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Helen Jennifer Brady, Canadian Language educator. Princeton University fellow, 1974-1975; Canada Council fellow, 1975-1979; Lincoln G. Hutton scholar Victoria U., 1973; recipient Jolliffe Gold medal Victoria U., 1974, Clarence Day award for outstanding teaching, 1993. Vice president Victoria U. Alumni Association, Toronto, 1980-1981; co-president Victoria U. Alumni Association/U. Toronto, 1981-1982. Member Modern Language Association.

Background

Brady, Helen Jennifer was born on March 7, 1952 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Daughter of Patrick Edward Hearty and Margaret Jean (Nesbitt) Brady. came to the United States, 1984.

Education

Bachelor, University Toronto, 1974. Master of Arts, Princeton (New Jersey) University, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy in English Literature, Princeton (New Jersey) University, 1980.

Career

Assistant professor, U. Toronto, 1980-1982; instructor, Marianopolis College, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1983; assistant professor, Rhodes College, Memphis, 1984-1988; associate professor, Rhodes College, Memphis, since 1988; Charles R. Glover chair English studies, Rhodes College, Memphis, 1991.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: (with W.H. Herendeen) Ben Jonson's 1616 Folio, 1991, (with Earl Miner) Literary Transmission and Authority: Dryden and Other Writers, 1993.

Membership

Vice president Victoria University Alumni Association, Toronto, 1980-1981. Co-president Victoria University Alumni Association/U. Toronto, 1981-1982. Member Modern Language Association.

Connections

father:
Patrick Edward Hearty Brady

mother:
Margaret Jean (Nesbitt) Brady