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MOSLEY, Philip

MOSLEY, Philip. American (born England), b. 1947. Genres: Novels, Poetry, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Film, Literary criticism and history, Theatre, Documentaries/Reportage, Translations. Career: Teacher of English as a foreign language in Tampere, Finland, 1968; Kolding Gymnasium, Denmark, teacher of English, 1970-71; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, lecturer in comparative literature, 1973-76; Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, lecturer in comparative literature, 1977-79; University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, part-time lecturer in literature, 1980-81; Glasgow College, Scotland, lecturer in communication, 1981-88; Pennsylvania State University- Worthington Scranton, Dunmore, professor of English, communications, and comparative literature, 1988-. Certified soccer coach. Publications: Ingmar Bergman: The Cinema as Mistress, 1981; (ed.) Georges Rodenbach: Critical Essays, 1996; Split Screen: Belgian Cinema and Cultural Identity, 2001. TRANSLATOR: W. Lambersy, Tea Masters, Teahouses (poems), 1982; W. Lambersy, Anchors of Ink (poems), 1982; (and author of intro.) G. Roden- bach, Bruges-la-morte (novel), 1986; (and author of intro.) G. Vaes, October Long Sunday, 1997. Address: Pennsylvania State University-Worthington Scranton, 120 Ridge View Dr, Dunmore, PA 18512, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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