Jennifer Drouin

Jennifer Drouin is a MoEML Pedagogical Partner. She is Assistant Professor of English in the Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance Studies at the University of Alabama. Her monograph, Shakespeare in Québec: Nation, Gender, and Adaptation, was published by University of Toronto Press in 2014. She has also published essays in Theatre Research in Canada, Borrowers and Lenders, Shakespeare Re-Dressed, Native Shakespeares, Queer Renaissance Historiography, Shakespeare on Screen: Macbeth, Shakespeare on Screen: Othello, and on the Canadian Adaptations of Shakespeare Project site. Her previous digital humanities work includes the SSHRC-MCRI-funded Making Publics project website. In collaboration with the Internet Shakespeare Editions, she is currently working on a bilingual critical anthology and database called Shakespeare au/in Québec (SQ), which aims to produce TEI critical editions of 35 Québécois adaptations of Shakespeare written since the Quiet Revolution.

Roles played in the project

  • Guest Editor