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Adams, Barry B.
Barry Banfield Adams is a Prof Emeritus from the Department of English at Cornell University. As a distinguished scholar of the humanities with a deep commitment to undergraduate education, Barry Adams' tenure in the Department of English spanned 38 years. His essays on medieval and renaissance drama have appeared in many professional journals, and he was a contributor to a volume titled Teaching Shakespeare. During his Cornell Career, he served as vice provost, chairman of the English department, chairman of the University Faculty Library Board, and served on the Faculty Council of Representatives. In 1976, Boston College awarded him a Presidential Bicentennial Award for personal dedication, excellence and service.
(Internet-First University Press, 2019)Winthrop (“Pete”) Wetherbee recounts highlights of his career as Professor of English at Cornell with close ties to Cornell’s Medieval Studies Program and its Department of Classics. He also describes his role in developing ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2015-09-10)During his 38 years on the Cornell faculty, Jonathan Culler (successor to M. H. Abrams as Class of 1916 Professor of English) has served as academic administrator as well as teacher and scholar, first as Director of the ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2015-09-10)Professor Gilbert discusses the biography he is writing about beloved poet A.R. (Archie) Ammons: he commens briefly about the legendary M.H. (Mike) Abrams.
(Internet-First University Press, 2015-07-27)Professor Kenneth McClane reflects on his experience as a Cornell freshman, as a member of the Arts College undergraduate College Scholars Program, as a graduate student in the Cornell English Department, and as the ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2015-07-27)As a member of the Cornell English Department, Professor Lurie has taught courses in literature as well as writing. These included treatment of such topics as children’s literature and children in literature that had not ...