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Interview with Carolyn Anderson
Carolyn Anderson came to Skidmore in 1981 after teaching at Emma Willard and working with arts and theater groups in the Capital Region. She taught courses in theater history and acting and served as department chair. A central focus of her teaching was to develop students’ appreciation of theater as a literary art. She also played a role in the building design of the Bernhard Theater. Carolyn was active in the Women’s Studies group until her retirement in 2019.
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