I received my Ph.D. from Baylor University, and began work as a Visiting Assistant Professor at UTEP in 1998. I am now Associate Professor. I also lead the UTEP study abroad program to London and am a former fellow for the Center for Effective Teaching and Learning. My research generally focuses on Shakespeare and early modern literatures, and I have published on these topics in a variety of venues; among these are my monograph, Shakespeare's Festive History (Ashgate) and a chapter entitled, "Harry's (in)human face," in Spiritual Shakespeares (Routledge). Current projects include work on Shakespeare and immigration, hospitality, and first-generation audiences.
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