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International Shaw Society

International Shaw Society Mid-Year Newsletter for 2010 MISSION STATEMENT The International Shaw Society, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, provides a means for those interested in the study of the life, times, and career of Bernard Shaw and his circle to coordinate their activities, exchange information and ideas, and promote an interest in Shaw worldwide. It welcomes anyone with an interest in Shaw to join (see the end of this section for an application form). To encourage the study of Shaw and the use of his works, the ISS arranges biennial or triennial conferences, annual symposia, and occasional special sessions and seminars around the world at which anyone interested in Shaw can find a gathering of kindred spirits and an occasion to speak on and discuss Shaw and to hear and see his works in performance. Because it particularly wishes to encourage the young, the ISS offers scholarships and travel grants to young people who wish to contribute to its goals. Report on 1 June 2010 by Michel W. Pharand, editor, ISS Newsletter ISS Homepage: www.shawsociety.org Email: michelpharand@yahoo.com ISS COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Leonard Conolly, President Jay R. Tunney, Vice President Richard F. Dietrich, Treasurer John McInerney, Recording Secretary Lori Dietrich, Membership Secretary ADVISORY http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies Penn State University Press

International Shaw Society

SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies , Volume 30 (1) – Sep 30, 2010

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Mid-Year Newsletter for 2010 MISSION STATEMENT The International Shaw Society, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, provides a means for those interested in the study of the life, times, and career of Bernard Shaw and his circle to coordinate their activities, exchange information and ideas, and promote an interest in Shaw worldwide. It welcomes anyone with an interest in Shaw to join (see the end of this section for an application form). To encourage the study of Shaw and the use of his works, the ISS arranges biennial or triennial conferences, annual symposia, and occasional special sessions and seminars around the world at which anyone interested in Shaw can find a gathering of kindred spirits and an occasion to speak on and discuss Shaw and to hear and see his works in performance. Because it particularly wishes to encourage the young, the ISS offers scholarships and travel grants to young people who wish to contribute to its goals. Report on 1 June 2010 by Michel W. Pharand, editor, ISS Newsletter ISS Homepage: www.shawsociety.org Email: michelpharand@yahoo.com ISS COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Leonard Conolly, President Jay R. Tunney, Vice President Richard F. Dietrich, Treasurer John McInerney, Recording Secretary Lori Dietrich, Membership Secretary ADVISORY

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SHAW The Annual of Bernard Shaw StudiesPenn State University Press

Published: Sep 30, 2010

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