Neeld, Elizabeth Harper

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NEELD, Elizabeth Harper

NEELD, Elizabeth Harper. American, b. 1940. Genres: Writing/Journalism, Literary criticism and history, Theology/Religion, Biography, Self help. Career: Cleveland State Community College, Cleveland, TN, professor and college administrator, 1967-73; Modern Language Association, NYC, director of English programs, 1973-76; Texas A&M University, College Station, professor of English, 1976-83, assistant to the president, 1980-81; writer, 1983-; College of Business administration, University of Houston, Houston, TX, executive professor, 1992-. Consultant to businesses and organizations, 1983-. Publications: (ed.) Harper & Row Studies in Language and Literature, 1973; Options for the Teaching of English: The Undergraduate Curriculum, 1975; (ed.) Either Way Will Hurt and Other Essays on English, 1976; (with G. Cowan) Writing, 1980; (ed. with K. Davis) Fairy Tales of the Sea, 1981; Readings for Writing, 1983; Writing Brief, 1983; (ed.) Tommie F. Harper, From the Plow to the Pulpit, 1985; The Way a Writer Reads, 1987; Writing: A Short Course, 1988; Seven Choices: Taking the Steps to New Life after Losing Someone You Love, 1990; (with M.B. Muller) Sister Bernadette: Cowboy Nun from Texas, 1991; A Sacred Primer: The Essential Guide to Quiet Time and Prayer, 1999. Address: 6706 Beauford Dr, Austin, TX 78750-8124, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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