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Darlene Farabee

Darlene Farabee
Associate Professor
English, College of Arts & Sciences
UD Dakota Hall 211
Phone: 605-677-5229
Darlene Farabee's book _Shakespeare's Staged Spaces and Playgoers' Perceptions_ is forthcoming from Palgrave Macmillan (2014) and her essay "'A Walking Shadow': Place, Perception and Disorientation in Macbeth" appears in _Macbeth: The State of Play_ edited by Ann Thompson (Arden/Bloomsbury, 2014).
Teaching Interests:
Early modern British literature; Shakespeare; drama.
Research Interests:
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, 2008
  • MA, English Literature, University of Delaware, 2003
  • BA, English, Temple University, 2000