Berkeley English Lecturers and Postdocs

Stephanie M Bahr

Stephanie M Bahr

Postdoctoral Fellow

Tuesday 11-12 & by appointment

Selected Publications and Papers Delivered



Titus Andronicus and the Interpretive Violence of the Reformation,” Shakespeare Quarterly, forthcoming Summer 2017

Select Conference Presentations

“ ‘To set a gloss upon an earnest pain’: Wyatt’s Hermeneutic Longing and the Reformation.” Renaissance Society of America. March 31, 2017.

“Ritual and Punishment in Early Tudor Drama.” Shakespeare Association of America. March 24, 2016

“Reading Duessa’s Rape: Protestant Hermeneutics and Poetic Instruction in Books I & II of The Faerie Queene.” Fifth International Spenser Society Conference. June 20, 2015

“Thomas More and the Theater of Judgment.” Shakespeare Association of America. April 10, 2014

“Protestantism, Despayre and Reading in Book I of Faerie Queene.” International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo.  May 9, 2013

“ ‘Martyred Signs’ & Dismembered Meanings: Reading Reformation Biblical Hermeneutics in Titus Andronicus.” Shakespeare Association of America.  April 5, 2012


English Department Classes

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