Assistant Professor of English Megan Snell’s article, “Performing Babies and the Properties of Race and Ethnicity,” is now published in the most recent issue of Shakespeare. She also participated in the annual Shakespeare Association of America meeting in March.
Assistant Professor of English
Assistant Professor of English Megan Snell wrote a chapter called “Shakespeare’s Babes ‘Things To Come At Large'” in a book titled “Shakespeare’s Things: Shakespearean Theatre and the Non-Human World of History, Theory, and Performance.”
Assistant Professor of English Megan Snell wrote a chapter called “Chaucer’s Jailer’s Daughter: Character and Source in The Two Noble Kinsmen” in the Shakespeare Quarterly, Volume 69, issue number 1, published by John Hopkins University Press. Founded in 1950 by the Shakespeare Association of America, the Shakespeare Quarterly is a peer-reviewed academic journal committed to publishing articles on the breadth of Shakespearean studies.