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English professor , writer

Elizabeth Jane MacDuffie, American English professor, writer, writer. Activist, protester against aids to Contras, San Diego; lobbiest Democratic Elections, Dickinson, North Dakota; Member of National Council Teachers English (associate), Massachusetts Teachers Association (associate).

Background

MacDuffie, Elizabeth Jane was born on October 9, 1962 in Groton, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Bruce Lincoln MacDuffie and Mary Pauline Harding.

Education

Bachelor, Dickinson State University, 1993. Master of Arts, Bemidji Sate University, 1997. Postgraduate, University Massachusetts, 2002.

Career

Teaching associate University Massachusetts, Amherst, 1997—2002. Freelance writer, ghostwriter Northampton, since 1999. Adjunct professor English Holyoke Community College, Holyoke, Massachusetts, since 2004.

Adjunct faculty Bemidji State University, Bemidji, Minnesota, 1994—1997. Independent contractor, consultant, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1999—2005.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Actor: (theatrical performance) Dance of Death by Strindberg. Exhibition, Series Of Untitled Oil Paintings And Photographs. Author: (short story and poem) Making of an Atheist, Maia.

      Editor: (literary magazine) Impressions, (women's literary magazine) Dust and Fire. Middle-eastern belly dancer (performed a self-choreographed dance) Untitled.

Membership

Activist, protester against aids to Contras, San Diego. Lobbiest Democratic Elections, Dickinson, North Dakota. Member of National Council Teachers English (associate), Massachusetts Teachers Association (associate).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Belly dancing, rock musician, painting, photography.

Connections

Children: John Paul MacDuffie-Woodburn, Madeleine Augustine Darling, Erin Alexandra Hamann.

father:
Bruce Lincoln MacDuffie

mother:
Mary Pauline Harding

children:
John Paul MacDuffie-Woodburn MacDuffie

Madeleine Augustine Darling MacDuffie

Erin Alexandra Hamann MacDuffie