BA (Toronto), MA (Birmingham), DPhil (Oxford)
My research interests are Shakespeare and early modern drama and culture, ecology and environmentalism, adaptation and performance, and textual studies. My most recent book is Shakespeare and Ecology (Oxford University Press, 2015). Before that I wrote Women, Murder, and Equity in Early Modern England, a book about the effects of seventeenth-century crime journalism on the trials of accused women murderers (Routledge, 2007; SSHRC funded). I have also edited Henry VI Part Three for the Oxford Shakespeare (2001; SSHRC funded) and Every Man Out of His Humour for the Cambridge Complete Works of Ben Jonson (CUP, 2011), and I am co-editing Antony and Cleopatra for the Internet Shakespeare Editions (firstname.lastname@example.org) with Jonathon Macfarlane. I have also co-edited Shakespeare/Adaptation/Modern Drama: Essays in Honour of Jill L. Levenson (University of Toronto Press, 2011) with Katherine Scheil. At the moment I am working on a SSHRC-supported book about Shakespeare’s dramatic and cultural relationships with St Paul, and researching a project on Shakespeare and Darwin.
You can access Randall Martin’s CV (PDF format).
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