Eric Brown, Associate Professor of English (PhD, Louisiana State University), teaches courses in British literature, including Shakespeare. He has been a visiting professor at Harvard University and the Université du Maine (Le Mans), and spent a year as a Fulbright scholar at the University of Bergen, Norway. His publications include essays on Shakespeare, Milton, Spenser, Sidney, and Marlowe, and his research interests range from film to the natural sciences. He is editor of the book Insect Poetics, an interdisciplinary collection that theorizes insects in a variety of texts and contexts. Among his current projects are a book on cinematic adaptations of Paradise Lost.
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