July 2, 2022

Mathur Publishes Article on Late-Sixteenth-Century Play

Maya Mathur, associate professor of English, recently published an article entitled “Rebellion from Below: Commonwealth and Community in The Life and Death of Jack Straw.” The article appeared in Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 45.2 (May 2015): 343-365.

Mathur Presents at Shakespeare Association of America Conference

Maya Mathur, Associate Professor of English, presented the paper “‘And woe is me that any man should want’: Playing the Good Host(ess) in Arden of Faversham“on April 10 at the annual conference of the Shakespeare Association of America in St. Louis, Mo. She also attended the conference “Shakespeare and the Problem of Biography” at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C. April 3-5.

Mathur Presents on Shakespeare at Sixteenth-Century Conference

Maya Mathur, associate professor of English, recently presented the paper “Romans as Cheap as Volscians: Citizens and Servingmen in Coriolanus” at the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, which met in San Juan, Puerto Rico on October 24-27.