Ann Pleiss Morris publishes two-part blog post

Associate Professor of English Ann Pleiss Morris has a two-part blog post, “On Teaching Lear in a Time of Plague,” posted on New Chaucer Studies: Pedagogy and Profession.

The post states that she “frequently teaches ‘outside her field.’ Although her scholarship focuses on Early Modern drama, her courses cover a much broader field, including medieval literature and contemporary medievalisms. …

“Many Shakespeare plays form a powerful argument for the essential role of medievalism in English literature.”


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