Joanne E. Gates
Curriculum vitae: Professional Activity
Research and Professional Growth
Current to September 2003. (Outline points correspond to promotion and tenure documentation of JSU's Faculty Handbook at TAB E. My full credentials can be seen at Educational Credentials. All information above the centered, double line separator, indicates activities since application to promotion to full professor, October 1, 1998. The single, centered line separator indicates that all items beneath were submitted for previous application for tenure and promotion, October 1992.)
  1. Publications

  2. See also under D (below), where I have listed forthcoming presentations and publications as activities "not yet" resulting in publication or presentation.
    [Arranged in two units of reverse chronological order, with separately enumerated published book, database and theatre reviews (Ab) sequenced after primary publications, Aa.]

    Aa. Published work excluding reviews
     

    1. Author of Published Article: "Introducing Students to Effective Refutation." In the "Short Takes" section of: Kliman, Bernice, ed. Approaches to Teaching Hamlet. New York: Modern Language Association, 2002. 216-217.
    2. Hypertext Editor: The Praise of Hemp-Seed. By John Taylor. Published at Renascence Editions, a site maintained by Richard Bear, University of Oregon. Available from 23 April 2002. My corrections submitted Friday and posted 30 April 2002. Available at: <http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~rbear/taylor1.htm>
    3. Author of web document: "Allusions to Shakespeare in The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde." Available on the Internet from 24 April 2002. Announced to SHAKSPER LISTSERV on 30 April 2002. Available at: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/gates/shak/shakeyre.html>
    4. Editor of article, print publication in a Shakespeare magazine in England, of the Elizabeth Robins review of Sarah Bernhardt's performance of Hamlet, "On Seeing Madame Bernhardt's Hamlet." In A Groat's Worth of Wit. Vol. 11, No. 4 (December 2000), 37-45. Orig. 1900, in North American Review. The print edition was requested after prior web publication. Header revised for publication. Pages of original printing are indicated. Published with the understanding that it remains on-line. See below for prior web publication.
    5. Author, hypertext editor of my previously published article. "Stitches in a Critical Time: The Diaries of Elizabeth Robins, American Feminist in England," A/B: Auto/Biography IV, Number 2 (3-4), Winter 1988, 130-139. With the permission of journal editor Rebecca Hogan. Available: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/robins/jgpaps/stichsjg.htm>.
    6. Hypertext editor (article). Robins, Elizabeth. "A Modern Woman, Born 1689." Profile of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. Originally published in The Anglo-Saxon Review, a quarterly miscellany edited by Lady Randolph Spencer Churchill. London and New York: John Lane, publisher. Vol. I (June 1899), 39-65. Pagination conforms to this printing. Available: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/robins/docshort/modrnwom.htm>.
    7. Hypertext editor (article). Robins, Elizabeth. "Across America with the 'Junius Brutus Booth'" (orig. 1890). Pagination conforms to July 1890 Universal Review publication. Available: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/robins/docshort/acramjbb.htm>.
    8. Book editor, On-line hypertext edition of:

    9. Robins, Elizabeth. Come and Find Me. With pagination conforming to the Century edition (NY: 1908). Available: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/robins/come/index.htm>.
    10. Hypertext editor. On-line selection from the Journal of Henry David Thoreau. "[The Death of a Tree]." December 30, 1851. I have lined the selection as a free-verse poem. Available: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/gates/201/htd30d51.htm>.
    11. Web Publication. "Testimonials: A Classroom Exercise Based On Tillie Olsen Interview." Available: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/gates/teachpro/olsentes.htm>.
    12. Book editor, On-line hypertext edition of:

    13. Robins, Elizabeth. Way Stations From the Dodd, Mead edition (NY: 1913). Pagination conforms to this edition. With notes on the text, table of contents, individual files for each separate publication of the anthologized collection of Women's Suffrage articles and speeches by Elizabeth Robins. Available: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/robins/waysta/>.
    14. Book, co-editor: The Alaska-Klondike Diary of Elizabeth Robins, 1900. Co-edited with Victoria Joan Moessner. April 1999. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press. I was entirely responsible for the indexes, and supplying the press with computerized format of revisions. A sub-section of my Elizabeth Robins Web, "Elizabeth Robins and Alaska, contains information about the book and links to the press release and reviews. Available: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/robins/alask/>.
    15. Hypertext editor of web publication: "Shakespeare and the Tragic Virtue" by James P. Hammersmith. Re-published from Southern Humanities Review, with permission. Available: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/gates.shtragcv.htm>.
    16. Hypertext editor of web publication: "Miss de Maupassant," 1895 short story by Elizabeth Robins. At: The Elizabeth Robins Web.
    17. Hypertext editor of web publication: "The Caribou Stand," 1905 short story by Elizabeth Robins. At: The Elizabeth Robins Web.
    18. Author of web publication: "Teaching Elizabeth Robins in the Women's Literature Classroom." At The Elizabeth Robins Web. Available at: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/robins/>.
    19. Book editor, On line hypertext edition of:

    20. Robins, Elizabeth. The Open Question: A Tale of Two Temperaments (originally published 1898). Based on the 1899 Harper's 2nd edition, the first American edition to identify Robins as author. At: The Elizabeth Robins Web. Materials accompanying The Open Question include a clickable Table of Contents, an image of the title page, a photo file of pictures I took in Zanesville, a Notes and Glossary file, a file describing the copy text and an alternate edition which I consulted (and from which I reproduced quotations from reviews of Robins's works), and a file which quotes additional published review material from 1898-1899 as well as from E.R.'s letter to the Daily Chronicle justifying her use of a pseudonym. Table of Contents, Individual Chapters and supporting material available at: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/robins/openq/>.



    21. Web Publications related to: The Elizabeth Robins Web. Project director, editing and hypertext markup for works by Elizabeth Robins. Partially funded by JSU Faculty Research Grant. Launch date for the site: August 1997.

    22. Editor of texts by Elizabeth Robins (providing hypertext markkup, links):

      1. The Mills of the Gods
      2. My Little Sister
      3. "Monica's Village"
      4. "Miss Cal"
      5. "On Seeing Madame Bernhardt's Hamlet"
      6. "Bolt 17"

      7. Author of accompanying documents:

      8. Home Page
      9. Chronology and Bibliography of Elizabeth Robins: Life and Works
      10. Credits and Disclaimer
      11. Table of Contents for My Little Sister
      12. Notes and Commentary on My Little Sister
    23. JSU Alumni Newsletter article in Postscripts, "Announcing the JSU English Home Page." Published August 1997.
    24. JSU 1997 Writing Project Anthology publication, position paper, "Attribute All Sources!"
    25. JSU 1997 Writing Project Anthology publication, poem, "The Joys of Okra"
    26. Web Publication of JSU's English Department Home page and related documents. Available at <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/>.

    27. List of titles and file names available at this site:
      1. "index.htm" - English Department Home Page
      2. "ehcourse.htm" - English Department Course Listings
      3. "edegrees.htm" - Degree Programs in English
      4. "efacwebp.htm" - Web Pages of JSU English Faculty
      5. "efaculty.htm" - Jacksonville State University English Faculty
      6. "englopp.htm" - Opportunities for English Majors
      7. "stuwrite.htm" - English Department's Writing Program at JSU (Includes links to Rick Bragg sites and republication of article by Opal Lovett, "Strong Emphasis on Writing Pays Off for JSU English Students")
      8. "scholars.htm" - Scholarships in English
      9. "fschlect.htm: - Postscripts Review of Faculty Scholar Lecture (Republishes article by Susan Methvin)
      10. "natwritp.htm" - JSU National Writing Project (Includes republication of article by Janet Smart, "Carrying the Flame")
      11. "engother.htm" - Other Internet Sites Related to English Studies
      12. "choice.htm" - (see next item)
    28. Bibliographical review essay of electronic literature: "Literature in Electronic Format: The Traditional English and American Canon." Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, v. 34, no. 8 (April 1997), 1279-1296. The boxed section "A Sampling of Print Resources" reviews eight publications (page 1289); 140 web sites and 36 CD-ROM products receive mention and review. The web site bibliography was designed to match a clickable list of the 140 World Wide Web sites referenced in the article's "Works Cited." Available at: <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/choice.htm.>
    29. Author of the introduction (pages 108-111) to, and editor of, Elizabeth Robins's 1907 play, Votes for Women (pages 112-146) for a volume of international women's plays, Modern Drama by Women 1890-1920: An International Anthology. (Routledge, May 1996; Katherine Kelly, volume editor).
    30. Book author: Elizabeth Robins 1862-1952: Actress, Novelist, Feminist, accepted in September 1991 for publication by the University of Alabama Press; recipient of the Elizabeth Agee Prize. March 1994 publication.
    31. "The Theatrical Politics of Elizabeth Robins and Bernard Shaw," in Shaw 14: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies (published 1994), 43-53, and "Remarks" on Future Studies of Shaw, 272. Volume Title: 1992: Shaw and the Last Hundred Years. Edited by Bernard F. Dukore. University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press. The collection consists primarily of selected proceedings of the 1992 Conference at Virginia Tech, with introduction by conference organizer Bernard F. Dukore.

    32. Report of the Writing Across the Curriculum May 1991 Workshop, published in the W.I.T. Newsletter, January 1992.
    33. Introduction to the first publication of an Elizabeth Robins story, "The Herstory of a Button," The American Voice, Summer 1990, 35-40).
    34. Article, "Stitches in a Critical Time: The Diaries of Elizabeth Robins, American Feminist in England," A/B: Auto/Biography IV, Number 2 (3-4), Winter 1988, 130-139.
    35. Article, "Elizabeth Robins and the 1891 Production of Hedda Gabler." Modern Drama, XXVIII, No. 4 (December 1985), 611-619.
    36. "Director's Report on Mary Magdalene," in "Census of Medieval Drama Productions," Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama, XXVI (1983), 120-121.
    37. Article, "A Week in the Life of a Play: Sybille Pearson's Sally and Marsha at the O'Neill," O'Neill Theater Center Newsletter, July 1981.
    38. Writer, designer for "Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler," the Dramaturgy Booklet to accompany the U Mass Theater production of Hedda Gabler, March 1980. Production translation by Ruth Berggren in collaboration with Joanne E. Gates and Calvin MacLean. Booklet edited by Joanne E. Gates and Virginia Scott. Published by the Department of Theater, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
    39. Article, "Elizabeth Robins: From A Dark Lantern to The Convert (A study of her fictional style and feminist viewpoint)," Massachusetts Studies in English, Neglected Authors Double Issue, VI, Nos. 3 and 4 (1979), 25-40.
    40. Short Essay, "What Happens in Uncle Vanya," published in the Dramaturgy Booklet to accompany U Mass Amherst Theater Department's Production of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya (translated by Laurence Senelek), October 1979. Booklet edited by Virginia Scott and Joanne E. Gates.
    41. Writer, designer for the Dramaturgy Booklet to accompany the U Mass Theater productions of Molière's The Impromptu at Versailles and Richard Brinsley Sheridan's The Critic, March 1979. Edited by Joanne E. Gates and Virginia Scott. Published by the Department of Theater, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
    42. Poem, "Without Maps," published in "Digging Out: Lost Voices of New England Women Writers," copyright 1978, New England Women Writers Project; reprinted in Leonore Hoffman, "Introduction" to Teaching Women's Literature From a Regional Perspective (New York: the Modern Language Association, 1982), 11-13.
    43. Article, "Designs for Unwritten Plays," Vassar College Alumnae Quarterly, Summer 1972, 18-21.


    Ab. Published book, database, and theatre reviews:
    1. Book review of

    2. Schafer, Elizabeth. Ms.-Directing Shakespeare. St. Martin's Press, 2000. In Choice, December 2000.
    3. Book review of

    4. Whaley, Liz, and Liz Dodge. Weaving in the Women: Transforming the High School English Curriculum. 1999. In Alabama English. Vol. 12 (Fall 2000): 100-103.
    5. Book review of

    6. Joyce, Michael. Othermindness: The Emergence of Network Culture. University of Michigan Press, 2000. In Choice. January 2000.
    7. Book review of

    8. Orlando by Virginia Woolf. In Choice Magazine



    9. Review of Internet site, Literature on Line (LION). Chadwyck-Healey proprietary site. Published in Choice (35-0136), September 1997 (vol. 35, no. 1). Reprinted in Choice (35Sup-102), 86.
    10. Book review of

    11. Brown, John Russell. William Shakespeare: Writing for Performance. St. Martin's, 1996. Published in Choice (34-1450), November 1996 (vol. 34, no. 3), 467.
    12. Book review of

    13. Gorham, Deborah. Vera Brittain: A Feminist Life. Oxford and Cambridge MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1996. Published in Choice (34-0772), October 1996 (vol. 34 no.2), 278.
    14. Book review of

    15. Feminist Theatre and Theory, ed. by Helene Keyssar. St. Martin's 1996. Published in Choice (33-5028), May 1996 (vol. 33, no. 9), 1490.
    16. CD-ROM review of

    17. Poem Finder 94: autumn release. CD-ROM. Roth Publishing Inc., 1995. ISBN 0-89609-331-X. Published in Choice (33-4279), April 1996 (vol. 33, no. 8), 1294-1295.
    18. Book review of

    19. Theatre and Feminist Aesthetics. Edited by Karen Laughlin and Catherine Schuler. Fairleigh Dickinson (distributed by Associated University Presses), 1995. Published in Choice (33-0853), October 1995 (vol. 33, no. 2), 305.
    20. Book review of

    21. Joyce, Michael. Of Two Minds: Hypertext Pedagogy and Poetics. University of Michigan Press, 1995. Published in Choice (33-9744), October 1995 (vol. 33, no. 2), 286.
    22. Book review of

    23. Scolnicov, Hanna. Women's Theatrical Space. Cambridge, 1994. Published in Choice (32-4420), April 1995 (vol. 32, no. 8), 1314.
    24. Book review of

    25. Cousin, Geraldine. King John. Manchester University Press, 1994. Shakespeare in Performance Series. Published in Choice (32-2058), December 1994 (vol. 32, no. 4, 613-614.
    26. Book review of

    27. Hart, Lynda. Fatal Women: Lesbian Sexuality and the Mark of Aggression. Princeton University Press, 1994. Published in Choice (32-1904), December 1994 (vol. 32, no. 4), 585.
    28. Book review of

    29. Dudden, Faye E. Women in the American Theatre: Actresses and Audiences, 1790-1870. Yale University Press, 1994. Published in Choice (32-0838), October 1994 (vol. 32, no. 2), 296.
    30. Book review of

    31. Cima, Gay Gibson. Performing Women: Female Characters, Male Playwrights, and the Modern Stage. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1983. Published in Choice (31-5960) July/August 1994 (vol. 31, nos. 11-12), 1734-1735.
    32. Book review of

    33. Coursen, H. R. Watching Shakespeare on Television. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1983. Published in Choice (31-4841), May 1994 (vol. 31, no. 9), 1448.
    34. Book review of

    35. Upstaging Big Daddy: Directing Theater as if Gender and Race Matter. Ed. by Ellen Donkin and Susan Clement. Michigan, 1993. Published in Choice (31-3721), March 1994 (vol. 31, no. 7), 1145.
    36. Book review of

    37. Phelan, Peggy. Unmarked: The Politics of Performance. London and New York: Routledge, 1993. Published in Choice (31-2578), January 1994 (vol. 31, no. 5), 792.
    38. Book review of

    39. Acting Out: Feminist Performances. Ed. by Lynda Hart and Peggy Phelan. Michigan, 1993. Published in Choice (31-2575), January 1994 (vol. 31, no. 5), 791.
    40. Book review of

    41. Goodman, Lizbeth. Contemporary Feminist Theatres: To Each Her Own. Routledge, 1993. Published in Choice (31-1959), December 1993 (vol. 31, no. 4), 603.
    42. Book review of

    43. Kintz, Linda. The Subject's Tragedy: Political Poetics, Feminist Theory, and Drama. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 1992. Published in Choice (31-0228), September 1993 (vol. 31, no. 1), 139-140.
    44. Book review of

    45. Gielgud, John. Acting Shakespeare. With John Miller. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1991. Published in Choice (30-3207), February 1993 (vol. 30, no. 6), 976.

    46. Book review of

    47. Landow, George P. Hypertext: The Convergence of Contemporary Critical Theory and Technology. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992. Published in Choice (30-0735), October 1992 (vol. 30, no. 2), 294.
    48. Book review of

    49. Marowitz, Charles. Recycling Shakespeare. Applause Theatre Book Publishers, 1991. Published in Choice (30-0139), September 1992 (vol. 30, no. 1), 116.
    50. Book review of

    51. Lowen, Tirzah. Peter Hall Directs Antony and Cleopatra. Limelight Editions (Copyright Methuen Drama), 1991. Published in Choice, September 1991, Volume 29, 116.
    52. Book review of

    53. Ben-Zvi, Linda, ed. Women in Beckett: Performance and Critical Perspectives. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1990. Published in Choice, March 1991, Volume 28, 1147.
    54. Book review of

    55. Williams, Simon. Shakespeare on the German Stage. Volume I: 1586-1914. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1990. Published in Choice, January 1991, Volume 28, 791.
    56. Book review of

    57. Berry, Ralph. On Directing Shakespeare: Interviews with Contemporary Directors. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1989. Published in Choice, November 1990, Volume 28, 499-500.
    58. Book review of

    59. Loney, Glenn. Staging Shakespeare: Seminars on Production Problems. New York and London: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1990. Published in Choice, November 1990, Volume 28, 500.
    60. Book review of

    61. Life Before Stratford: The Memoirs of Amelia Hall. ed. by Diane Mew. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1989. Published in Choice, September 1990, Volume 28, 130.
    62. Book review of

    63. Dessen, Alan C. Titus Andronicus. (Shakespeare in Performance series.) Manchester (dist. by St. Martin's), 1990. Published in Choice, May 1990, Volume 27, 1514.
    64. Book review of

    65. Richmond, Hugh M. King Richard III. (Shakespeare in Performance series.) Manchester (dist. by St. Martin's), 1990. Published in Choice, May 1990, Volume 27, 1515.
    66. Book review of

    67. Le Vay, John. Margaret Anglin, A Stage Life. Toronto, Canada: Simon & Pierre, 1989. Published in Choice, March 1990, Volume 27, 1161.
    68. Book review of

    69. Holderness, Graham. The Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare in Performance Series). Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1989. Published in Choice, January 1990, Volume 27, 807.
    70. Book review of

    71. Rutter, Carol. Clamorous Vocies: Shakespeare's Women Today with Sinead Cusak, Paola Dionisotti, Fiona Shaw, Juliet Stevenson, and Harriet Walter. Edited by Faith Evans. London: The Women's Press Ltd., 1989. Published in Choice, November 1989, Volume 27, 499.
    72. Book review of

    73. Dietrich, Marlene. Marlene. Translated by Salvator Attanasio. Grove Press, 1989. Published in Choice, November 1989, Volume 27, 495.
    74. Book review of

    75. Hart, Lynda, ed. Making a Spectacle: Feminist Essays on Contemporary Women's Theatre. University of Michigan Press, 1989. Published in Choice, September 1989, Volume 27, 143.
    76. Book reviews of

    77. Zucker, Carole. The Idea of the Image: Josef von Sternberg's Dietrich Films. Farleigh Dickinson (Associated University Presses), 1988;
      Studlar, Gaylyn. In the Realm of Pleasure: Von Sternberg, Dietrich, and the Masochistic Aesthetic. University of Illinois Press, 1988. Published in Choice, March 1989, Volume 26, 1176-1177.
    78. Book review of

    79. Bentley, Joanne. Hallie Flanagan: A Life in the American Theatre. Knopf, 1988. Published in Choice, December 1988, Volume 26, 657.
    80. Book review of

    81. Chinoy, Helen Krich, and Linda Walsh Jenkins, eds. Women in American Theatre. Revised and Expanded edition, Theatre Communications Group, 1987. Published in Choice, April 1988, Volume 25, 1257.
    82. Book review of

    83. Wandor, Micheline. Look Back in Gender: Sexuality and the Family in Post-war British Drama. Methuen, 1987. Published in Choice, February 1988, Volume 25, 918.
    84. Book review of

    85. Gurr, Andrew. Playgoing in Shakespeare's London. Cambridge, 1987. Published in Choice, November 1987, Volume 25, 490-491.
    86. Book review of

    87. McMillin, Scott. The Elizabethan Theatre and The Book of Sir Thomas More. Cornell, 1987. Published in Choice, October 1987, Volume 25, 325.
    88. Book review of

    89. Foulkes, Richard, ed. Shakespeare and the Victorian Stage. Cambridge, 1986, Published in Choice, April 1987, Volume 24, 1231.
    90. Book review of

    91. Leiter, Samuel L., ed. Shakespeare Around the Globe: A Guide to the Notable Postwar Revivals. Greenwood Press, 1986. Published in Choice, January 1987, Volume 24, 148-9.
    92. Book review of

    93. Dymkowski, Christine. Harley Granville Barker: A Preface to Modern Shakespeare. Folger Books, 1986. Published in Choice, November 1986, Volume 24, 491.
    94. Book review of

    95. Bergeron, David M. Pageantry in the Shakespearean Theatre. University of Georgia Press, 1985. Published in Choice, November, 1985.
    96. Book review of

    97. Manifold, Gay. George Sand's Theatre Career. UMI Research Press, 1985. Published in Choice, September 1985, Volume 23, 130-131.
    98. Book review of

    99. Crawford, John W. Early Shakespearean Actresses. Peter Lang, 1984. Published in Choice, May 1985, Volume 22, 1345.
    100. Book review of

    101. Styan, J. L. Shakespeare in Performance: All's Well That Ends Well. Manchester, 1984. Published in Choice, April 1985, Volume 22, 1172.
    102. Book review of

    103. Peters, Margot. Mrs. Pat: The Life of Mrs. Patrick Campbell. Knopf, 1984. Published in Choice, July-August 1984, Volume 21, 1619.
    104. Book reviews of

    105. Woodbridge, Linda. Women and the English Renaissance: Literature and the Nature of Womankind, 1540-1620. University of Illinois Press, 1984.
      Bevington, David. Action is Eloquence: Shakespeare's Language of Gesture. Harvard University Press, 1984. Published in Kritikon, Vol. 13 (1984), Nos. 1-4, 77-79.
    106. Book review of

    107. Raby, Peter. Fair Ophelia: A Life of Harriet Smithson Berlioz. Cambridge, 1983. Published in Choice, July-August 1983, Volume 21, 1609.
    108. Book review of

    109. Eckey, Lorelei F. 1,000 Broadways: Hometown Talent on Stage. By Lorelei F. Eckey, Maxine Allen Schoyer, and William T. Schoyer. Iowa State, 1982. Published in Choice, March 1983, Volume 20, 1000.
    110. Book reviews of

    111. Marker, Frederick J. and Lise-Lone Marker. Edward Gordon Craig and The Pretenders: A Production Re-Visited. Southern Illinois University Press, 1981;
      Durbach, Errol, ed. Ibsen and the Theatre: The Dramatist in Production. New York University Press, 1980;
      Tammany, Jane Ellert. Henrik Ibsen's Theatre Aesthetic and Dramatic Art. New York: Philosophical Library, 1980. Published in Theatre Journal (December 1982), 555-557.
    112. Book review of

    113. Kuhn, Annette. Women's Pictures: Feminism and Cinema. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1982. Published in Choice, December 1982, Volume 20, 590.
    114. Book review of

    115. Nunn, William Curtis. Marguerite Clark: America's Darling of Broadway and the Silent Screen. Texas Christian University, 1981. Published in Choice, September 1982, Volume 20, 95.
    116. Book review of

    117. Hornby, Richard. Patterns in Ibsen's Middle Plays. Bucknell, 1981. Published in Choice, May 1982, Volume 19, 1247.
    118. Book review of

    119. Babula, William. Shakespeare in Production, 1935-1978: A Selective Catalogue. Garland, 1981. Published in Choice, March 1982, Volume 19, 887-888.
    120. Book review of

    121. Olauson, Judith. The American Woman Playwright: A View of Criticism and Characterization. Whitston, 1981. Published in Choice, December 1981, Volume 19, 515.
    122. Theatre reviews of

    123. Hekabe by Euripides, translated by Robert Meagher (Hampshire College, April 17, 1981);
      The Bakhai by Euripides, translated by Robert Bagg (Smith College, April 26, 1981);
      Medea by Euripides, translated by Nina Kaminer (Amherst College, May 8, 1981). Published in Theatre Journal, December 1981, 538-540.
    124. Book review of

    125. Chinoy, Helen Krich and Linda Walsh Jenkins, eds. Women in American Theatre. Crown, 1981. Published in Choice, October 1981, Volume 19. 250.
    126. Theatre review of

    127. The Tempest by William Shakespeare (Shakespeare and Company, The Mount, Lenox, Massachusetts, August 12, 1980). Published in Theatre Journal, March 1981, 116-117.
    128. Theatre review of

    129. A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare (Smith College, April 30, 1978). Published in Theatre Journal, December 1978, 559-560.
  3. Performances, productions



    1. Interviewed for the Maverick (KMSU) radio program, "The Weekly Reader," hosted by Suzanne Bunkers. (Air date 10:00-10:30 a.m., May 9, 1996)

    2. Director, The Dining Room, Grinnell College Theatre Department production, February 1987.
    3. Director, Mary Magdalene, U Mass English Department production (in conjunction with the graduate seminar in Medieval Drama), May 1983.
    4. Director, Producer, Technical Director of The Waves, stage adaptation (by Joanne Gates) of Virginia Woolf's novel, May 1982, Herter Hall, U Mass, Amherst.
    5. Director, Scriptwriter of "A Public Reading to Commemorate the 100th Birthday of Virginia Woolf," Mt. Holyoke College, January 25, 1982.
    6. Co-Director, Co-Scriptwriter of a readers' theatre script as class project: "Lost Women Writers of New England," U Mass, Spring 1978.
    7. Director, Producer, Technical Director of Beatrix Potter: A Tale of Her Life (by Joanne Gates), Spring 1978, Belvoir Terrace Fine Arts Center, Lenox, Massachusetts.
    8. Director, Producer, Technical Director of Daybreak, stage adaptation of Joan Baez's autobiography (by Joanne Gates), August 1975, Belvoir Terrace Fine Arts Center, Lenox, Massachusetts.

    (Excluded from above list are undergraduate productions, productions of plays not authored by me which were directed while employed teaching at high schools, as well as graduate level productions and productions directed at Belvoir Terrace which did not involve my authorship or adaptation.)
     
  4. Papers read, panel membership, critical commentary
    1. Papers read
      1. Tech Liaison Poster Session Presenter: "Journals For Our Permanent Web Site" at National Writing Project 2002 Convention: Workshops for Tech Liaisons. Atlanta, Georgia. November 2002.
      2. "Travel and Pseudo-Translation in the Self-promotional Writings of John Taylor, Water Poet," at Travel and Translation in the Early Modern Period Conference at JSU. November 10, 2002.
      3. "Henry James Goes Digital: Recent Film Adaptations and Their Web Sites," at Popular / American Culture of the South. Charlotte, NC. October 5, 2002.
      4. "Parodies of Hamlet, Then and Now," at Rocky Mountain Medieval Renaisance Association. Las Vegas Nevada. May 2002.
      5. "Your Next Publication is in Your Desk Drawer," at WIT Conference. JSU English Department. March 9 2002. This presentation with handouts outlined my projects with the Teaching Inquiry Community at JSU.
      6. "Teaching Titus as a way to examine Shakespeare's Evolution of the Tragic Form." Mid-Atlantic Popular / American Culture Conference, Silver Spring, MD, November 2-4, 2001.
      7. "Re-Drowning Ophelia: The Representation of Female Disintegration in Recent Films of Hamlet." Popular Culture Association of the South, Conference in Atlantic Beach, FL October 4-6, 2001.
      8. "Historical References and Literary Allusions in Ahab's Wife." Paper Presentation at Monroeville for the Alabama Writers Symposium, May 2001.
      9. PRESENTATION at ACTE Fall Conference: "Expanding Anthology Options with Electronic Texts," JSU Stone Center Computer Lab, October 2, 1999.
      10. Workshop Presentation, at the invitation of Leroy Sterling, at Alabama A & M's Octoberfest Writing Conference, "Teaching MLA Citation Form in the Electronic Age." Saturday October 17, 1998, Huntsville AL.
      11. Presentation (by invitation): "The Open Question: Remarks on the Centennial of Its Publication." At Zanesville, Ohio, for "Elizabeth Robins Day," September 27, 1998. Co-sponsored by the Pioneer and Historical Society of Muskingum County and the John McIntire Public Library. With commentary on the features of the Stone Academy and Zanesville fictionalized in the novel and announcing the electronic publication of The Open Question: A Tale of Two Temperaments at The Elizabeth Robins Web.



      12. "The Open Question: Remarks on the Centennial of Its Publication." See below under G.
      13. "Elizabeth Robins and the English Stage: Five Decades of Testing the Limits." Co-authored with Jane S. Gabin, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, who delivered the paper in July 1998 at Cambridge, England at the the International Theatre Research Federation's 1998 Congress.
      14. Audience forum talk at Florence, Alabama, by invitation. See below under G.
      15. "Dramatizing Sexual Politics between Bernard Shaw and Elizabeth Robins." University of Louisville, Twentieth Century Literature Conference, February 21, 1997.
      16. "Writing the Life of Elizabeth Robins: Biography, Drama and Feminism." Mankato State University Women's Studies Program's Series of Spring Semester Speakers. Date of address: May 7, 1996.
      17. "Gertie and Edna as Alternate Portraits of Women Who Must Go Home Again: Hariette Arnow's The Dollmaker and Kate Chopin's The Awakening," presented at Southern Women Writers Conference, Berry College, Rome, Georgia, April 12-14, 1996.
      18. "Magical Realism in Too Small a Box: A Critique of the Transformation of The House of the Spirits and Like Water for Chocolate for Home Video Audiences." SAMLA Convention in Atlanta, Georgia on November 3-5, 1995 (Women's Caucus: Workshop I, Seminar B--World Literature--International Contexts and Problems in International Women's Writings).
      19. "Elizabeth Robins: A Life in Letters." See below under G.
      20. "Autobiographical Elements in Elizabeth Robins's Review of Sarah Bernhardt's Hamlet." For the Women in Theatre Conference, "On the Occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Sarah Bernhardt 1844-1923" (October 6-8, 1994, Hofstra University).
      21. "Othello and Tragedy." See below under G.
      22. "Janet Malcolm and Me: The Biographer Enters Her Book (Some Post-Modern Reflections on the Personal of the Critical in Recent Biographies of Women Writers)" University of Louisville's Twentieth-Century Literature Conference, February 24-26, 1994.
      23. "Re-evaluating A Feminist Missing from the Feminist Canon: The Works of Elizabeth Robins" Florida State University Nineteenth Annual Conference on Literature and Film (Conference Theme: "The Voice of the Voiceless: Non-Canonical Literature and Non-Canonical Approaches to the Canon"), January 27-29, 1994.
      24. "Narrative Ambiguity in Fried Green Tomatoes: Idgie and Her Protectors," American Culture in the South / Popular Culture in the South. Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, October 14-16, 1993.
      25. "Facts of Fiction: Using Analogies for Creative Analysis," Gulf Coast Conference on the Teaching of Writing, Point Clear, Alabama (August 8-11, 1993).
      26. "The Theatrical Politics of Elizabeth Robins and Bernard Shaw." Presented at the Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, Virginia), international theatre conference, "Shaw and the Last 100 Years," November 4-7, 1992.
      27. "Three Decades of Joan Baez: Love Songs to Strangers and the Poetry of Political Protest." Paper presented at the American Cultural Association of the South / Popular Cultural Association of the South Conference in Augusta, Georgia, October 1-3, 1992.

      28. "Feminist Variations on the Romance Narrative in the Fiction of Elizabeth Robins," South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Women's Caucus Workshop II, "Old (non)Wives Tales: The Narrative Voice of the (Un)married Woman," SAMLA Annual Convention; Atlanta, Georgia, November 14-16, 1991.
      29. "Double Exposure: Double Plotting, Literary Allusions, and the Myth and Reality of Alaska's Multiculturalism in Northern Exposure," American / Popular Culture Association in the South (Conference of ACAS/PCAS in Norfolk, Virginia), October 3-5, 1991.
      30. "How Wide the NET[work]? Or, When Do Computers in a Writing Classroom Make Successful Community?" at: "Making Connections," Seventh Conference on Computers and Writing; Biloxi, Mississippi, May 24-26, 1991.
      31. "Highly Respectable Heroines: The Early Stage Fiction of Elizabeth Robins," Southern Humanities Conference: Gender, Race, Identity; Chattanooga, Tennessee, March 1991.
      32. "Camilla and The Messenger: The Trans-Atlantic Fiction of Elizabeth Robins," Twentieth Century Literature Conference, University of Louisville; Louisville, Kentucky, February 1991.
      33. "Gender, War, and the Canon: Teaching In Country," Sixteenth Annual Conference on Literature and Film (Social and Political Change), Florida State University; Tallahassee, Florida, January 1991.
      34. "The Practice and Pedagogy of Shakespeare On-Line," Computers and Composition Conference (Writing the Future); Austin, Texas, May 1990.
      35. "Elizabeth Robins and the Lessons of the Women's Suffrage Campaign," Gender in Academe: The Future of our Past; Conference at University of South Florida, Tampa, November 1989.
      36. "Why Isn't There a Machine in This Shakespeare Classroom?" Human-Ties Conference, Augusta College; Augusta, Georgia, October 1989.
      37. "Women Writers on the Frontiers," Southern Humanities Conference; Macon, Georgia, February 1989.
      38. "Elizabeth Robins: Diaries as Source in Fiction and Autobiography," Modern Language Association Convention (for the Special Session "Diaries and the Creative Act"); New Orleans, Louisiana, December 1988.
      39. See below under G for JSU English Department Colloquium, April 1988.
      40. "Shakespeare's Lear and the Modern Consciousness: Edgar's Asides as a Redefinition of Brechtian Detachment," at Text and Presentation, Comparative Drama Conference XII, University of Florida, Gainesville, March 24-26, 1988)
      41. "Shakespeare as Borrower: Teaching Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew and As You Like It in the Context of Their Sources," at Teaching Shakespeare: Text and Performance, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Racine, Wisconsin; February 26-27, 1988.
      42. "Reconsidering Alice Walker's Meridian: A New Historicist Approach to Social-political Fiction," at Southern Humanities Conference, Auburn University, February 18-20, 1988.
      43. "George Eliot, Charlotte Bront‰ and the Pseudonymous Fiction of Elizabeth Robins," Graduate Student Conference on 19th Century Literature, SUNY Stony Brook, November 1986.
      44. "From Ibsen Actress to Feminist Theatre Reformer: The Plays of Elizabeth Robins." National Educational Theatre Conference, New York University, August 1986.
      45. "Elizabeth Robins: An Introduction," New York University. Opening of the Robins Exhibit at the Fales Library, April 1986. By invitation (not a competitive paper).
      46. "Images of Women/Traffic in Women: The John Masefield-Elizabeth Robins project on White Slavery," Graduate Forum in Women's Studies, Albany, New York, March 1986.
      47. "Transforming Women's History: The One-Woman Show," National Women's Studies Association Convention; Seattle, Washington, June 1985.
      48. "Teaching 'Lives of Women as Literature,'" New York State Women's Studies Conference; Oswego, New York, April 1985.
      49. "Stitches in a Critical Time: The Diaries of Elizabeth Robins, American Feminist in England," Yale Conference on Graduate Women's Scholarship, "Facing the Future;" New Haven, Connecticut, April 1985.
      50. "Elizabeth Robins and the 1891 Production of Hedda Gabler," a Special Session, "Ibsen Campaign in London," Modern Language Association Convention; New York, New York, December 1983.
      51. "Bernard Shaw and the Recasting of Elizabeth Robins's Little Eyolf," as a Finalist in the competitive panel, Debut Panel in Theatre History, American Theatre Association Convention; New York, New York, August 1979.
    2. Sessions organized
      1. Co-organizer with panel chair Judith Bechtel for, "Drama Inspired by Elizabeth Robins: Telling the Life of a Theatrical Feminist." Panel on Robins at: University of Louisville, Twentieth Century Literature Conference, February 21, 1997.



      2. "Issues in Feminist Biography," Modern Language Association Convention. New Orleans, Louisiana, December 1988. Put out call for proposals, selected panel membership, offered opening remarks and moderated.
    3. Panel Membership



      1. February 1997: Conference Invitation by conference organizer and ACETA president Patricia Chandler to ACETA (Alabama College English Teachers Association), Mobile, Alabama. Presentation, PowerPoint slide show and handouts, panel on "Teaching Literature and Film." My focus: Shakespeare. My presentation highlighted the new access the English Department had to the Internet, with a handout that listed the Filmography of William Shakespeare available at Internet Movie Data Base, stressed the addition to our collection of the BBC Shakespeare films, and focused on the way I vary my assignment on Comparative Production Analysis.

      2. "Elizabeth Robins's Votes for Women in the Undergraduate Classroom," for the Feminist Teaching Workshop, Graduate Women's Studies Conference; Princeton, New Jersey, March, 1987.
      3. Literary Biography, U Mass Graduate English Seminar, April 1985.
      4. "As You Like It: The Smith College Production," for the U Mass English Department Colloquium, May 1982.
      5. "Women Playwrights in the Connecticut Valley," New England Theatre Conference, Amherst, October 1979.
      6. Uncle Vanya Production Team. New England Theatre Conference, Amherst, October 1979.
    4. Sessions chaired (appointed by conference organizers)
      1. "The War Between Men and Women," at the ACAS/PCAS Conference. Session included papers on Northern Exposure, on the James Bond series, and on the misogyny in the men's movement. Saturday, October 3, 1992, Augusta, GA.

      2. "Developing Courses and Teaching Strategies," at "Making Connections," Seventh Conference on Computers and Writing; Biloxi, Mississippi, May 26, 1991. Session F4.
      3. "Interpreting Shakespeare through Editing and Performance," at the Sixth Citadel Conference on Literature: The Poetry, Drama, and Prose of the Renaissance and Middle Ages; Charleston, South Carolina, March 10-12, 1988.
  5. Scholarly/creative activity not [or not yet] resulting in publication or public presentation:
    1. Proposal Accepted: "Re-Compose as a Strategy for Revision." National Writing Project Conference, November 2003. San Francisco.
    2. Proposal Accepted: "Re-visiting the Anti-White-Slavery Novel in the Age of Amber Alerts: Elizabeth Robins' My Little Sister." For PCAS/ACAS Conference October 2003 Jacksonville (Atlantic Beach), Florida.
    3. Paper accepted for publication: "Autobiographical Elements in Elizabeth Robins's Review of Sarah Bernhardt's Hamlet." Presented at the Women in Theatre Conference, "On the Occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Sarah Bernhardt 1844-1923" (October 6-8, 1994, Hofstra University). Editor of the volume, Phylis Fox Ravel. Status: in press, expected publication date 2002, Greenwood Press.



    4. Review of CD-ROM product submitted to Choice: Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare. Chadwick-Healey, 1995. ISBN 0-85964-271-2, $4,000.00. 1 disc; user manual; installation software.
    5. Review of CD-ROM product submitted to Choice: English Verse Drama: The Full-text Database. Chadwyck-Healey, 1995. 2 discs, user manual; bibliography, 2nd. ed.; installation software.
    6. Review of CD-ROM product submitted to Choice: English Poetry: The English Poetry Full-text Database. Chadwyck-Healey, 1992-1995. ISBN 0-885964-299-2, $45,000.00. 5 discs; user manual; installation software.
    7. Review of CD-ROM product submitted to Choice: American Poetry: The American Poetry Full-text Database. Chadwyck-Healey, 1996. ISBN 0-89887-140-9, $8,995.00. 1 disc; user manual; bibliography; installation software.
    8. Review of CD-ROM product submitted to Choice: Database of African-American Poetry, 1760-1900. Chadwyck-Healey, 1995. ISBN 0-89887-108-5, $3,798. 1 disc; user manual; bibliography; installation software.

    9.     [Reason for non-publication of above CD-ROM product reviews: the editors of Choice determined that my review of the Chadwyck-Healey Web Site, Literature On-Line superceded the format of the individual packages. See above under publications for LION review.]
    10. Submitted contest paper to Alabama College English Teachers Association (ACETA) Woodall Prize (paper on Pedagogy) with "Why ISN'T there Hypertext in this Class?: Pedagogical Imperatives in the Age of Electronic Texts" -- notified by my department head that the President of ACETA stated that I was the strongest runner up. Spring 1996.

    11. Article, "From Ibsen Actress to Feminist Theatre Reformer: The Plays and Stage Fiction of Elizabeth Robins," accepted for publication, August 1986, in the anthology edited by Cassandra Laity, "The New Woman, 1890-1920: Images and Realities." Collection remains unpublished.
    12. Full-length play, Hedda and Hilda and I: A Life of Elizabeth Robins, 1979. Submission to Vassar College's Rose Fellowship, awarded to young alumni, and to American College Theatre Association's New Playwrights workshop.
    13. Full-length play, Fanny Kemble, 1977. Submission to Vassar College's Rose Fellowship.
    14. Full-length play, Aphra Behn: Playwright, 1976. Submission to Vassar College's Rose Fellowship.

    15. [Not enumerated: paper proposals to conferences which were not accepted.]
  6. Professional honors and awards
    1. Poster awarded from BardCentral.com Haiku contest, on the occasion of the DVD release of Hamlet 2000. My haiku entry was published upon the announcement of awards in truncated form and is made available in entirety at my class web site, <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/gates/shak/hamlhaik.htm>.
    2. Citations for research contributions to Jacksonville State University, 2001, 2000, 1999.



    3. Citations for research contributions to Jacksonville State University, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1996, 1994, 1993, 1992.
    4. Jacksonville State University Faculty Scholar Lecture Award (1994-5). See below under G, professional speeches, for address delivered.

    5. Distinguished Research Award, College of Letters and Sciences Jacksonville State University, 1992.
    6. Citations for research contributions to Jacksonville State University, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1988.
    7. Elizabeth Agee Prize for "Elizabeth Robins" biography, as the best manuscript in American Letters accepted for publication by the University of Alabama Press, January 1992.
    8. Finalist in the National Women Studies Association Book Award Competition, 1988.
    9. PhD Dissertation, defended with Distinction, December 1986.
    10. PhD Three Area Exam, passed with Distinction, March 1984.
    11. PhD Preliminary Qualifying Exam passed with Dictinction, November 1982.
    12. Third place for untitled poem, Poems on Death Catetory, American Poetry Association Annual Poetry Contest, 1982-1983.
    13. Prize Paper, "The Privy Mark of Irony: A Re-Examination of Why The Knight of the Burning Pestle Failed," Charles Peters Prize, 1982 (awarded by English Literary Renaissance for best graduate essay on Renaissance literature).
    14. MFA Thesis defended with Distinction, December 1980.
    15. American College Theatre Festival's recipient of the Eugene O'Neill Award, 1980. New England finalist and national finalist of the student critics' competiton, and Critic Fellow at the Critics Institute, National Playwrights Conference, O'Neill Theater Center, Waterford CT, July 1980.
    16. Distinction for Vassar College Senior Exercise, a staged adaptation of Carl Sandburg's The People, Yes, Spring 1972.
  7. Research grants (in two separate reverse chronological lists, with those received listed first),

  8. Fa. Grants applied for and received:
    1. Received JSU Faculty Research Grant for 2000-2001. Shakespeare and the Popular Culture. Amount Awarded: $500.00
    2. Received JSU Faculty Research Grant 1999-2000. Changing Styles in Hypertext Formatting: Issues, Transitions, and Challenges to Open Access In Markup Languages for Web-Based Public Domain Literary Texts. Amount Awarded: $1200.00
    3. Received JSU Faculty Research Grant 1998-1999. Perspectives on Autobiographical and Diary Literature of Women. Amount Awarded: $1000.00



    4. Received: JSU Faculty Research Grant 1997-1998. Title: Shakespeare in the Electronic Age: Analyzing Video and CD-ROM Resources ($1500).
    5. Received: JSU Faculty Research Grant 1996-1997. Title: "The Works of Elizabeth Robins: A World-Wide Web Site" ($1000).
    6. Received: JSU Faculty Research Grant 1995-1996. Title: "The Literature of Women on Film: A Critical Guide to Video Adaptations and Biographical Portraits, Jane Austen to Fanny Flagg" ($1800.00).
    7. Received: Jacksonville State University Faculty Research Grant, 1993-1994 ($1300). "Elizabeth Robins in her Contexts: The Reevaluation of a Turn-of-the-Century Feminist."
    8. Received: Jacksonville State University Faculty Research Grant, 1992-1993 ($1000). "Elizabeth Robins in her Contexts: The Reevaluation of a Turn-of-the-Century Feminist."

    9. Received: Jacksonville State University Faculty Research Grant, 1991-1992 ($1100). "Elizabeth Robins in her Contexts: The Reevaluation of a Turn-of-the-Century Feminist."
    10. Received: Jacksonville State University Faculty Research Grant, 1990-1991 ($600). Editor, "Highly Respectable Heroines: The Early Stage Fiction of Elizabeth Robins." A full-length collection of unpublished stories of London theatrical life in the 1890s.
    11. Received: National Endowment for Humanities Fellowship: Travel to Collections Stipend. Awarded November 1989, for travel to Humanities Research Center, Austin, Texas (for research on Elizabeth Robins), $750.
    12. Received: Faculty Council Travel Grant, JSU College of Letters and Sciences ($300, to attend Computers and Writing Conference, Minneapolis, MN, May 1989).
    13. Received: Jacksonville State University Faculty Research Grant for 1989: A Computerized edition of the Harley Granville Barker promptbook of Elizabeth Robins's Votes for Women ($1420).
    14. Received: Jacksonville State University's College of Letters and Sciences Summer Travel Grant for Research at the Fales Library, NYU on Elizabeth Robins, summer 1988 ($500).
    15. Received: National Endowment for Humanities Summer Seminar, "Romance in Dramatic Form: Sidney, Shakespeare and the English Renaissance." (Princeton University, June to August 1988), with Thomas P. Roche ($3500).
    16. Received: American Society for Theatre Research, Graduate Student Fellowship, Fall 1985, to attend the International Federation of Theatre Research's Congress in Glasgow, Scotland ($700).
    17. Received: Consultant, to Alaska Humanities Forum Grant 1985, "Elizabeth Robins in Alaska," awarded to V. Joan Moessner, University of Fairbanks, for transcribing Elizabeth Robins' 1900 Alaska Diary (consultant stipend, $1,000)
    18. Received: University of Massachusetts Dissertation Fellowship, 1985-1986 ($6,000).
    19. Received: University of Massachusetts Dissertation Fellowship, 1984-1985 ($6,000).
    20. Received: New England Modern Language Association Summer Research Grant, 1984 ($1,000).
    21. Received: U Mass Arts Council, for production of Mary Magdalene, 1983 ($600).
    22. Received: U Mass Arts Council, for production of The Waves, 1982 ($300).

    23. Excluded from above list are stipends which were awarded as travel reimbursement to deliver papers. Those stipends included grants provided by: University of Massachusetts Theater and English Departments, Jacksonville State Universitiy English Department, the JSU College of Arts and Sciences, JSU Faculty Council of the College of Arts and Letters, the JSU Facutly Development fund.

      Fb. Grants not received:
    24. Submitted, October 2002. Shakespeare's Contemporaries: An Examination of The Works of John Taylor, Anthony Munday, and Other Elizabethan-Stuart Writers. Applied for JSU Faculty Research Grant. Not funded.
    25. Submitted, September 2000. Teaching Seminar application to Alabama Humanities Foundation's Super Summer Seminar for teachers, scheduled for summer 2001. I was invited to change my 2-week course to a one-day session, which I elected not to pursue. Seminar Title: Cultural Contexts for Life Writing by Women.



    26. Curriculum Development Grant Proposal for May 1995. Title of Proposal: "Hypertext and the Literary Classics."
    27. NEH College Study Grant Application: "Literary Biography: Subjectivity and the Anxieties of Cultural Criticism." Submitted August 1994.
    28. "Teaching Shakespeare on Film," JSU Curriculum Development Grant Application, Spring 1993.
    29. "Literature on Film" ($5000.00, for purchase of films for the department). Author of grant application, on behalf of a number of members of the English Department, Spring 1993.
    30. Computer funds for faculty, VPAA's office, JSU. I submitted both an individual request and a collective grant, on behalf of the English Department faculty, Spring 1993.

    31. "Jacobean Theatre and Jacobean Culture: Contexts for Reinterpreting the Later Plays of Shakespeare." National Endowment for the Humanities Study Grant for College and University Teachers, 1992.
    32. Applicant to National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar, 1991: "Autobiographical Acts: Gender/Culture/Writing/Theory" taught by Nancy K. Miller at CUNY.
    33. Selected as alternate for the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar, 1991: "Shakespeare and the Native Dramatic Tradition" taught by Martin Stevens at Columbia University.
    34. Not received by Feminist Press (1991): National Endowment for the Humanities Subvention Grant for publication of Alaska Diary of Elizabeth Robins, 1900. Grant application by project director Joanne O'Hare at the Feminist Press, New York. I participated in the grantwriting process and am listed as co-editor of the diary.
    35. "American Fiction Abroad: Gender and Politics in the Novels of Henry James, Edith Wharton, and Elizabeth Robins." National Endowment for Humanities Proposal for Summer Stipend, 1991.
    36. Proposal for Faculty Computer Program, through the office of JSU's Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1990.
    37. "Elizabeth Robins: From Ibsen Actress to Feminist Activist," National Endowment for Humanities Proposal for Summer Stipend, 1990.
    38. Not received by Feminist Press (1989): Alaska Humanities Forum Grant for publication of Alaska Diary of Elizabeth Robins, 1900. Grant application by project director Joanne O'Hare at the Feminist Press, New York. I participated in the grantwriting process and am listed as co-editor of the diary.
    39. "Serving Diverse Populations in the Teaching of Computer Assisted Writing," FIPSE (Fund for Improvement in Post Secondary Education) Preliminary Grant, October 1989. Joanne E. Gates listed as principal investigator, with grant co-authored by Joanne E. Gates, Lloyd Mulraine, Lisa Williams.
    40. "Issues in Feminist Biography: An Anthology," a Jacksonville State University Faculty Research Grant Application, 1989-1990.
    41. Applied for AAUW Dissertation Fellowship, 1985.
    42. Applied for Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship.
  9. Professional speeches given while on Jacksonville State University faculty.
    1. Reading of creative composition, "For Carmine DiBiase," on the occasion of his Faculty Scholar Lecture, April 16, 2001.
    2. Professional talk at a women's invitational gathering on my Robins research and on editing of The Alaska-Klondike Diary of Elizabeth Robins. This was a gathering of preferred clients of Anniston branch of Merrill Lynch broker, Nancy Lipham. The event was sponsored by Heartland Capital Enterprise so that I was reimbursed for the cost to me of a copy of the diary for each participant. The copies were inscribed and sent out to respondents prior to the event held on January 23, 2001.
    3. Participated in Writing Project Alumni readings of our work, November 2000, "The Joys of Okra."
    4. Read sonnets by D. G. Rossetti, Hopkins, Millay, e. e. cummings for the Favorites night English Colloquia, March 14, 2000.
    5. Library Talk sponsored by Friends of the JSU Houston Cole Library, on The Alaska-Klondike Diary of Elizabeth Robins. October 1999. Press coverage of the event included press releases as well as:
      1. Columnist Opal Lovett interviewed me for her column, "A Glimpse," published in The Jacksonville News.
      2. The Anniston Star published their review of the diary along with a notice announcing the event.



    6. "The Open Question: Remarks on the Centennial of Its Publication." At Zanesville, Ohio for "Elizabeth Robins Day," September 27, 1998. Co-sponsored by the Pioneer and Historical Society of Muskingum County and the John McIntire Public Library. With commentary on the features of the Stone Academy and Zanesville fictionalized in the novel and announcing the electronic publication of The Open Question: A Tale of Two Temperaments at The Elizabeth Robins Web. Partial remuneration (lodging) provided.
    7. Audience forum talk at Florence, Alabama. Honorarium received. Invited by director John O'Connor to lead audience forum for University of North Alabama Theatre Department production (Elizabeth Robins's Votes for Women), November 8, 1997.
    8. Presented a talk and narrated slide show on my biography of Elizabeth Robins to the Hoover, Alabama chapter of AARP, March 1995.
    9. JSU Faculty Scholar Lecture: "Elizabeth Robins: A Life in Letters." February 23, 1995. A prepared address, with concluding slide show. Also see under honors and awards.
    10. English Department's colloquia series and Friends of Houston Cole Library sponsored a book signing event JSU Library, April 18, 1994. Remarks and readings from my publications, and reading of Robins's "The Story of a Pen Knife."
    11. "Othello and Tragedy." Alabama Shakespeare Festival's Theatre in the Mind pre-preformance lecture, April 9, 1994. By invitation of resident dramaturg, Susan Willis. Honorarium received.

    12. Introduction to the staged reading of Elizabeth Robins's Votes for Women (Act II), presented at the School of Journalism, New York University, for Women's History Month, March 26, 1990.
    13. "'Look Here Upon this Picture and on This': Comparative Production Analysis and the Teaching of Shakespeare," Jacksonville State University English Department Colloquium, April 1988.
Revision date: 26 August 2003

Lastest revision is on-line at <http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/gates/>