Ian MacInnes


Ian MacInnes (B.A. Swarthmore College, Ph.D. University of Virginia) is the director of pedagogical partnerships (US) for MoEML. He is Professor of English at Albion College, Michigan, where he teaches Elizabethan literature, Shakespeare, and Milton. His scholarship focuses on representations of animals and the environment in Renaissance literature, particularly in Shakespeare. He has published essays on topics such as horse breeding and geohumoralism in Henry V and on invertebrate bodies in Hamlet. He is particularly interested in teaching methods that rely on students’ curiosity and sense of play.

Roles played in the project

  • Guest Editor
  • Transcriber