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MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

MELUS Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States - Editorial Board

HUDSON, William Henry (1862 - 1918), Staff Lecturer in Literature to the Extension Board of London University

BROCKINGTON, Alfred Allen (1872 - 1938), Lecturer on English Literature to Cambridge University Board of Extra-Mural Studies

COMPTON-RICKETT, Arthur (1869 - 1937), Lecturer in English History and Staff Lecturer in English Literature, Extension Board, University of London till 1936, Examiner in Diploma English subjects since 1937; Lecturer in English Literature, Oxford Delegacy; Barrister-at-law

SPENCER, Terence John Bew (1915 - 1978), Professor of English Language and Literature, Birmingham University, since 1958; Director of the Shakespeare Institute, since 1961; Member Board, Young Vic, since 1974

McCULLOCH, William Edward (1896 - 1963), Fellow American Soc. of Tropical Medicine; Fellow British Medical Association, 1962; Chairman: Board of Governors, Jamaica Institute for Science and Literature; Advisory Board for the Printing Trade of Jamaica; Board of Visitors, Leper Hospital, Jamaica; Trustee, Jamaica Labour Party

O’CONNELL, Frederick William (1876 - 1929), Lecturer in Celtic Languages and Literatures, Queen’s University, Belfast; Extern Examiner to National University, 1914–19, and since 1923; Advising Examiner in Irish to Intermediate Board of Education, 1908–13; Examiner in Irish to Intermediate Board of Northern Ireland, 1923

 

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One of the three art-form boards which form part of, and are responsible to, the Australia Council, was established in 1973; it comprises eight members including a chairman (the first ...

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