Department of English
419 Shanks Hall
181 Turner Street, NW
Blacksburg, VA 24061
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Katharine Cleland is an associate professor in the Department of English.
- Early Modern Literature
- English Reformation
- PhD in English, The Pennsylvania State University
- MA in English, The Pennsylvania State University
- BA in English and Spanish, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Shakespeare Association of America
- Renaissance Society of America
- International Spenser Society
- Modern Language Association
- Sigma Tau Delta
- Irregular Unions: Clandestine Marriage in Early Modern English Literature. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2021.
- “English National Identity and the Reformation Problem of Clandestine Marriage in Spenser’s Faerie Queene, Book I.” Spenser Studies 29 (2014): 75-101.
- “‘Wanton loves, and yong desires’: Clandestine Marriage in Marlowe’s Hero and Leander and Chapman’s Continuation.” Studies in Philology 108.2 (2011): 215-37.
- “‘Warring Spirits’: Martial Violence and Anxious Masculinity in Paradise Lost.” Violent Masculinities: Male Aggression in Early Modern Texts. Eds. Catherine E. Thomas and Jennifer Feather. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 129-48.
- “Daniel, Drayton, Chapman.” Oxford History of Poetry in English, Volume 4: Sixteenth Century British Poetry. Eds. Catherine Bates and Patrick Cheney. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
- “Rota Virgiliana.” Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. 4th edition. Ed. Roland Greene, et al. Princeton University Press, 2012. 1226-27.
- Review of Ian Frederick Moulton, Love in Print in the Sixteenth Century: The Popularization of Romance. New York: Palgrave, 2014. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 53.2 (2015): 325-28.
- Niles Research Grant. College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences. Virginia Tech. 2019.
- Short-term Research Fellowship. Folger Shakespeare Library. Washington, D.C. 2014.
- Introduction to Shakespeare
- Studies in Shakespeare
- Renaissance Literature
- Renaissance Revenge Tragedy (senior seminar)
- Introduction to Literary Research
- Renaissance Revenge Tragedy
- Romance Fiction
- Shakespeare and Adaptation
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