Pamela Newton

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Title: 
Lecturer in English
Address: 
63 High St, New Haven, CT 06511-6642

M.A., English Language and Literature, Middlebury College, 2004
B.A., Drama, Northwestern University, 1997

Pam Newton writes for magazines and websites as an art/culture journalist and essayist. Publications include the Huffington Post, the New York Times Magazine, Time Out New York, O the Oprah Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, and others. She has taught literature and writing to high school and college students for several years, including two years teaching abroad in Germany. Courses she has taught in the past have focused on academic writing; non-fiction essay writing; dramatic literature; New York City; James Baldwin; travel and tourism; and gender, class, and power.  She currently teaches at Yale and Cooper Union and is the Writing Fellow in the Center for Writing at Cooper Union.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

- Blogger Page on The Huffington Post

- “On the Lookout for the Past,” The New York Times Magazine

- “Ivo van Hove is Having a Moment,” American Theatre

- “Stew Pays a Debt to James Baldwin,” American Theatre

- “The Broadway Season Was Diverse Off-Stage Too,” American Theatre

- “Hoboken: The Gothamite’s Gateway to the Garden State,” hMag

BOOK REVIEWS for O the Oprah Magazine (samples):

- Dear Life by Alice Munro

- Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures by Emma Straub

- Of Human Bondage by W. Somerset Maugham

THEATER REVIEWS for Time Out New York (samples):

- Freud’s Last Session

- Inner Voices

- Hard Times

- Lascivious Something

- Mountain Jews

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES:

Travelers and Tourists (Writing Seminar); Reading and Writing the Modern Essay; The Modern Metropolis (Writing Seminar)