Alexandra Halasz

Associate Professor of English

My fields of specialization are early modern English literature and the history of media and the book. I teach core courses in 16th-century English literature, English drama to 1642, Shakespeare, and Old and New Media I teach special topics courses in the history of the book and on Renaissance topics. I'm also actively involved with the Book Arts Workshop studios in Baker Library.

603-646-2391
211 Sanborn
HB 6032
Department:
English
Education:
B.A. Reed College
M.A. Johns Hopkins University
Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University

Selected Publications

The Marketplace of Print: Pamphlets and the Public Sphere in Early Modern England; (1997, Reissued 2006).

“The Stationers’ Shakespeare” in Shakespeare’s Stationers: New Essays in Cultural Bibliography ed. Marta Straznicky (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012), 35-58

“Pamphlet Surplus: John Taylor and Subscription Publication,” in Print, Manuscript, and Performance: The Changing Relations of the Media in Early Modern England , A Marotti and M Bristol (eds.), (2000).

“So Beloved that Men Use His Picture for Their Signs’: Richard Tarlton and the Uses of Sixteenth-Century Celebrity,” Shakespeare Studies , 23 (1995) 19-38.

"Wyatt's David," Texas Studies in Literature and Language 30 (1988): 320-344. Reprinted in Rethinking the Henrician Era, ed. Peter Herman (University of Illinois Press,1993).

“Thomas Deloney,” Oxford Encyclopedia of British Literature , (2006).

“Thomas Lodge,” New Dictionary of National Biography , C Matthews (ed.), (2004).