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Donald E. Hall

Donald E. Hall, English educator. California State University grantee, 1991-1995; fellow University Illinois, 1982-1983, provost's fellow University Maryland, 1986-1988.


  • Hall, Donald E. was born on August 16, 1960. Son of Donald Eugene and Margie Davison Hall.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Alabama, 1981. Master of Arts, University Illinois, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy, University Maryland, 1991.


    • Visiting professor English National University Rwanda, 1984-1986. Assistant professor English California State University, Northridge, 1991-1995, associate professor, 1995-1999, coordinator humanities interdisciplinary program, 1995—2002, professor, since 1999, associate chair English, 1995—2002, chair English Department, since 2002. Member advisory board Victorian Poetry, since 1995.


    • Fixing Patriarchy: Feminism and Mid-Victorian Male Novelists
    • The 1840s, 50s, and 60s: three decades during which the British feminist movement saw some of its most intense activity of the nineteenth-century, and readers find some of the most monstrous, troubling representations of women by male writers in all of literary history.


    Co-founder, board directors Institute for Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay and Transgender Studies, California State University, Northridge, since 1995. Member Modern Language Association (national delegate since 1997, member prose fiction executive committee since 1997), Pacific Coast Modern Language Association, Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of Western United States, Phi Beta Kappa.


    • father: Donald Eugene
    • mother: Margie Davison Hall
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    Born August 16, 1960
    (age 57)
    • 1981
      University Alabama
    • 1984
      University Illinois
    • 1991
      University Maryland
    • 1984 - 1986
      Visiting professor, English National University Rwanda
    • 1991 - 1995
      assistant, professor English California State University
      Northridge, California, United States
    • 2002
      assistant, professor English California State University
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