Robert Kendrick

Faculty

Assistant Professor in English and Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies

I teach and write on English and European literature of the early modern period, as well as the history of literary theory.  My current research focuses on understandings of the English nation under Queen Elizabeth I, specifically how translation of ancient texts and "original" literature portray what it means to be English in the late sixteenth century.

Education

B. A., University of Texas at Austin, 1995, Ph. D., University of Chicago, 2005


Courses Taught

Current

ENG-101 (Read:Our Priv. Idahos), ENG-107 (Introduction to Shakespeare), and ENG-201 (Art of Interpretation)

Past
Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
ENG-321Shakespeare82013/FA, 2012/FA, 2012/SP, 2011/FA, 2011/SP, 2010/FA, 2010/SP, and 2009/FA
ENG-101Read:Body Works42012/FA, 2012/SP, 2011/FA, and 2010/FA
ENG-201Art of Interpretation32013/SP, 2012/FA, and 2011/SP
ENG-317Renaissance Studies32013/SP, 2011/SP, and 2009/FA
ENG-244ST:Queer Theory22013/FA and 2011/FA
ENG-115British Literature I (to 1789)22013/SP and 2010/SP
ENG-268Career Exploration12014/JN
FTS-100FTS:Punk/Skater/Queer12013/FA
ENG-399Senior Seminar12012/SP
T/D-199Arts and Performances in London12011/JN
ENG-102Appreciating Poetry12010/SP
ENG-137Eros and War12010/JN
ENG-105Appreciating Literature12009/FA