Curran Kevin

Curran Kevin

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PhD in English Renaissance Drama, University College Dublin, Ireland
Start : 2001 -- End : 2005

MA in English Renaissance Drama, University College Dublin, Ireland
Start : 2000 -- End : 2001

BA in English Literature and Art History, University College Dublin, Ireland
Start : 1996 -- End : 2000

Expériences professionnelles

Professor of Early Modern English Literature, University of Lausanne
Start : 2015

Associate Professor of English, University of North Texas, USA
Start : 2008 -- End : 2015

Carnahan Postdoctoral Fellow, Washington and Jefferson College, USA
Start : 2007 -- End : 2008

Tomlinson Postdoctoral Research Fellow, McGill University, Canada
Start : 2005 -- End : 2007




Kevin Curran specializes in English Renaissance drama with a particular focus on Shakespeare. He is the editor of the book series “Edinburgh Critical Studies in Shakespeare and Philosophy” and author of Shakespeare’s Legal Ecologies: Law and Distributed Selfhood (2017) and Marriage, Performance, and Politics at the Jacobean Court (2009). He is the editor of Renaissance Personhood (2019), Shakespeare and Judgment (2016), and co-editor of a special issue of the journal Criticism on “Shakespeare and Phenomenology” (2012). In 2017, Prof. Curran was named Distinguished International Visiting Fellow at the Center for the History Of Emotions in Australia. He is the founder and President of the Lausanne Shakespeare Festival.

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