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English educator

Bette Mandl, American English educator. Member Modern Language Association, National Council Teachers English, American Drama Society, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Mandl, Bette was born on August 19, 1940 in Brooklyn. Daughter of Frank and Fay (Harap) Greenwald.

Education

Bachelor, Brooklyn College, 1961. Master of Arts, New York University, 1965. Doctor of Education, Boston University, 1981.

Career

Teacher English, New York Public High Schools, New York City, 1961-1963. Instructor literature Cambridge (Massachusetts) Center for Adult Education, 1971—2003. From lecturer to associate professor English Suffolk University, Boston, 1976-1992, professor, 1992—2007, professor emeritus, since 2007.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributing author: Feminist Rereadings of Modern American Drama, 1989, Modern American Drama: The Female Canon, 1990, The Critical Response to Eugene O'Neill, 1993, Staging the Difference: Cultural Pluralism in American Theatre and Drama, 1995, Neil Simon: A Casebook, 1997, Wendy Wasserstein: A Casebook, 1999, The Playwrights Muse, 2002. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, National Council Teachers English, American Drama Society, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married Alexander Ernst Mandl, November 23, 1960. Children: Kenneth David, Jeffrey Elliott.

father:
Frank Greenwald

mother:
Fay (Harap) Greenwald

spouse:
Alexander Ernst Mandl

children:
Jeffrey Elliott Mandl

Kenneth David Mandl