English, College of Arts & Sciences
UD Dakota Hall 206
Darlene Farabee's current book project, titled _Travel and Perception on the Early Modern Stage_, examines representations of travel and movement in drama by Shakespeare, Dekker, Heywood, Middleton and Chapman . She regularly reviews area Shakespeare productions for _Shakespeare Bulletin_ , and her essay “‘A walking shadow’: place, perception, and disorientation in Macbeth” will appear in the new Arden Shakespeare series volume _Arden Critical Currents: Macbeth_.
Early modern British literature; Shakespeare; drama.
Early modern drama; early modern narratives of travel; theories of movement and perception; metaphor; non-dramatic narrative verse including Spenser and Milton.
- Ph D, English Literature, University of Delaware, 2007
- MA, English Literature, University of Delaware, 2003
- BA, English, Temple University, 2000