Monday, May 07, 2012

George Jean Nathan Award . . . and New Web Site

The ceremony at which I received the George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism for 2010-2011 was staged in Prospect House at Princeton University on April 28, 2012.  Cornell professors Roger Gilbert and Ellen Gainor (who kindly nominated me for this honor) presented me with the actual award, after which I delivered the following remarks.  My words were followed by a panel discussion about theatre criticism, gender, and blogging, the audio transcript of which I hope to post shortly.  Once it's transcribed, I'll add it to The Feminist Spectator site.

This post also marks the launch of my new web site.  At the Nathan Award event, Helaine Gawlica, my archivist and webmistress, presented the new site.  I want to thank her for her work migrating The Feminist Spectator from Blogger, and for designing the look and architecture of the new site.  I'm very pleased to move The Feminist Spectator into its next iteration.

To read the post, see The Feminist Spectator at its new site, When you arrive, be sure to click on the "follow" button in the bottom right hand corner of the window to receive posts when they're published, or add the new site to your RSS feed (the link is available at the very bottom of the opening page).

Thanks to all of you who've been loyal followers of The Feminist Spectator on Blogger, which will now remain as an archive of the original blog.  All future posts will be found on the new site.

Join me there!

My best,

The Feminist Spectator

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