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Dr. Glenn Clark

Associate Professor
Office: 609 Fletcher Argue
Phone: (204) 474-8134
Email: Glenn.Clark@umanitoba.ca

Education: PhD (University of Chicago),
MA (University of Chicago),
BA Honours (University of British Columbia)

     


Recent Graduate Courses:

  • Shakespeare`s Peers and Competitors
  • Tracking Marlowe: Desire, Power and Uncertainty in Marlowe and his Successors
  • Early–Modern London and its Theatre
  • The Reformation, Popular Culture and Shakespeare`s England

Recent Undergraduate Courses:

  • Shakespeare's Struggling Selves
  • Authority, Collaboration and Conflict in Late Medieval English Drama
  • Violence in Early Modern English Tragedy
  • Imagining Authority in Early Modern English Drama and Poetry
  • Domestic Drama of the Early Seventeenth Century
  • Christopher Marlowe: Passion, Pride and Power in Tudor England
  • Jacobean Drama
  • Seventeenth Century Literature
  • Shakespeare

Areas of Specialization:

Tudor–Stuart Drama and Literature, especially Shakespeare; Reformation and English Literature; Early Modern London and its Literature; Early Modern English Popular Print


Other Interests / Recent Undertakings:

My current book–in–progress is about the relationship between Shakespearean drama and the post–Reformation English Protestant ministry.

After completing a doctoral dissertation on representations of taverns and alehouses, I continue to be very interested in how early–modern urban spaces – especially London`s – and their associated practices figure in political history, particularly in terms of the development of civility and the public sphere.

I am a member of the editorial board of the Map of Early Modern London Project, based at the University of Victoria. I am an active participant in the Group for Pre-Modern Studies, as well as a participant in the Circle of Medieval and Early Modern Scholars of Manitoba.

Recent Publications:

  • City Limits: Perspectives on the Historical European City, co-edited with Judith Owens and Greg Smith. McGill-Queens UP, 2010. 
  • "Tyranny, Incivility and Republicanism in The City Madam." Ben Jonson Journal 19.1 (2012): 65-87.
  • "The Civil Mutinies of Romeo and Juliet." English Literary Renaissance 41.2 (2011): 280-300.
  • "Zeal or Vengeance?: Anger, Performance and Ministerial Figures in Marston and Shakespeare." Religion and Literature 42.3 (2010): 1-26.
  • "Speaking Daggers: Shakespeare`s Troubled Ministers" in Shakespeare and Religious Change, eds. Ken Graham and Philip Collington. Palgrave, 2009. 176-195. 
  • "Civil Conversation, Religious Controversy, and The New Inn." Renaissance and Reformation 28.4 (2004): 33-53.

 


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