|Nicholas D.J. Baldwin, in addition to being dean of the College, is lecturer and tutor in government and politics. Please refer to his biographical details, provided on a separate page.|
|Dr. Nigel Forman -- B.A., New College, University of Oxford; DIPL, College of Europe, Bruges; MPA Harvard University; and Ph.D., Sussex University. Dr. Forman joined the Wroxton faculty after a distinguished career as a member of the British House of Commons (1976-1997), including a period as a government minister. A specialist in international business and the political economy of the European Union, he is tutor and course coordinator in these subjects.|
|Angela Morris joined the faculty in the fall of 1995 and is now a tutor and lecturer in social policy and history at the College. A graduate of the University of Hull, Morris has received her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Essex, researching into the Labour Party and Electoral Reform.|
|Dr. Charles Garrity is a tutor-in-residence and tutor and lecturer in psychology and communications. After eight years serving in the Royal Marines, a period at the British Government Home Office, two years with the Sultan of Oman’s Air Force, and time working with a housing project and activity program, Dr. Garrity has concentrated on teaching. Prior to joining the Wroxton faculty, he was at the University of Exeter. A specialist on the Middle East, his current research is on culture, belief-systems, globalization and ecology. Dr. Garrity's baccalaurate, masters, and doctoral degrees are from The University of Exeter.|
|Wendy Hart is tutor and lecturer in the History of Art. After a career with the National Film Board of Canada, the Arts Council of Great Britain and, more recently, as a personnel manager, Miss Hart has concentrated on her own painting and art studies. She is a successful commissioned artist who has exhibited widely and is an art/art restoration scholar. Hart holds B.A. and M.A. degrees from Oxford Brookes University.|
Pamela Mason has worked with the drama classes at Wroxton since 1986, and for much of that time was also a lecturer in English and Fellow of the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham. She works extensively in Stratford, contributing to postgraduate courses, and she has initiated a postgraduate diploma in Shakespeare studies. Also a course tutor for the Open University, she has contributed a volume on Much Ado About Nothing to the Macmillan series on "Text in Performance," has edited a casebook on Shakespeare's early comedies and is co-editor of an illustrated volume on Shakespeare in Performance, published by Salamander Books in 1995.
Keith Parsons joined the faculty at Wroxton in the fall of 1994 as a lecturer in English, following a period with the National Youth Theatre and a distinguished career in the English schools system. Also a lecturer in the School of Continuing Studies, The University of Birmingham and at The Shakespeare Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon, Parsons is co-editor of an illustrated volume on Shakespeare in Performance, published by Salamander Books in 1995; author of educational material for The Birmingham Royal Ballet; and a contributor to courses organized by The Royal Opera House and a variety of schools and educational authorities throughout the country. He is currently researching the ballet versions of Shakespeare's plays.
|Professor Joseph Hone holds degrees from Kilkenny College in Killkenny, Ireland and from Sandford Park and St. Columba's College in Dublin. Before coming to Wroxton he held various positions in radio and television, including radio and then television critic for "The Listener" (1971-1980). In addition, besides being a reviewer over the years for the New York Times Book Review, The Spectator, New Statesman, and the Daily Telegraph, he has published numerous fiction and travel books as well. Some of the most recent include Firesong (Sinclair-Stevenson, 1997) and Duck Soup in the Black Sea (Hamilton, 1988).|