Sandra Bell

Professor

PhD

Humanities and Languages

Hazen Hall 102

Saint John

sbell@unb.ca
1 506 648 5601



Sandra Bell is a Professor in the discipline of English at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John and joined the faculty in 2000.

Sandra teaches lower level courses, along with upper level courses in sixteenth and seventeenth century literature, specific drama courses (Script into Performance, Beckett), and special Shakespeare courses (Shakespeare and Pedagogy). She has taken students to London as part of UNB’s Travel Study program three times. A number of her courses connect students with the local theatre and teaching communities to provide practical learning experiences.

Sandra received the Allan P. Stuart Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2006, was a University Teaching Scholar (2009-12), and received both the Neil Scott Instructional Leadership Award and the Change One Thing Award in 2016.

Sandra has presented and published on the writings of James VI of Scotland, I of England, and his mother, Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots. She is one of three editors of an anthology of sixteenth century prose and verse, published by Broadview Press (2012). Sandra also has presented papers and given workshops on Shakespeare and on pedagogy.

Sandra is also active in theatre in the Saint John community; she is on the Board of the Saint John Theatre Company, and has written, directed, and acted in plays. She also helped establish the Fundy FRINGE Festival in 2013.