Marie A. Plasse, Merrimack College

Professor North Andover, Massachusetts PlasseM@merrimack.edu Office: (978) 837-5000

Bio/Research

Marie A. Plasse Professor English Ph.D., specializes in Shakespearean and Renaissance drama and teaches courses that emphasize the interaction between the literary and theatrical dimensions of drama. Her scholarly work focuses on the ways in which the human body makes meaning in Shakespeare’s pla...

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Bio/Research

Marie A. Plasse Professor English Ph.D., specializes in Shakespearean and Renaissance drama and teaches courses that emphasize the interaction between the literary and theatrical dimensions of drama. Her scholarly work focuses on the ways in which the human body makes meaning in Shakespeare’s plays. Her publications include articles on Shakespeare, Shakespeare pedagogy, and theatricality in contemporary popular culture. In addition to her ongoing work on Shakespeare, Dr. Plasse has recently presented conference papers in the area of Italian American Studies and developed a new course on Italian American Women Writers. She has also published on Italian American women writers in VIA: Voices in Italian Americana. Dr. Plasse has been involved in the development of Merrimack’s Women’s and Gender Studies program since its inception and regularly teaches courses cross-listed in that program.

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