Throughout its history, the Tennessee Williams Tribute and Tour of Victorian Homes has been fortunate to have had the participation of some of the top scholars and experts regarding the life and works of Tennessee Williams.
The following is just a small sample of some of these esteemed individuals.
Colby Kullman, Ph.D.
Colby H. Kullman is a professor emeritus of English at the University of Mississippi where he taught from 1984 until 2015. He is editor of the two-volume reference work Theatre Companies of the World (1986), is co-founder and co-editor (with Philip C. Kolin) of the journal Studies in American Drama, 1945-Present (1986-1994), and co-editor of Speaking on Stage (1996, with Philip C. Kolin). His articles on Tennessee Williams appear in the Mississippi Quarterly, Southern Quarterly, and Tennessee Williams: A Guide to Research and Performance. For the past twelve years, he has given tours of Tennessee Williams’ Mississippi Delta. His essay on Tennessee Williams’ Sweet Bird of Youth now appears in the 2009 New Directions text of the play. He was chosen as the Mississippi Humanities Council’s 2011 Scholar of the Year.
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