- BA: Queen's University, Kingston
- PhD: McMaster University
Andrew Griffin is Associate Professor of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and the Director of Graduate Studies. His most recent book, Untimely Deaths in Renaissance Drama, was published in 2019 by University of Toronto Press (review here and here), and he’s published articles on Shakespeare, John Stow, Ben Jonson, Thomas Heywood, Lording Barry, the Queen’s Men, and others. Alongside his research on early modern drama and historiography, he is the Associate Textual Editor for Queen’s Men Editions (for which he edited the Chronicle History of King Leir), he’s a member of the Linked Early Modern Drama Online research group (for which he’s editing John Webster’s Monuments of Honour), and he’s the Lead Editor for the EMC Imprint, an award-winning digital press publishing early modern scholarship.
Potential graduate students interested in early modern drama, early modern historiography, theatre history, early modern London, the philosophy of history, and critical editing are encouraged to be in touch.
- c. 1500-1800
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