Chaucer, medieval drama, and rhetoric, all of which are particularly
enjoyable to teach here on the border.
 
I'm from Georgia (Ph.D. UGA), and my hobbies include writing verse and
cooking food.  I've been on the net for two years and have only flamed
one person.
 
Robert Haynes <[log in to unmask]>
=================================================
My name is Hugh MacDonald. I am a graduate of Vic (8T2). While an
undergraduate I was interested in medieval and renaissance history
and liternature.
 
After I left school these interests became an avocation. I collect
antiquarian books, study languages ... currently gaelic and when not
working, spending time with my family or doing volunteer work I
continue to read, study and enjoy early literature.
 
I am currently employed by the CIBC as the head of HR for the
Operations and Technolgy Division. My prime business expertise is
negotiation and conflict resolution. I have studied negotiation at
Harvard Law School, Adult Education at St. F.X,, and Business at UWO.
 
I confess that I would gain much more than I could ever contribute if
allowed to register as a subscriber to REED-L.
 
I learned about your list as a result of a reference to it in
correspondence posted on the Gaelic-L and Mediev-L lists. I subscribe
to both of these lists.
 
Hugh MacDonald
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