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Dr Andrew Duxfield BA, MA, PhD

Senior Lecturer in English Literature English


    Personal Statement

    I work on Renaissance literature, with a particular interest in the drama of Christopher Marlowe, and in the representation of 'islandness' and island spaces. My first book, _Christopher Marlowe and the Failure to Unify_, was published in 2015, I have published widely on Marlowe elsewhere, and I co-edit, with Lisa Hopkins, The Journal of Marlowe Studies. I'm also interested in scholarly editing and textual theory. I teach on a range of Renaissance-focused modules at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

    My support and feedback hours for semester 2 of 2023–24 are Mondays, 3–4pm (over Teams) and Wednesdays 10–11am (on campus or over Teams).

    Prizes or Honours

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