The Wilder Society is moving but staying in New Jersey, of which Wilder had fond memories from teaching at the Lawrenceville School during much of the 1920s.
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Position Opening: Project Archivist for the Wilder Family Papers. Yale University offers exciting opportunities for achievement and growth in New Haven, Connecticut.
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Theatre For A New Audience has offered discount tickets for members of the Thornton Wilder Society to the first New York production of Wilder’s Acting Version of A Doll’s House since it played simultaneously on Broadway with Our Town in 1938.
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The Ides of March Cover
For students reading the writings of Julius Caesar in Advanced Placement Latin and other secondary school Latin courses.
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Our February 2016 Wilder FYI is now shipping!
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In May 2016, The Thornton Wilder Society will once again take part in the American Literature Association Conference.

Update: The proposal deadline has been extended until January 20, 2016.
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The 2015 issue of The Thornton Wilder Society Newsletter is now shipping. This special conference issue covers the Second International Thornton Wilder Conference, and includes a number of other articles and new photos!
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This holiday season, the award-winning Peccadillo Theater Company will present "A Wilder Christmas," an evening of two rarely seen Thornton Wilder one-acts: The Long Christmas Dinner and Pullman Car Hiawatha.
UPDATE 12/21/15: Performances extended through January 10th!
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