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Margaretmary Daley

language educator , literature educator

Margaretmary Daley, American language educator, literature educator. Honorary fellow, St. Hilda's College, Oxford, England, 2000.

Background

Daley, Margaretmary was born on July 27, 1961 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Joseph C. and Edwina A. Daley.

Education

Student, Freie University, Berlin, 1980—1981. AB, Stanford University, 1983. Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, 1994.

Career

Teaching assistant Yale University, New Haven, 1985—1986. Under-assistant library Beinecke Library. and Rare Book Museum, 1986. Lecturer Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin, 1989—1992.

Visiting assistant professor Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 1993—1994. Assistant professor Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 1994—2000, associate professor, since 2000, department chair modern languages and literature, since 2000. Chair faculty senate committee on women Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 1997—2000, member steering committee women's studies, Judaic studies, German studies.

Works

book Women of Letters: A Study of Self and Genre in the Personal Correspondence of Caroline Schlegel-Schelling, Rahel Levin Varnhagen, and Bettina von ... in German Literature Linguistics and Culture)

Connections

Children: Blake, Devin Ann Ford.

father:
Joseph C.

mother:
Edwina A. Daley

children:
Blake Daley

Devin Ann Ford Daley