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Matthew David Stroud

Matthew David Stroud, American foreign languages educator.

Background

  • Stroud, Matthew David was born on October 4, 1950 in Hillsboro, Texas, United States. Son of Lowell and Augusta Louise (Wynn) Stroud.

  • Education

    • Bachelor with honors, University Texas, 1971. AM, University Southern California, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, University Southern California, 1977.

    Career

    • Assistant professor Trinity University, San Antonio, 1977-1983, associate professor, 1983-1989, professor, since 1989, chairman foreign languages, 1984-1987.

    Works

    • Author: Fatal Union: A Pluralistic Approach to the Spanish Wife-Murder Comedias, 1990, The Play in the Mirror: Lacanian Perspectives on Spanish Baroque Theater, 1996. Principal editor introduction: After Its Kind: Approaches to the Comedia (James A. Parr) 1991. Editor, translator opera producer: Celos Aun del Aire Matan (Calderon) 1981.

      Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    President Festival Calderon, San Antonio, 1983-1984. Board directors San Antonio Free Clinic, 1983-1985. Member Modern Language Association, American Association Teachers Spanish and Portuguese, Association International Hispanistas, Hispanic Society of America, Association International Siglo de Oro, Association for Hispanic Classical Theatre (board directors 1984-1993, 96—, treasurer, 1984-1990), Phi Beta Kappa (president Trinity University chpg.

    1987-1989, secretary San Antonio 1990-1997).

    Personality

    Interests

    Computer programming, racquetball.

    Connections

    • father: Lowell Stroud
    • mother: Augusta Louise (Wynn) Stroud
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    Born October 4, 1950
    (age 67)
    Nationality
    • 1971
      University Texas
    • 1974
      University Southern California
    • 1977
      University Southern California
    • 1977 - 1983
      Assistant, professor Trinity University
      San Antonio, Texas, United States