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language educator , writer

Bruce Ditmas Bromley, American language educator, writer. Recipient Master Teacher award New York University, 2000-2003, award of excellence, 2003-2007, Golden Dozen award for teaching excellence New York University, 2006; Mohlberger fellow in English Literature, 2000-2001. Instructor Earl Hall G.E.D. program Columbia University, New York City, since 1995. Member Princeton Club, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Bromley, Bruce Ditmas was born on September 23, 1956 in New York City. Son of Stephen Baldwin and Patricia Ann Bromley.

Education

Student, Berklee College Music, 1980. Bachelor in English with honors, Columbia University, 1995. Master of Arts, New York University, 1997.

Master of Philosophy, New York University, 1999. Doctor of Philosophy, New York University, 2007.

Career

Poetry workship assistant director Phillips Brooks House Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1976-1980. Instructor in compositional analysis Berklee College Music, Boston, 1978-1984. Poetry reading supervisor Shakespeare and Company, Paris, 1985-1992.

Instructor English literature Columbia University, New York City, 1993-1995. Instructor expository writing program New York University, 1996—2003, language lecturer in expository writing, since 2003. Mentor in expository writing program New York University, 2000-2003, lecturer, since 2003.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (play) Sound for Three Voices, 1986, poems, (essays) Foilsu, 2001, Women & Performance, 2002, On The Square. Composer (score and piano) Hamlet. Composer, playwright in residence Oxford University Theatre Troupe, Edinburgh Theatre Festival, Scotland, 1986-1987.

      Contributor poems to Gargoyle Magazine, numerous essays, short stories to The Vocabulary Review.

Membership

Instructor Earl Hall G.E.D. program Columbia University, New York City, since 1995. Member Princeton Club, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

father:
Stephen Baldwin

mother:
Patricia Ann Bromley