Emma Atwood


Emma Katherine Atwood is an assistant professor of English at the University of Montevallo, focusing on Renaissance and early modern British studies. At the time of her essay on Arundel House, Emma was a doctoral candidate at Boston College. Her dissertation is titled Domestic Architecture on the English Renaissance Stage. Emma’s articles and reviews have appeared in The Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Comparative Drama, Early Theatre, Shakespeare Bulletin, and This Rough Magic. Emma has presented her work for the Northeast Modern Language Association, the Massachusetts Center for Renaissance Studies, the International Marlowe Society Conference, and the Association for Theater in Higher Education, among others. Her research has been funded in part by Alpha Lambda Delta. In 2013, Emma was recognized with a Carter Manny Citation of Special Recognition from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, an award that recognizes interdisciplinary dissertations in architecture.

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