Multi-ethnic, Indigenous, and Intertextual Dialogues in Drama
Edited By Dorothy Figueira and Marc Maufort
Notes on Contributors 229
Notes on Contributors Geoffrey V. Davis has recently retired from his chair at Aachen University (RWTH), Germany. His research interests include Colonial and Postcolonial Writing, Drama and Film, with a particular emphasis on South Africa, Canada, and Australia. His recent publications include the co-edited volumes: Indigeneity: Culture and Representation and Staging New Britain: Aspects of Black and South Asian British Theatre Practice. He is co-editor of the series Cross/Cultures: Readings in the Post/Colonial Literatures in English (Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi) and of the African studies series Matatu (Rodopi). He was the international chair of the Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (ACLALS) from 2007-2010. Caroline De Wagter completed a Master of Arts in Drama at Stanford University in 2005. In November 2009, she obtained her Ph.D. in Modern Languages and Literatures at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium. She has co-edited Signatures of the Past: Cultural Memory in Contemporary Anglophone North American Drama. She has also published several articles and book reviews in anthologies and journals such as Interlitteraria, BELL, and Studies in Theatre and Performance. She is currently working on her forthcoming book “Months on fire with songs”: Negotiating Multi-ethnic Identities on the Contemporary North American Stage (Rodopi, Cross/Cultures series). Harry J. Elam, Jr. is Freeman-Thornton Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education at Stanford University. He is the author of Taking It to the Streets: The Social Protest Theater of Luis Valdez and Amiri Baraka, and The Past as Present in the Drama of August Wilson. He has...
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