Patrick D. Morrow, Professor, received his PhD in 1969 from the University of Washington. He specializes in colonial and Post Colonial theory, criticism, and literature; Folklore and Popular Culture to 1975, and early modern British literature. He has published over forty articles and eight books.
He has received research awards from the National Endowment of the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Research Funds of Auburn University. He won Fulbright Grants for research and travel to New Zealand, Australia, and Oceania in 1981, 1989, and 1995. He is currently working on Anthropological theory and Post-Colonialism.
In 2000-2001, he served as chair for a Breeden Grant titled "Project for Increasing Awareness of Non-Western Works."
Academic Memoirs: Essays on the Journalistic Impulse of Literary Criticism. Edwin Mellen Scholarly Press, Fall 2002.
Post-Colonial Essays on South Pacific Literature. Edwin Mellen Press, 1998.
Katherine Mansfield's Fiction. Bowling Green State University Press, 1993.
Tradition, Undercut, and Discovery: Eight Essays on British Literature from Chaucer to Doris Lessing. Rodopi, 1980.
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