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Timothy Conway Murray

comparative literature educator

Timothy Conway Murray, American comparative literature educator. Recipient Alpert award, 2006; Rockefeller Brothers Theological fellow 1974-1975, Fulbright fellow, 1977-1978, Camargo Foundation fellow, France, 1987, Society for the Humanities, since 1990; Alliance Francaise de New York Zilkha scholar 1977-1978; Cornell University grantee, 1981, 83.

Background

Murray, Timothy Conway was born on September 17, 1951 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States. Son of James Joseph and Frances Jan (Conway) Murray.

Education

Graduate School, since 1989.

Career

Visiting scholar Paris, 1977-1979. Archivist Cornell Library. Editor Theatre Journal, 1983-1986, associate editor, since 1988.

Contributor articles to professional journals Active Cornell University Faculty Council Reps.

Works

  • Author: Theatrical Legitimation, 1987, Lipe a Film, 1993, Drama Trauma, 1997, Fonasde Contacto, 2000, Digital Barogue, 2008. Editor Theatre Journal, 1983-1986, associate editor, since 1988. Contributor articles to professional journals Active Cornell University Faculty Council Representatives, Ithaca, 1983-1986, Cornell University Cinema Advisory Board, 1983-1989.Member general committee Cornell Graduate School, since 1989.

Membership

Member Modern Language Association (del assembly 1988-1990), Rockefeller Foundation, University and College Theatre Association (executive committee), Northeast Modern Language Association (chair 1986), Shakespeare Association American, International Philosophy and Literature Association, International Comparative Literature Association, New York State Council for Humanities.

Connections

father:
James Joseph Murray

mother:
Frances Jan (Conway) Murray