Faculty


Timothy Redman



Professor of Literary Studies



Area:  HUSL/LIT/DRAM
Areas of Specialization:  American and British modernism, American Literature, medieval and renaissance Italian literature (Dante through Petrarch), ecopoetics, biography and autobiography.

Office:  JO 5.414
Mail Station:  JO 31
Email:  redman@utdallas.edu
Phone:  972-883-2775


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Recent Courses:  View courses taught by Timothy Redman


Work Samples and Publications: 

Books, Edited Journals, Monographs, Exhibition Catalogs:

  • Ezra Pound and Italian Fascism (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009). A paperback edition of the 1991 book.
  • Anglo-American Imagism and French Poetry, the catalog of a book exhibit at the museum at Schloss Brunnenburg, Dorf Tirol, Merano, Italy. June 10-July 10, 2007 (Merano, Italy: Druckerei Union Tipografia, 2007) 16 + iv pp.
  • Chess and Education: Selected Essays from the Koltanowski Conference, edited and with an Introduction by Tim Redman (Richardson, Texas: The University of Texas at Dallas Chess Program, 2006). The first volume in a projected series "Studies on Chess and Education."
  • Paideuma Volume 24, Numbers 2 & 3, Fall & Winter 1995, guest editor of a special double issue devoted to papers from the Pound and His Contemporaries NEH 1994 Summer Seminar for College Teachers, 280 pages. The National Poetry Foundation, Orono, Maine. Co-editor Vincent Sherry.
  • Ezra Pound and Italian Fascism (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991).
  • Official Rules of Chess, 3rd Edition, edited by Tim Redman (New York: David McKay, 1987).
  • Citizen Ezra Pound: A Poet's Life in the American Century (work in progress), a cultural biography of the American poet.

A full list of my publications may be viewed in my CV.


Education: 
B.A. English cum laude, Loyola University of Chicago
M.A. in Comparative Literature
Ph.D. in Comparative Literature with honors

Curriculum Vitae:  Timothy Redman's CV