William Eddelman has been a set and costume designer and a theater historian for more than forty years. At Stanford he has
taught a wide variety of classes which have ranged from design, theater aesthetics, and musical theater to dramatic literature
and cultural studies. Recently, he has taught a graduate seminar in international theater aesthetics and an undergraduate
seminar called “Mapping and Wrapping the Body: The Psychology of Clothes.” He has taught several classes for Stanford Continuing
Studies and in the last two quarters he has given classes on "Venice and the Veneto" and "Paris in the Jazz Age." He has co-led
a tour for Stanford Alumni Travel in the Veneto part of Italy with a focus on Palladian Villas, and lead a tour to Venice
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