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Associate Professore firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD, English Literature, Tufts University, 2001
MA, English Literature, Tufts University, 1997
BA, English and American Literature, Program in Medieval Studies, Brandeis University, 1996
Dr. Segall's teaching interests include sixteenth and seventeenth-century British drama and poetry, Old and Middle English language and literature, classical mythology, fantasy and science fiction, and the fiction of Vladimir Nabokov. His current scholarly research focuses on metatextuality in English Renaissance lyric and tragicomedy, especially in Spenser's poetry and in Shakespeare's late plays and apocrypha. Prior to joining Regis College in 2007, Dr. Segall lectured at Suffolk County Community College, University of Texas - Pan American, Bunker Hill Community College, and Tufts University. He also currently lectures for Northeastern University.
Academic Awards and Distinctions
Regis Faculty Development Grant 2009-2010; 2010-2011, awarded June 2009 and June 2010
Kaneb Research Grant 2008-2009, awarded June 2008
Dissertation Fellowship Award, Tufts University, October 2000
"Names and Real Names in Colin Clouts Come Home Againe: A Response to Maurice Hunt." Connotations 23.2 (Summer 2014) In Press.
"The Precarious Poet in Colin Clouts Come Home Againe." Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 53:1 (Winter 2013): 29-56.
"Gower and the Incestuous Father: The Intimate Author in Pericles." Explorations in Renaissance Culture 34.2 (Winter 2008): 248-268.
"Skeltonic Anxiety and Rumination in The Shepheardes Calender." Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 47:1 (Winter 2007): 29-56.
"Productive Paralysis and Female Nudity in The Faerie Queene." Explorations in Renaissance Culture 31.2 (Winter 2005): 305-339.
“Knolege, Aquayntance,” “Love That Doth Reign,” “The Lover Showeth How He Is Forsaken...” in Companion to Pre-1600 British Poetry. Ed. Michelle M. Sauer. New York: Facts on File, 2007.
Peachum, Henry. The Garden of Eloquence. On-line edition. The Perseus Project, 2001.
"Onions: Shakespeare Lexicon." On-line edition. The Perseus Project, 2000.
"Dyce: Shakespeare Lexicon." On-line edition. The Perseus Project, 2000.
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