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Shakespeare and Ecofeminist Theory

Munroe: Shakespeare and Ecofeminist Theory

 Jennifer Munroe's new book Shakespeare and Ecofeminist Theory, coauthored with Rebecca Laroche of University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, has just been published by Bloomsbury Books as part of their Arden series. Ecofeminism has been an important field of theory in philosophy and environmental studies for decades. It takes as its primary concern the way the relationship between the human... Munroe: Shakespeare and Ecofeminist Theory Read more >>

Greg Wickliff

Greg Wickliff wins Award

Professor Greg Wickliff has just received the Jay R. Gould Award for Excellence in Teaching Technical Communication at the Society for Technical Communication. Greg joins a list of very distinguished recipients of the award.   The award honors true academic mentorship; a record of successful students, defined as those who are involved in STC, and actively working in the profession... Greg Wickliff wins Award Read more >>

Prof. Lara Vetter

EGSA & 2017 Grad Professor of the Year

Congratulations to the EGSA for a wonderful Annual Conference (the 17th!) and to Professor Lara Vetter for being awarded the EGSA's "Professor of the Year" award for 2016-2017. EGSA & 2017 Grad Professor of the Year Read more >>

Marlowe's "Edward II" -Kirk Melnikoff

Christopher Marlowe's Edward II, one of the most provocative plays in Early Modern drama, has been contextualized brought up to date (critically) in a new book by Professor Kirk Melnikoff. Edward II: A Critical Reader gives students, teachers and scholars alike an overview of the play's reception both in the theatre and among artists and critics, from the end of the 16th century to... Marlowe's "Edward II" -Kirk Melnikoff Read more >>