Daniel Davy

Rank: Associate Professor

Education: Ph.D, Dramatic Art, University of California at Santa Barbara; MA, Dramatic Art, University of California at Santa Barbara; BA, Dramatic Art, University of California at Santa Barbara

Courses Taught: Theatre History, Dramatic Structure, Introduction to Theatre, American Ethnic Theatre, Seminar on Dramatic Comedy and Theories of Humor, Graduate Seminars in Medieval & Baroque and Modern Theatre

Job Description: Dr. Davy teaches the various courses indicated above and writes in the areas of Dramatic Literature, Theory & Criticism

Bio: Dr. Daniel Davy is an Associate Professor on the Theatre faculty. He holds a Ph.D in Dramatic Art from the University of California at Santa Barbara, has taught Theatre and Drama for the past fourteen years at the University of California and Ohio University as well as Kansas State University, and has published a variety of articles on dramatic literature, theory and criticism.

Favorite quote: "The voice of intelligence...is drowned out by the roar of fear. It is ignored by the voice of desire. It is contradicted by the voice of shame. It is biased by anger and extinguished by hate. Most of all, it is silenced by ignorance."