Guide to the Edward Doughtie manuscripts of English Renaissance songs, 1596 -1622, 1989 MS 424
Edward Doughtie, now a Professor Emeritus of English, taught at Rice University for 38 years. He taught courses on William Shakespeare, ballads and folk songs and 16th century literature and music, among other topics. His areas of interest have focused on Renaissance literature and song, folklore and music, and literature. He is a former master of Will Rice College and a nonresident associate at Lovett College. Doughtie is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and was a Fulbright fellow. (A.B., Duke University; M.A., Ph.D., Harvard University)
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This collection contains Edward Doughtie’s compilation of manuscripts of English Renaissance songs, including: typescript copies of Lyrics from English Airs and a typescript of Liber Lilliati (an Elizabethan verse and song).
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Edward Doughtie Manuscripts, English Renaissance songs, 1596-1622, 1989, MS 424, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.
The Edward Doughtie Manuscripts were a gift donated by Miss Gertrude Maurin on June 17, 1987.
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