Judith Ellen Barlow

Professor Emerita, English Department, University at Albany, SUNY Joint appointment, Women's Studies Department Affiliated appointment, Theatre Department Visiting Professor, Sofia University, Bulgaria, May 1995; spring 1999 Foreign Expert, Nankai University, Tianjin, China, fall 1987


Women Writers of the Provincetown Players: A Collection of Short Works. SUNY Press, 2009. Plays by American Women, 1930-1960. Anthology published by Applause Books, 1994. Final Acts: The Creation of Three Late O'Neill Plays. University of Georgia Press, 1985. Plays by American Women, 1900-1930. Applause Books, 1985.

Articles (selected:
“Women in a Man’s World.” Program note for Clare Boothe’s The Women. Shaw Festival, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, summer 2010. “Gender in O’Neill’s Plays.” In Critical Companion to Eugene O'Neill: A Literary Reference to His Life and Work. Ed. Robert M. Dowling. New York: Facts on File,Inc. 2007. “O’Neill’s Female Characters.” In Michael Manheim, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Eugene O’Neill. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998, 164-177. “Into the Foxhole: Feminism, Realism, and Lillian Hellman.” In William W. Demastes, ed. Realism and the American Dramatic Tradition. Tuscaloosa:University of Alabama Press, 1996, 156-171. "Susan's Sisters: The ‘Other’ Women Playwrights of the Provincetown Players." In Linda Ben-Zvi, ed. Susan Glaspell: Essays on Her Theater and Fiction. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995, 259-300. Program notes. Royal National Theatre (London) production of Sophie Treadwell's Machinal. Sept. 1993. . "The Art of Tina Howe." In Enoch Brater, ed. Feminine Focus:The New Women Playwrights, New York: Oxford University Press, 1989, 241-254.

Editorships, Boards, Awards and Grants (selected):

Fulbright Senior Specialist Grant to lecture at Sofia University, Bulgaria, 2007. Editorial Board, Eugene O’Neill Review, 1989-2004; 2005-2008. Advisory Board, "Eugene O’Neill: A Documentary Film," Steeplechase Films, Inc., aired on PBS 2005. Associate Editor, Theatre Survey, 1980-1988. Participant, Speakers in the Humanities Program, New York State Council for the Humanities, 1982-1992.

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