Howard G.B. Clark '21 Universty Professor in the Humanities

Professor of the Council of the Humanities and Creative Writing

Director, Creative Writing Program

Campus Address: Room 02, 185 Nassau Street

Campus Phone: (609) 258-4708

Office Hours: On leave spring semester


Poetry/Translation - Hay (1998); New Selected Poems 1968-1994 (1997), Irish Times Poetry Prize; The Annals of Chile (1994), T.S. Eliot Prize, nominated for Forward Prize; Madoc: A Mystery (1990), Sir Geoffrey Faber Memorial Award; Meeting the British (1987); Quoof (1983); Why Brownlee Left (1980), Sir Geoffrey Faber Memorial Award; Mules (1977); New Weather (1973). Translation - The Birds of Aristophanes (with Richard Martin) (1999); The Astrakhan Cloak (1994), poems by Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill, nominated for Aristeion Prize. Criticism - To Ireland, I (2000). Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; radio and television producer (1973-86); President of the Poetry Society of Great Britain, Academy Award in Literature (American Academy of Arts and Letters); Guggenheim Fellow; Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. Also Professor of Poetry, University of Oxford; teaches English 386 (Modern Irish Poetry).


English Studies Leipzig, Paul Muldoon Pages

The Fund for Irish Studies at Princeton University

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