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Dr Andrew Duxfield BA, MA, PhD

Lecturer in English Literature (pre-1700) English


    Personal Statement

    I work on Renaissance literature, with a particular interest in the drama of Christopher Marlowe. My first book, _Christopher Marlowe and the Failure to Unify_, was published in 2015, and I have published widely on Marlowe elsewhere. I'm also interested in editing and textual theory, and am beginning a new project on the island space in the Renaissance literary imagination. I teach on a range of Renaissance-focused modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

    My academic support and feedback hours are Wednesday 10–11am (online or in person if by appointment) and Thursday 2–3pm (online only).

    Prizes or Honours

    • Calvin and G. Rose Hoffman Prize for Distinguished Publication on Christopher Marlowe (The Marlowe Society, 2009)