Dale F. Coye has been an educator in the Humanities and Liberal Arts for the past 30 years. He received his PhD from Princeton University in Linguistics and was an education writer at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. This book is built from courses he taught for several years in Ethics and the Humanities at the College of New Jersey.
He was the artistic director of the Princeton Summer Theatre, and is the author of Pronouncing Shakespeare’s Words (Routledge), a guide to Shakespeare’s language for actors and teachers. He is also a playwright, with a series of plays for children and their teachers, from first grade to high school that can be found at his website.