Ann Torday Gulden

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Ann Torday Gulden worked in radiography education before she studied feminist theory, black studies, and English and American literature at Northern Illinois University, the University of Oslo, and at Oxford University. All this culminated in a PhD on Milton’s Eve in Paradise Lost. She has publications in Milton Quarterly (1998, 2000), and a chapter in Renaissance Ecology Duquesne:2008). Ann established the centre for English for Academic Purposes at Oslo Metropolitan University. After working with participants from Africa and Norway she wrote an essay in Gendered Voices (Sense: 2013), entitled ‘Writing Across Cultures: English as Common Denominator After All That History’. Recently retired,she enjoys being a grandmother.