Professor of English at Davidson College, Dr. Ann Fox specializes in modern and contemporary dramatic literature and disability studies. Her scholarship on disability and theater has been supported by an AAUW postdoctoral fellowship and published widely. She has served on the executive board of the Society for Disability Studies and the MLA Executive Committee of the Division on Disability Studies, and her current book project traces the representation of disability on the 20th-century commercial stage. In 2009, she co-curated two disability-related visual arts exhibitions with Jessica Cooley: Re/Formations: Disability, Women, and Sculpture, and STARING. Dr. Fox earned a BS in Management and a BA in English from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and a MA and PhD in English from Indiana University at Bloomington.
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