I have been enjoying the plays of Shakespeare for 25 years, performing in them for 20 years, and producing them for over 10 years. I hold my B.A. in anthropology and English with a writing concentration in poetry from Muhlenberg College, as well as my M.A. and Ph.D. in English with a focus on Shakespeare and performance studies from St. John’s University.
I am an adjunct assistant professor of English at Union College and SUNY Adirondack in upstate New York. Over the years I have taught courses in global literature, British literature, American literature, modern dramatic literature, business writing, and first-year composition. I have presented my research at the Blackfriars Conference at the American Shakespeare Center, the Shakespearean Theatre Conference at the University of Waterloo/Stratford Festival in Canada, and the Shakespeare Association of America.
I penned a chapter on “Strategies for Teaching Shakespeare Online” featured in Literature in the Online Classroom which will be published by the Modern Language Association in early 2022. The volume is edited by John Miller and Julie Wilhelm.
In the next issue of Renaissance Quarterly (74.4), I have a book review on Gina Bloom’s Gaming the Stage: Playable Media and the Rise of English Commercial Theater.
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