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Fedder, Norman (1/26/1934-) | Morse Department of Special Collections

Name: Fedder, Norman (1/26/1934-)


Historical Note:

From Norman Fedder cv:

HONORS AND AWARDS:

1988      William Stamey Outstanding Teacher Award

1989      Registered Drama Therapist

1990   Kansas Theatre Hall of Fame

1994      Board Certified Trainer, National Association for Drama Therapy      

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

1934      Born

1955      Married, Deborah Pincus. Children: 1962 - Jordan; 1964 -Tamar       

EDUCATION:

1950-1952 Johns Hopkins University: Writing, Speech, and Drama

1953-1955 Brooklyn College, CUNY: Speech and Theatre - B.A.

1955-1956 Columbia University: Dramatic Literature - M.A.

1956-1960 New York University: Dramatic Literature - Ph.D.

1962 M.A. thesis: "Ibsenism in Arthur Miller"; Ph.D. dissertation: "The Influence of D.H. Lawrence on Tennessee Williams"       

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

1956-1959 NYC Secondary Schools: Substitute Teacher, English

1957-1958 Baruch College, CUNY: Lecturer, English

1957-1958 Long Island University: Lecturer, English

1960-1961 Trenton State College: Assistant Professor of English

1961-1964 Indiana State College: Associate Professor of English

1964-1967 Florida Atlantic University: Associate Professor of English

1967-1970 University of Arizona: Associate Professor of Drama

1970-1980 Kansas State University: Associate Professor of Theatre

1980-1989 Kansas State University: Professor of Theatre

1989-1999 Kansas State University: Distinguished Professor of Theatre Specializations: Playwriting, Creative Drama, Drama Therapy, Religion and Theatre, Jewish Theatre, Drama in Jewish Education, American Ethnic Theatre, Staging of Original Plays, Dramatic Literature. Courses Taught: Remedial English, English Composition, Advanced Exposition, Oral Communication, Introduction to Literature, Shakespeare, English Renaissance Drama, Modern Drama, The Nature ofDrama, Studies in Dramatic Literature, Modern British Drama, Theory of Tragedy and Comedy, Beginning and Advanced Acting, Beginning and Advanced Directing, Beginning and Advanced Playwriting, Workshop in Playwriting, Modern European Theatre, Tennessee Williams, Oral Interpretation of Literature, Readers Theatre, Religion and Theatre, Jewish Theatre, Drama Therapy with Special Populations, CreativeDrama, Developmental Drama, Principles of Drama Therapy, American Ethnic Theatre, Greek and Roman Theatre, Medieval and Baroque Theatre.

For a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and lists of plays written, publications, professional activities, plays directed, and grants, awards, and honors: See Container List; Notebook No. 1




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