Dean, Bradley P.
DEAN, Bradley P.
DEAN, Bradley P. American (born Philippines), b. 1954. Genres: Environmental sciences/Ecology, Literary criticism and history, Natural history. Career: Thunderbird-Red Lion Motor Inns, executive assistant manager at locations in Oregon, Washington, and northern California, 1976-78; Eastern Washington University, Cheney, lecturer in English, 1982-84; University of Connecticut, Storrs, lecturer in English, 1984-87; University of Connecticut, Greater Hartford Campus, West Hartford, lecturer in English, 1988; TransPacific Communications, Ayden, NC, owner and consultant, 1988-98; Sunstar, Inc., international business communications coordinator, 1988-98; Rhode Island College, lecturer in English, 1989; University of Montana, faculty affiliate, 1989-91; East Carolina University, visiting assistant professor, 1990-91, adjunct professor, 1993-97; Thoreau Institute, Lincoln, MA, director of Media Center. Hellgate Writers, Inc. and Northern Lights Institute, project humanist, 1989; Walden Woods Project, member of advisory board, 1992-97; member of Thoreau Society and Thoreau Country Conservation Alliance. Publications: EDITOR: H.D. Thoreau, Faith in a Seed: The Dispersion of Seeds and Other Late Natural History Writings, 1993; H.D. Thoreau, Wild Fruits, 2000. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles to periodicals. Address: PO Box 70, West Peterborough, NH 03468-0070, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]