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Full Name: Paul Carter Harrison
(1936-2021) Playwright, scholar. Paul Carter Harrison was born in Manhattan, New York, and died in Atlanta, Georgia.
Author's Timeline:
1936 New York County
Paul Carter Harrison was born in Manhattan, New York, on March 1, 1936. 
1962 New York County
Mr. Harrison earned a master of arts in psychology and phenomenology from the New School for Social Research in Manhattan, New York, in 1962.  
2021 (Unknown) County
Paul Carter Harrison died at a retirement home in Atlanta, Georgia, on December 27, 2021. 
1973 (Unknown) County
The Great MacDaddy
(Pub: GP Press ISBN: )
1972 (Unknown) County
The Drama of the Nommo: Black Theatre in the African Continuum
(Pub: Ultramarine Pub Co ISBN: 0394482751 / 978-0394482750 )
1974 (Unknown) County
Kuntu Drama: Plays of the African Continuum
(Pub: Grove Press ISBN: 0802100279 / 978-0802100276 )
1993 (Unknown) County
Black Light: The African American Hero
(Pub: Thunder's Mouth Press ISBN: 1560250607 / 978-1560250609 )
2002 (Unknown) County
Black Theatre: Ritual Performance In The African Diaspora
(Pub: Temple University Press ISBN: 1566399432 / 978-1566399432 )
Essays edited by Paul Carter Harrison, Victor Leo Walker II, and Gus Edwards. Walker, Victor Leo (Editor), Gus Edwards (Editor)  
1989 (Unknown) County
Totem Voices: Plays from the Black World Repertory
(Pub: Grove Press ISBN: 0802110533 / 978-0802110534 )
Edited by Mr. Harrison. 
1989 (Unknown) County
In the Shadow of the Great White Way: Images from the Black Theatre
(Pub: Thunder's Mouth Press ISBN: 0938410814 / 978-0938410812 )
Theater history. 
1995 (Unknown) County
Classic Plays from the Negro Ensemble Company
(Pub: University of Pittsburgh Press ISBN: 0822955601 / 978-0822955603 )
Plays, edited by Mr. Harrison and Gus Edwards. 
? New York County
Mr. Harrison attended New York University for a time. 

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