Name: Dr. Richard Grinnell
Title: Associate Professor of English
Office Location: Fontaine 225
Extension: (845) 575-3000 ext. 2395
Email: Richard.Grinnell@Marist.edu
Personal Web Page: http://www.academic.marist.edu/faculty/grinnell.htm
Degrees Held:

B.S. in Biology, California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, California
M. A. in English Language and Literature, University of Minnesota
Ph.D. in English Language and Literature, University of Minnesota

Bio:

I teach Shakespeare and other early modern literatures, including an annual Shakespeare course that spends two weeks in London and Stratford-Upon-Avon in the UK. I have a particular interest in team-teaching, and have collaborated with faculty from Environmental Science, History, Communications, Media Arts, and English on a variety of courses for the Honors program and our majors. I have twice been chair of the English department,

Interests:

English Renaissance Literature, Shakespeare, and the dramatic literature of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in England, Literature and the Environment, Science Fiction.

Publications:

Books

Science and Society. Longman Topics Reader. New York: Pearson Longman, 2007.

Articles

"Through an Un-weeded Garden: Teaching the Unsustainable Hamlet." Moderna Språk 106: 1 (2012). 97-114.

“Witchcraft, Race, and the Rhetoric of Barbarism in Othello and 1 Henry IV.” The Upstart Crow: a Shakespeare Journal XXIV (2004): 72-80.

"'And Love Thee After': Necrophilia on the Jacobean Stage." Between Anthropology and Literature: Interdisciplinary Discourse. Ed. Rose DeAngelis. Routledge, 2002. 82-98.

"Naming and Social Disintegration in The Witch of Edmonton.Essays in Theatre 16: 2 (May1998) 209-223.

"Witchcraft and the Theater in Richard III." The Upstart Crow: a Shakespeare Journal XVII (1997). 66-77.

"The Witch, the Transvestite, and the Actor: Destabilizing Gender and the Renaissance Stage." Studies in the Humanities 23: 2 (Dec. 1996). 163-184.