ACADEMIC WRITING, PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS, and TEACHING

by
Jack Fritscher, Ph.D.

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Love and Death in Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams' "Something Cloudy," Playbill, On Stage

"Religious Ritual in Tennessee Williams' Query of the American God," Modern Drama

"Popular Culture as Cyclic Phenomenon in the Evolution of Tennessee Williams," Challenges in American Culture, Bowling Green University Press

When Malory Met Arthur: Love and Death in Camelot

Odysseus in a Field of Rye, J.D. Salinger

CENSORSHIP: A World Encyclopedia, Robert Mapplethorpe

Homomasculinity: Framing Keywords of Queer Popular Culture

"William Bradford, Of Plymouth Plantation," Bucknell Review

"Mart Crowley, The Boys in the Band," Journal of Popular Culture

"Broadway Musical HAIR, 1968," Journal of Popular Culture

M. A. Orals Board Examination of Jack Fritscher, Loyola University Graduate School 1966

Final Ph. D. Oral Examination 1968. Abstract Paper: Tennessee Williams

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