George Crandell, Professor and Head of the English Department, specializes in twentieth-century American literature, descriptive bibliography, and textual criticism. His teaching interests include American realism and naturalism, the short story, and Tennessee Williams.
He has published articles on American humorous poetry (Ogden Nash) and modern drama as well as Tennessee Williams: A Bibliography and The Critical Response to Tennessee Williams. Currently, he is writing a descriptive bibliography of the works of American playwright Arthur Miller.
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Arts Teaching Effectiveness Award in the Humanities, 2000-01
The Critical Response to Tennessee Williams, Greenwood Press, 1996.
Tennessee Williams: A Descriptive Bibliography, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1995.
Ogden Nash: A Descriptive Bibliography, Scarecrow Press, 1991.
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