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Matthew Hays Wikander

English language educator

Matthew Hays Wikander, American English language educator. Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission scholar, 1970-1972; grantee American Council Learned Societies, 1989, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1990, Newberry Library., 1996. Member Modern Language Association, Shakespeare Association American.

Background

Wikander, Matthew Hays was born on March 21, 1950 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Lawrence Einar and Ethel Marie (Whitlow) Wikander.

Education

Bachelor, Williams College, 1970. Bachelor, Cambridge University, England, 1972. Master of Arts, Cambridge University, England, 1979.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Michigan, 1975.

Career

Lecturer in drama Residential College University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1975-1978. Assistant professor English Columbia University, New York City, 1978-1987. Associate professor English University Toledo, 1987-1990, professor English, since 1990, director Master Liberal Studies program, 1992-1997.

President University of Texas-American Association of University Professors, 1999—2001.

Works

book The Play of Truth and State: Historical Drama from Shakespeare to Brecht book Fangs Of Malice: Hypocrisy Sincerity And Acting (Studies Theatre Hist & Culture) book Fangs Of Malice: Hypocrisy Sincerity And Acting (Studies Theatre Hist & Culture) by Wikander, Matthew H (2002) Hardcover

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, Shakespeare Association American.

Connections

Married Kathryn Adisman, January 30, 1971 (divorced October 1979). Married Christine Anne Child, July 31, 1980.

father:
Lawrence Einar Wikander

mother:
Ethel Marie (Whitlow) Wikander

spouses:
Kathryn Adisman

Christine Anne Child