Ronald Huebert Academic Address



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Ronald Huebert
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Academic Address:
Department of English

Dalhousie University

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4P9

Telephone: 902-494-6946

E-mail: rhuebert@dal.ca
Residence:
1044 Bland Street

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 2S8

Telephone: 902-423-1943
Date of Birth: 26 February 1946
Citizenship: Canadian
Present Position: Professor of English, Dalhousie University
Concurrent Position: Carnegie Professor, University of King’s College
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Education:
PhD, University of Pittsburgh (1972)

Special Research Student, Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham (1970-71)

MA, University of Pittsburgh (1969)

Honours BA, high honours in English, University of Saskatchewan (1967)

BA, magna cum laude, University of Saskatchewan (1966)
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Distinctions and Awards:
Life Member, Clare Hall, Cambridge University (2008- )

Visiting Fellowship, Clare Hall, Cambridge University (2007-2008)

Montaigne Prize: Best Paper, Annual Meeting, Canadian Society for Renaissance

Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance (2004)

SSHRCC Research Grant (2003-2006)

Visiting Membership, Darwin College, Cambridge University (1995-96)

SSHRCC Leave Fellowship (1986)

SSHRCC Research Grant (1986)

Research Associate, Visiting Scholars Program, University of California, Berkeley (1982-83)

SSHRCC Leave Fellowship (1982-83)

Huntington Library Fellowship (July 1980)

SSHRCC Research Grant (1978-79)

Killam Postdoctoral Fellowship (1974-76)

Canada Council Doctoral Fellowship (1970-72)

Andrew Mellon Fellowship (1967-69)

Oakley-Dalgleish Award in English (1965)

German Government Book Prize (1964)

Producers Pipelines Scholarship (1963-67)


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Professional Experience:
Professor of English, Dalhousie University (1986- )

Carnegie Professor, University of King’s College (1999- )

Editor, The Dalhousie Review (1997-2000; 2001-2004)

Associate Fellow, Foundation Year Programme, University of King’s College (1997-99)

Chair, Department of English, Dalhousie University (1992-95)

Associate Professor, Dalhousie University (1980-86)

Assistant Professor, Dalhousie University (1977-80)

Lecturer, Dalhousie University (1976-77)

Postdoctoral Fellow, Dalhousie University (1974-76)

Assistant Professor, Thiel College (1973-74)

Sessional Lecturer, University of Alberta (1972-73)
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Teaching Experience:
1. Undergraduate Courses, Dalhousie University:
Introduction to Literature

British Literature to 1800

Images and Texts

English Drama

Modern Drama

American Literature of the Twentieth Century

Shakespeare

Renaissance Drama

Renaissance Poetry and Culture 1: More to Jonson

Renaissance Poetry and Culture 2: Donne to Milton

The School of Donne

Virginia Woolf

Plays about Playing
2. Lectures, Foundation Year Programme, University of King’s College:
The Humanist Project: Pico della Mirandola

Northern Humanism: Sir Thomas More’s Utopia

Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus

Montaigne’s Essays

Renaissance Privacy

Sacred and Profane Love: John Donne



The Merchant of Venice

Macbeth

Othello

The Tempest

Theatre of the Absurd: Beckett’s Endgame


3. Undergraduate Course, Early Modern Studies Programme, University of King’s College:
Picture and Poetry in Early Modern Culture
4. Graduate Seminars, Dalhousie University:
Voyeurism in Early Modern Culture

The Theory and Practice of Literary Pleasure

Early Modern Privacy

The Drama from Marlowe to Ford

Renaissance Dissident Writers

Shakespeare Starting Over (1596-1602)

Seventeenth-Century Life Writing

Milton’s Paradise Lost

The New Historicism

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Thesis Supervision:
1. MA Students:
Justine Johson, “‘Oh! —My Pen Drops From Me Here!’: Bliss, Pleasure and Sexual Encounter in the Erotic Narrative" (2011)

Kirsten Inglis, “Reading ‘Circe’s Court’: Politics and the Bed-Trick in the Comedies of Machiavelli, Shakespeare, and Marston” (2007)

Tammy Byrne, “‘A Most Fine Figure’: Shakespeare’s Mathematical Art” (2005)

Michael Ursell, “Loose Raptures, Loose Sheets: Mapping Textual Excess and Eroticism in John Donne’s Lyrics” (2004)

Myra E. Wright, “Potent Liquids: Poison in Shakespeare” (2003)

David K. Anderson, “Image and Ritual in the Devotional Poetry of Donne, Herbert and Vaughan” (2003)

Sharon Creaser, “Game-Playing in Four Thomas Middleton Plays” (2000)

Sean Lawrence, “Unthrifty Son to Warlike Harry: The Self-Fashioning of Prince Hal and the Dialectic of Masculinity in Shakespeare’s Second Henriad” (1994)

Rebecca Million, “‘Oh, To Vex Me, Contraries Meet in One’: John Donne’s Poetic Quest For Integration” (1994)

Paula Sarson, “Telling the Stories of Our Lives: Poetics and Politics in the Works of Bronwen Wallace” (1993)

Liane Downey, “Macbeth and The Witch of Edmonton: Witches, Women, and Renaissance England” (1993)

Marcella Bungay, “John Donne, Women, and the Honesties of Love” (1992)

Arleane Reed, “The Receptive Ear and the Willing Voice: Audience and Obedience in Milton’s Paradise Lost” (1990)

Julia Reed, “Food in Paradise Lost” (1990)

Signy Henderson, “‘Kindred Commonly Do Worse Agree Than Remote Strangers’: The Family in Tragedies by Webster, Middleton, and Ford” (1989)

Linda Burnett, “The Mist of Unknowing: Scepticism and Renaissance Tragedy” (1987)

Robert Irish, “‘Lord How Violent Thou Art’: Theatre Violence from Marlowe to Middleton” (1986)

Dorothy de Krom Kisiell, “The Ideal of Chastity in Selected Jacobean Tragedies” (1986)

Catherine Flanagan, “Infidelity in the Plays of Thomas Middleton” (1982)

Ian Colford, “Touchstone Characters in Edward II, Richard II, and Perkin Warbeck” (1982)

Jane Pavelich, “Language and Values: Troilus and Cressida and Antony and Cleopatra” (1981)

Elena Corrigan, “The Power of the Spoken Word in Shakespeare’s Romances” (1981)

Astrid Brunner, “The Family in the Plays of Thomas Middleton” (1981)

Mavis Reimer, “The Figure of Fortune in Marlowe, Marston, and Webster” (1979)


2. PhD Students:
Christine Cornell, “Unparadised Women: Royal Mistresses in Early Modern English Literature” (1994)

Ingrid Hotz-Davies, “Strategies of Resistance in Selected Renaissance Writers” (1992)

Ian McAdam, “The Irony of Identity: Self and Imagination in the Drama of Christopher Marlowe” (1991)

A. G. van den Broek, “Reading George Eliot Reading Shakespeare” (1990)

[joint supervision with Marjorie Stone]

Rick Bowers, “Faces of Death on the Renaissance Stage” (1984)


3. Postdoctoral Fellow:
Sean Lawrence, “Gifts on Stage: Generosity in English Renaissance Drama” (2002-2003; 2004-2005)

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Committees and Offices:


  1. Departmental:

Chair of Department (1992-95)

Professional Development Committee (1989-91, 1992-95, 1996-99, 2005-2007)

Academic and Financial Planning Committee (1992-95, 1999-2000)

Chair (1999-2000)

Graduate Committee (1980-82, 1989-92, 1996-98, 2001-2004)

Chair (1981-82, 1990-91)

Advisory Committee (1977-80, 1988-89, 1998-99, 2008-2011)

Chair, Speakers Committee (1987-88, 2002)

Nominating Committee (1979-80, 1986-87, 1991-92, 1998-99, 2002-2003, 2004-2005, 2009-2010)

Chair (2004-2005)

Undergraduate Committee (1983-86)

Chair (1983-84)

High School Liaison Committee (1979-82)

Chair (1980-81)
2. University of King’s College:
Chair, Advisory Committee, Appointment of Director, Early Modern Studies Programme (2010)

Pension Advisory Group (2009-2010)

Coordinator, Renaissance and Reformation, Foundation Year Programme (2002-2005)

Joint Council, Early Modern Studies Programme (2006-2007, 2008-2009)

Joint Council, Contemporary Studies Programme (2001-2004)

Research and Travel Committee (2002-2007)

Chair (2004-2006)

Board of Appeal and Discipline (2001-2004)


3. Faculty and University:
Chair, Unit Review Committee, Department of German (2006-2007)

Academic Development Committee, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (2004-2005)

Unit Review Committee, Department of History (2004-2005)

Senate Representative, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (2001-2003)

President’s Task Force on Research Policy and Administration (1998-99)

Committee to Review the Chair, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology (1997-98)

University Tenure Panel (1996-2000)

Panel of PhD Defence Chairs, Faculty of Graduate Studies (1994- )

Professional Development Committee, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (1990-92)

Chair (1991-92)


Executive Committee, Dalhousie Faculty Association (1989-91)

Secretary (1990-91)

Committee to Review the Chair, Department of French (1989-90)

Promotions Committee, Faculty of Arts and Science (1987-88)

Committee to Review the Chair, Department of History (1985-86)

Library Committee (1983-85)

Committee on Graduate Scholarships (1981-82)

Committee on Killam Lectures (1980-82)


4. Professional:


Organizer, Session on “John Donne and Censorship,” jointly sponsored by the Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d'études de la Renaissance and the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of New Brunswick (2011)

Co-organizer (with John Lepage), Session on “Voyeurism and its Limits,” Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance (2010)

Regional Representative, Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance (2005-2007)

Program Committee, Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance (2004-2005)

Co-organizer (with Simon Kow and Goran Stanivukovic), Conference on Interiority in Early Modern England, 1500-1700, St. Mary’s University (October 2004)

Coordinator of Local Arrangements, Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Halifax (2003)

Executive Committee, Canadian Association of Learned Journals

Vice-President (2000-2001)

President (2001-2003)

Past President (2003-2004)

Canadian Association of Chairs of English (1992-95)

Vice-President (1993-94)

President (1994-95)

Committee on Professional Concerns, Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English (1992-94)

Selection Committee, Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships, SSHRCC (1988-89)

Executive Committee, Association of Canadian University Teachers of English (1978-80)


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Consultation:
External Examiner, PhD thesis: Christopher Hicklin, “A Critical Modern-Spelling Edition of John Fletcher’s Rule a Wife and Have a Wife” (University of Toronto, 2010)

External Examiner, PhD thesis: Yvonne Hann, “‘Royal Wench’: Investigating Gender and Power in the Antony and Cleopatra Plays of the English Renaissance” (Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2009)

Editorial Board, Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme (2004- )

Referee for articles submitted to The Dalhousie Review, English Studies in Canada, and Renaissance Drama

Referee for conference papers submitted to the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English

Referee for book manuscripts submitted to the University of Toronto Press, the University Press of Missouri, and the Canadian Federation for the Humanities

Referee for Research Grant applications to SSHRCC

Referee for tenure applications, Queens College, City University of New York, and University of Saskatchewan

Referee for promotion to professorial rank, University of British Columbia, Wilfrid Laurier University, University of Manitoba, and University of Guelph
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Visiting Lectures:
“Invasions of Privacy in Hamlet.” ASH (Arts/ Society/ Humanities) Colloquia. Clare Hall, Cambridge University, 2011.

“Early Modern Voyeurism: Much Ado About Not[h]ing.” Visiting Speakers Series. University College Cork, 2008.

“Early Modern Voyeurism: The Case of The Duchess of Malfi.” ASH (Arts/Society/ Humanities) Colloquia. Clare Hall, Cambridge University, January 2008.

“Marvell’s Private Place.” English Department Colloquium. University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 2004.

“Bosola’s Impossible Desire.” English Colloquia Series. Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee, 1985.
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Conference Papers and Presentations:
“‘The Royal Actor’: The Execution of Charles I as a Theatrical Event.” Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d'études de la Renaissance. University of Waterloo, 2012.

[With David McNeil] “The Public Execution as a Theatrical Event.” European Studies Conference, Dalhousie University, 2012.

“The Price of Privacy in Illyria.” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English. Concordia University, 2010.

“Performing Anatomy.” Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance. Carleton University, 2009.

---. Anatomy Department Seminar, Dalhousie University, 2009.

“ ‘Study our Manuscripts’: John Donne’s Problems with Privacy.” English Department Colloquium, Dalhousie University, 2009.

“The Literary Legacy of Anne Vavasour (fl. 1580-1621).” Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance. University of Saskatchewan, May 2007.

“The Ethics of Voyeurism in Renaissance Art.” Icons and Iconoclasts Conference. University of Aberdeen, July 2006.

—. Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance. York University, Toronto, June 2006.

“Urban Privacy: Early Modern London.” Text and the City: Language and Literature in Urban Contexts. Australasian Universities Languages and Literatures Association. James Cook University, Cairns, Australia, 2005.


—. Atlantic Renaissance Conference. University of New Brunswick, Saint John, New Brunswick, 2005.

“How English Readers Read Montaigne.” Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance. University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, 2005.

“The Commonplace Book and the Private Self.” Conference on Interiority in Early Modern England, 1500-1700. St. Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2004.

“The Female Breast in Reformation Culture.” Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance. University of Manitoba, 2004.

—. The Flesh Made Text: Bodies, Theories, Cultures in the Post-Millennial Era. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, 2003.
“Marvell’s Private Place.” English Department Colloquium. Dalhousie University, 2004.

—. Centre for Seventeenth-Century Studies. University of Durham, 2003.

“Erotic Poetry and Manuscript Culture.” Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance. Laval University, 2001.

—. English Department Colloquium. Dalhousie University, 2001.

“Did Privacy Protect the Heterodox?” Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance. University of Alberta, 2000.

—. Centre for Seventeenth-Century Studies. University of Durham, 1999.

“Privacy in Paradise.” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English. University of Ottawa, 1998.

“The Gendering of Privacy in Early Modern Culture.” English Department Colloquium. Dalhousie University, 1996.

“Representations of Privacy in Renaissance Literature.” Humanities and Social Sciences Group. Darwin College, Cambridge University, 1996.

“John Donne’s Pregnancies.” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English. University of Calgary, 1994.

A Woman Killed with Kindness: Or, How to Get Your Own Way and Be a Nice Guy Too.” Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English. University of Prince Edward Island, 1992.

“The Adverse Body: John Marston.” Association of Canadian University Teachers of English. University of Victoria, 1990.

“The Love-Life of Sir Simonds D’Ewes.” Centre for Seventeenth-Century Studies, University of Durham, 1987.

—. English Department Colloquium. Dalhousie University, 1987.

“Tobacco and Boys and Christopher Marlowe.” English Department Colloquium. Dalhousie University, 1984.

“Taking the Measure of Manliness.” Shakespeare Association of America. Ashland, Oregon, 1983.

“The Staging of Shirley’s The Lady of Pleasure.” International Conference on Elizabethan Theatre. University of Waterloo, 1981.

“The Drama of Infidelity.” Canadian Association for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d’études de la Renaissance. Université du Québec à Montréal, 1980.


“‘An Artificial Way to Grieve’: The Forsaken Woman in The Maid’s Tragedy.” Association of Canadian University Teachers of English. University of New Brunswick, 1977.

—. Northeast Modern Language Association. University of Pittsburgh, 1977.

“The Paganism of King Lear.” Killam Postdoctoral Lecture. Dalhousie University, 1975.
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Work in Progress:
Privacy in the Age of Shakespeare (book manuscript in preparation).
“How English Readers Read Montaigne” (article in preparation).
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Publications:
1. Books:
The Performance of Pleasure in English Renaissance Drama. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

[As editor]. James Shirley’s The Lady of Pleasure. The Revels Plays. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1986.



John Ford: Baroque English Dramatist. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1977.


  1. Articles:

“‘Study our Manuscripts’: John Donne's Problems with Privacy” The Seventeenth Century 26.1 (2011): 1-21.

“Performing Anatomy” Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme 33.3 (2010): 9-26.

“‘Study our Manuscripts’: John Donne’s Problems with Privacy.” (forthcoming in The Seventeenth Century).

“Performing Anatomy” (forthcoming in a special issue of Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme).

“Reading, Writing, and Religio Medici.Prose Studies 30.2 (2008): 109-23.

“The Female Breast in Reformation Culture.” The Dalhousie Review 87 (2007): 205-24.

“The Private Opinions of Sir Thomas Browne.” Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 45 (2005): 117-34.

“The Gendering of Privacy.” The Seventeenth Century 16 (2001): 37-65.

“Privacy in Paradise.” The Dalhousie Review 80 (2000): 9-19.

“Privacy: The Early Social History of a Word.” The Sewanee Review 105 (1997): 21-38.

“Living with a Legend: Sir Philip Sidney” [review article]. The Dalhousie Review 72 (Winter 1993): 530-37.

“Middleton’s Nameless Art.” The Sewanee Review 95 (1987): 591-609.

“A Shrew Yet Honest: Manliness in Jonson.” Renaissance Drama 15 (1984): 31-68.

“Tobacco and Boys and Marlowe.” The Sewanee Review 92 (1984): 206-24.

“Taking the Measure of Manliness.” The Dalhousie Review 63 (Spring 1983): 125-34.

“The Staging of Shirley’s The Lady of Pleasure.” The Elizabethan Theatre 9 (1981): 41-59.

“Drama” [review article for “Letters in Canada”]. University of Toronto Quarterly 48 (Summer 1979): 362-70; 49 (Summer 1980): 368-77; and 50 (Summer 1981): 55-67.

The Revenger’s Tragedy and the Fallacy of the Excluded Middle.” University of Toronto Quarterly 48 (Fall 1978): 10-22.

“James Reaney: Poet and Dramatist.” Canadian Theatre Review 13 (Winter 1977): 125-28.

“‘An Artificial Way to Grieve’: The Forsaken Woman in Beaumont and Fletcher, Massinger and Ford.” ELH: A Journal of English Literary History 44 (1977): 601-22.

“Levels of Parody in The Merry Wives of Windsor.” English Studies in Canada 3 (1977): 136-52.

“The Paganism of King Lear.” The Dalhousie Review 56 (Autumn 1976): 429-47.

“On Detecting John Ford’s Hand: A Fallacy.” The Library 5th series, 26 (1971): 256-59.
3. Encyclopedia Entry:
“The World Before Shakespeare.” The Shakespeare Encyclopedia. Lane Cove, Australia: Global Book Publishing, 2009. 14-17.
4. Editorial Introductions:
“Making Pleasure.” Introduction to the Special Pleasure Issue, The Dalhousie Review 84.3 (Autumn 2004): 345-48.

[With Robert M. Martin and Anthony Stewart]. “Writing Matters.” Introduction to Fiction and Poetry Issue, The Dalhousie Review 84.1 (Spring 2004): 7-18.

[With Robert M. Martin and Trevor Ross]. “Opening Gambits.” Introduction to Fiction and Poetry Issue, The Dalhousie Review 81.2 (Summer 2001): 157-68.

[With Stephen Brooke]. “The Naked Bull and the Perishing Text.” Introduction to Fiction and Poetry Issue, The Dalhousie Review 78.2 (Summer 1998): 169-80.



5. Reviews:
Review of Privacy and Print: Reading and Writing in Seventeenth-Century England, by Cecile M. Jagodzinski. SHARP News 10.2 (2001): 12.

Review of Gender and the Sacred Self in John Donne, by Elizabeth M. A. Hodgson. University of Toronto Quarterly 70 (Winter 2000-2001): 369-70.

Review of Climbing Croagh Patrick, by Tomothy Brownlow, and The Asparagus Garden, by S. P. Zitner. The Dalhousie Review 80 (2000): 433-35.

Review of Desire in the Renaissance: Psychoanalysis and Literature, ed. Valeria Finucci and Regina Schwartz. The Dalhousie Review 74 (Fall/Winter 1994-95): 417-20.

Review of Time’s Witness: Historical Representation in English Poetry, 1603-1660, by Gerald M. MacLean. The Dalhousie Review 70 (Summer 1990): 258-60.

Review of John Ford: Critical Re-Visions, ed. Michael Neill. Essays in Theatre 8 (May 1990): 137-40.

Review of Indirections: Shakespeare and the Art of Illusion, by Anthony B. Dawson. English Studies in Canada 7 (1981): 353-57.

Review of Shakespeare’s Rome: Republic and Empire, by Paul A. Cantor. The Dalhousie Review 57 (Summer 1977): 372-74.


Review of The Four Plays of William Wycherley: A Study in the Development of a Dramatist, by W. R. Chadwick. The Dalhousie Review 57 (Spring 1977): 161-62.

Review of A Bibliography of Canadian Theatre History, 1583-1975, by John Ball and Richard Plant. Canadian Library Journal 34 (1977): 233.

Review of The Renaissance Imagination, by D. J. Gordon. The Dalhousie Review 56 (Winter 1977): 777-79.

Review of The Elizabethan Theatre 5, ed. G. R. Hibbard. The Dalhousie Review 56 (Spring 1976): 186-89.

Review of The Tragic Vision of John Ford, by Tucker Orbison. Seventeenth-Century News 34 (1976): 11-13.

Review of Shakespearian and Other Essays, by James Smith. The Dalhousie Review 54 (Winter 1975): 788-90.

Review of Versions of Baroque, by Frank J. Warnke. Seventeenth-Century News 31 (1973): 101-102. Further comment in The Scriblerian 7 (Spring 1975): 116-17.

5. Poetry:
“British Empiricism.” The Antigonish Review 141/142 (Spring/Summer 2005): 139-40.

“To Dorothy Osborne (1627-95).” LiNQ 32 (May 2005): 56-57.

“Lost in Translation.” LiNQ 31 (October 2004): 56-57.

6. Motion Picture Roles:
Chief of Police in Hobo with a Shotgun. Dir. Jason Eisener. Winner of SXSW Grindhouse Trailers contest, 2007.

Doctor Faustus in A Tragikall History. Dir. Jeff Wright. University of King’s College, 2002.



7. Reprints:
“Introduction” to The Lady of Pleasure by James Shirley. Drama Criticism. Ed. Lawrence J. Trudeau. Detroit: Gale Group, [forthcoming].

“Taking the Measure of Manliness.” Reprinted in Shakespeare for Students. Ed. Kathy Darrow. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000.

“Middleton’s Nameless Art.” Reprinted in Drama Criticism.

Ed. Lawrence J. Trudeau. Detroit: Gale Research, 1995. 5: 106-112.

“Drama” [review article for “Letters in Canada” 1981]. Excerpt reprinted in Contemporary Literary Criticism. Ed. Daniel G. Marowski and Roger Matuz. Detroit: Gale Research, 1989. 52: 353-54.

“Levels of Parody in The Merry Wives of Windsor.” Excerpts reprinted in Shakespearean



Criticism. Ed. Mark W. Scott. Detroit: Gale Research, 1987. 5: 385-9


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