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The Journal of Bernard Shaw Studies
  • Michel Pharand, Editor

  • Biannual
  • ISSN 0741-5842
  • E-ISSN 1529-1480

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The author of more than sixty plays, George Bernard Shaw remains one of the best-known and most prolific Irish playwrights of the twentieth century. Known for his ability to blend social issues into his dramas, Shaw won both a Nobel Prize for Literature and an Oscar (for Pygmalion). SHAW: The Journal of Bernard Shaw Studies is the official publication of the International Shaw Society, which seeks to “provide a means for those interested in the life, times, works, and career of Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw and his circle to organize their activities and interests, exchange information and ideas, and promote an interest in Shaw worldwide.”

General Editor
Michel W. Pharand, Queen’s University, Canada

Associate Editors
Julie A. Sparks, San Jose State University
Michael M. O’Hara, Ball State University

Gustavo A. Rodríguez Martín, Universidad de Extremadura, Spain

Editorial Board
Charles A. Berst, University of California at Los Angeles
John A. Bertolini, Middlebury College
Charles A. Carpenter, Binghamton University
L. W. Conolly, Trent University
R. F. Dietrich, University of South Florida
Ellen Dolgin, Dominican College
Bernard F. Dukore, Virginia Tech
Peter Gahan, Film Editor, Los Angeles
Bob A. Gaines, Auburn University at Montgomery
A. M. Gibbs, Macquarie University
Nicholas Grene, Trinity College, Dublin
D.A. Hadfield, University of Waterloo
Christopher Innes, York University
Brad Kent, Université Laval
Sally Peters, Wesleyan University
John R. Pfeiffer, Central Michigan University
Jean Reynolds, Polk State College
Nelson O’Ceallaigh Ritschel, Massachusetts Maritime Academy
Ann Saddlemyer, University of Toronto
Tony Stafford, University of Texas at El Paso
Lawrence Switzky, University of Toronto
Lagretta Tallent Lenker, University of South Florida
Alfred Turco Jr., Wesleyan University
J. P. Wearing, University of Arizona
Stanley Weintraub, Penn State University

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