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- Calls for papers – Conferences taking place in April – ESSE
- Text & Presentation, 2010
During his service he was promoted to the rank of second lieutenant and was honorably discharged in He decided to continue his education in the United States and sought the advice of Dr.
Howard Stein, Professor of Theatre Studies at the Yale School of Drama, who highly recommended the University of Iowa because it had the top programs in playwriting and fiction writing in the country. Stratos was admitted to the University of Iowa where he earned an M.
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His first academic advisor was Samuel L. Becker and his dissertation advisor was Ray L.
- Yoshiko Fukushima's Curriculum Vitae!
- London for Christmas & New Year 2011!
- Take me to Bed: Dont You Want to Stay?!
- Kiki Gounaridou | Smith College.
Heffner Stratos taught in the Department of Classics at the University of Arizona where he served as the first director of its Modern Greek Program. He became a US citizen in to earn the right to vote in the United States as well.
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- American Literature on Stage and Screen.
- Cookie Settings.
- A Sensual Seduction!
- Text & Presentation 2009 (The Comparative Drama Conference Series).
- Education & Fellowships.
- Rethinking Curriculum Studies (Routledge Library Editions: Education).
He has also given 72 talks as a panelist or as a guest speaker at conferences and other events in Canada, Finland, Greece, Israel, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States. He is particularly interested in why and how classical and pre-modern literatures and theories continue to influence modern and postmodern production choices in the media of theatre, radio, cinema, and television. He has also authored three plays and one novel. His most recent play is Senate Hearing Teaching: He has designed and taught 44 different graduate and undergraduate courses in three American universities — the University of Iowa, the University of Arizona, and The Ohio State University.
He is credited for having taught the first course on Modern Greek drama in the United States.
Calls for papers – Conferences taking place in April – ESSE
March 25, February 27, February 6, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Writing Center. January 26, and May 28, August 14, August 16, November 30, Co-presenter with Jill Fennel. August 10, Co-presenter with Staci Poston Conner. August 11, Co-presentation with Jaqueline Kerr.
John C. University of Tennessee, Knoxville, for the academic year. Hodges Award for Excellence as a hour Tutor. Keith P. April 4, April 8, Verna Foster.
Text & Presentation, 2010
Fortieth Annual Comparative Drama Conference. Baltimore, MD.
April 1, March 27, March 23, Los Angeles, CA.