Brett Gamboa

Assistant Professor of English

214 Sanborn
HB 6032
Department:
English
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Education:
A.B. University of California, Berkeley
M.A. Harvard University
Ph.D. Harvard University

Selected Publications

‘‘Dwelling in doubtful joy’: Macbeth and the Aesthetics of Disappointment," Macbeth: Arden Critical Currents , ed. Ann Thompson (London: Methuen), forthcoming 2014

"'Is't real that I see': Staged Realism and the Paradox of Shakespeare's Audience," Shakespeare Bulletin, 31.4, Winter 2013. 

“Mirrors and Monarchs: Suggestive Presences and Shakespeare’s Cast Size,” in Shakespeare Embodied: Page, Stage, and Classroom in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries, ed. Kathryn Moncrief, Kate McPherson and Sarah Enloe (New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press), 2013.

“Letting Unpleasantness Lie: Counter-intuition and Character in The Merchant of Venice ,” in Shakespeare’s Sense of Character – On the Page and From the Stage , ed. Yu Jin Ko and Michael Shurgot, (Aldershot: Ashgate), 2012.

“Having it Both Ways in Juliet’s ‘Gallop apace’ Speech” in Shakespeare Up Close, ed. Russ McDonald, Nicholas Nace and Travis Williams, (London: Methuen), 2012.

Works in Progress

Shakespeare in 3D: The Depth, Dimensionality and Doubling of Shakespeares Actors