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Notes on Contributors--1999

Dr. Robert Bray is the founding editor of The Tennessee Williams Annual Review and the Director of the Tennessee Williams Scholars' Conference, held each year in New Orleans. He is the author of numerous articles and book chapters on Tennessee Williams and wrote the introductions for the latest editions of The Glass Menagerie and Vieux Carré. He is Professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University.

Articles include:
1998--Editor's Forward and Acknowledgments
1998--Editor's Note to "Shadow Wood"
1999--Editor's Note to "The Negative" (151 kb PDF file)
2000--Editor's Note to The One Exception
2001--Teaching Tennessee (Member of Conference Panel)

The late Linda Dorff was Assistant Professor of Theatre History, Theory and Criticism in the School of Theatre at the University of Houston. She received her Ph.D. from New York University in 1997. In addition to editing a book of interviews, Working with Tennessee, she produced and directed a documentary film for public television entitled Tennessee Williams' Dragon Country: The Late Plays. She was Advisor to the Hartford Stage Company's decade-long Tennessee Williams Marathon.

Dr. Philip Kolin is Professor of English at the University of Southern Mississippi and the author of over twenty-five books and 175 articles. He is the editor of several Tennessee Williams guides and is currently editing The Tennessee Williams Encyclopedia. He has also served as guest editor for special issues on Tennessee Williams in Southern Quarterly, Mississippi Quarterly, and Studies in American Drama.

Lindy Levin is a licensed family therapist living in Pacific Palisades, California. For two years she was an affiliated scholar at the University of Southern California and has taught developmental psychology at Mount St. Mary's College in Los Angeles. Currently she is a research scholar at the UCLA Center for the Study of Women.

Articles include:
1999--Shadow Into Light: A Jungian Analysis of The Night of the Iguana (932 kb PDF file)

Dr. R. Barton Palmer is Calhoun Lemon Professor of Literature and Director of the South Carolina Film Institute at Clemson University. His latest book on Hollywood film (with Cheryl Lower) is Joseph Mankiewicz: Critical Essays with a Bibliography and Filmography.

Dr. R. Brian Parker is Professor Emeritus of English at Trinity College, University of Toronto, where he served as founding Director of the Graduate Drama Center, Head of Graduate English Studies, and Vice Provost of Trinity College. His major research is in Renaissance drama, and he has also published widely on the works of Tennessee Williams and other dramatists.

Michael R. Schiavi is Assistant Professor of English and Coordinator of ESL at New York Institute of Technology, Manhattan Campus. His work is forthcoming in Cassell's Companion to Twentieth Century Theatre and in the anthology entitled A Doorway, A Dawn, a Dusk: Queer Lives in the Theatre (Wesleyan University Press).

Lori Leathers Single is a doctoral student in English at Georgia State University. She has several publications and has won the Ray Browne award for her essay entitled "Reading Against the Grain: The Reception for Kenneth Branagh's Frankenstein."

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