Fish, Stanley E(ugene)
FISH, Stanley E(ugene)
FISH, Stanley E(ugene). American, b. 1938. Genres: Law, Literary criticism and history. Career: University of California, Berkeley, Assistant Professor, 1963-67, Professor, 1967-74; University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Leonard S. Bing Visiting Professor, 1973-74; Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Professor of English, 1974-78, Kenan Professor of English and Humanities, 1978-85; University of Maryland Law School, Adjunct Professor, 1976-85; Columbia University, NYC, Visiting Professor, 1983; Duke University, Durham, Chairman of the Dept. of English, 1985-92, Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of English, Professor of Law, 1985-98; Duke Univ. Press, Executive Director, 1994-98; University of Illinois at Chicago, Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 1999-. Member of the editorial board, Milton Quarterly, Milton Studies, Medievalia et Humanistica, Journal on Law and Literature, and Poetics Today. Publications: John Skelton's Poetry, 1965; Surprised by Sin: The Reader in Paradise Lost, 1967, rev. ed., 1997; Self-Consuming Artifacts: The Experience of Seventeenth-Century Literature, 1972; The Living Temple: George Herbert and Catechizing, 1978; Is There a Text in This Class? The Authority of Interpretive Communities, 1980; Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric, and the Practice of Theory in Legal and Literary Studies, 1989; There's No Such Thing as Free Speech, and It's a Good Thing, Too, 1994; Professional Correctness, 1995; The Trouble with Principle, 2000; How Milton Works, 2001. Address: Arts & Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago, 601 S. Morgan St., MC 228, Chicago, IL 60607-7104, U.S.A.