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is the founding director of education at the Folger Shakespeare Library and an internationally recognized authority in the teaching of Shakespeare and literature. She speaks and writes on teaching and learning with respect to Shakespeare and the humanities, and to K-12 classrooms. She is a director of SAGE Publications, board chair of St. Coletta School in Washington, . and past board chair at Trinity Washington University.
Peggy O'Brien PhD is the CEO of The Great Teaching Project, a board member of the Association of American Colleges and Universities and SAGE Publications, and a resident consultant at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Folger Shakespeare Library, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. O'Brien founded and directs the Teaching Shakespeare Institute, and launched and published Shakespeare Magazine. O'Brien has worked in the service of education since 1969, and teaches Schools of Thought: Investigations in American K-12 Education at Georgetown University.
In "Send My Roots Rain," Miss Gilhooley, a librarian, waits in the lobby of a posh Dublin hotel-expecting to meet a celebrated poet while reflecting on the great love who disappointed her.
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Winner of the 2017 Irish Association for American Studies Peggy O'Brien Book Prize. The Moynihan Report is well-trodden historical ground, but Geary offers the most extensive and nuanced discussion to date of its intellectual, social, and political context and of its significant historical impact.
Published 2004 by Orchises in Washington, DC. Written in English.