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Education educator

Richard J. Ellis, British education educator. Recipient E6000, South Bank Arts Center, 2000-2003, E400, British Academy, London, 2001, E800, ASA Mellon Foundation. Fellow: British Association; member: American Studies Association (member international committee since 2005), British Association American Studies.

Background

Ellis, Richard J. was born on September 1, 1949 in London, England. Son of Jack and Joan Theodora Ellis.

Education

Bachelor, University Exeter, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy, University Exeter, 1977.

Career

Principal lecturer Staffordshire University, England, 1974. Professor Nottingham Trent University, England, 1994—2004, University Birmingham, since 2004. Member executive committee British Association American Studies, London, 1998—2000.

Chair British Association American Studies Learning Resource Committee. External examiner Manchester Metropolitan, England, 1994—1998, University Central Lancaster, 1998—2003, University Gloucester, Cheltenhem, England, 1999, University College, Winchester, 2002—2006, University Essex, since 2004, University College Cork, since 2005.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: (scholarly journals) European Journal American Studies, 1999—2002, Comparative American Studies, since 2003, (scholarly collection) Faulkner and Modernism, 2000.

Membership

Fellow: British Association. Member: American Studies Association (member international committee since 2005), British Association American Studies.

Connections

Married Margaret Evans.

father:
Jack Ellis

mother:
Joan Theodora Ellis

spouse:
Margaret Evans.