Southern Women Playwrights: New Essays in Literary History and Criticism

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Contributors

Claudia Barnett, Associate Professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University, is the editor of Wendy Wasserstein: A Casebook (1998). Her work has appeared in Modern Drama and in Theatre Journal.

Elizabeth S. Bell is currently the John and Mary Grew Palmetto Professor of American Studies at the University of South Carolina at Aiken. Author of three books, Words That Must Somehow Be Said (1985), The Short Fiction of Kay Boyle (1992), and Sisters of the Wind: Voices of Early Women Aviators (1994), Bell has written numerous articles on composition pedagogy and on women authors.

Elizabeth Brown-Guillory is Professor of English and Associate Dean of the College of Humanities, Fine Arts, and Communication at the University of Houston. A playwright and performing artist, she is the author or editor of three books on women writers of color: Their Place on the Stage: Black Women Playwrights in America (1988), Wines in the Wilderness: Plays by African-American Women from the Harlem Renaissance to the Present (1990), and Women of Color : Mother-Daughter Relationships in 20th-Century Literature (1996).

Sally Burke, Professor of English and Women's Studies at the University of Rhode Island, is the author of American Feminist Playwrights: A Critical History (1997).

Carlos L. Dews, Associate Professor of English at the University of West Florida, is the founding president of the Carson McCullers Society and the editor of Illumination and Night Glare: The Unfinished Autobiography of Carson Mc Cu ll e r s (1999).

J. Ellen Gainor is Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in Theatre at Cornell University. Author of Shaw's Daughters: Dramatic and Narrative Con

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