David King Dunaway

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David King Dunaway
OccupationUniversity professor
EducationUniversity of California, Berkeley
Genre
Subject
Years activesince 1981
Website
www.davidkdunaway.com

David King Dunaway is an American historian. He is a professor of English at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico; he was previously on the faculty of San Francisco State University in San Francisco.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

Dunaway's published materials include:

  • Dunaway, David King (1991). Huxley in Hollywood. Anchor Books. ISBN 9780385415910.
  • Dunaway, David King (1999). Aldous Huxley Recollected: An Oral History. AltaMira. ISBN 9780761990642.
  • Dunaway, David King; Spurgeon, Sara L (2003). Writing the Southwest. University of New Mexico Press. ISBN 9780826323361.
  • Dunaway, David King (2008) [1981]. How Can I Keep From Singing?: The Ballad of Pete Seeger. Villard. ISBN 9780345506085.
  • A Pete Seeger Discography. Rowman & Littlefield Pub. Group. 2010. ISBN 9781282922396.
  • Dunaway, David King; Waldmire, Robert (2012). A Route 66 Companion. University of Texas Press. ISBN 9780292726604.
  • Dunaway, David King; Beer, Molly (2012). Singing Out: An Oral History of America's Folk Music Revivals. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199896561.

In 2008, Dunaway's biography of Pete Seeger (originally published in 1981) was re-released along with a three part audio series covering Seeger's life and music. According to reviewer Michael Huntsberger, the series also included "recordings of Charles Seeger (Pete's father), Leadbelly, and Woody Guthrie, and interviews with Pete Seeger's contemporaries," including a selection of Seeger's music.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Professor Guerra wins national awards for UCSF, SF Giants videos" SFSU News. Retrieved 2018-05-31.
  2. ^ Huntsberger, Michael W. (6 May 2010). "Dunaway, Pete Seeger—How Can I Keep From Singing? [audio documentary series review]". Journal of Radio & Audio Media. 17 (1): 129–130. doi:10.1080/19376521003733459. ISSN 1937-6529.