Flory, David A. 1939-
FLORY, David A. 1939-
Born May 4, 1939, in Richmond, IN; son of J. Arthur (a farmer) and C. Lucille (a homemaker) Flory; married Wendy Stallard, July 3, 1966; children: Quentin M., Graham S. Education: Miami University, Oxford, OH, B.A., 1962, M.A., 1966; University of Texas—Austin, Ph.D., 1970. Religion: Roman Catholic. Hobbies and other interests: Building harpsichords.
Home—711 Hillcrest Rd., West Lafayette, IN 47906. Office—210 Stanley Coulter Hall, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907. E-mail—[email protected]
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, assistant professor, 1970-75; Opera Theater of New Jersey, artistic director, 1979-81; Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission, Middlesex County, NJ, public information officer, 1983-89; Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, began as assistant professor, became associate professor, 1989—.
El Conde lucanor: Don Juan Manuel en su contexto histórico, Pliegos (Spain), 1995.
Marian Representations in the Miracle Tales of Thirteenth-Century Spain and France, Catholic University of America Press (Washington, DC), 2000.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
Mary in Medieval Sermon, completion expected in 2004.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Church History, March, 2002, Christopher M. Bellitto, review of Marian Representations in the Miracle Tales of Thirteenth-Century Spain and France, p. 187.
Journal of Ecclesiastical History, October, 2001, Miri Rubin, review of Marian Representations in the Miracle Tales of Thirteenth-Century Spain and France, p. 724.
Theological Studies, March, 2001, Douglass Taber, Jr., review of Marian Representations in the Miracle Tales of Thirteenth-Century Spain and France, p. 204.
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