Dennis Britton

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Office: English, Hamilton Smith Hall Rm 349L, Durham, NH 03824
Dennis Britton

Education

  • Ph.D., English, University of Wisconsin
  • M.A., English, University of Wisconsin
  • B.A., University of Southern California

Research Interests

  • Drama
  • Epic poetry
  • Islam
  • Protestant Reformation
  • Race
  • Religion
  • Renaissance literature
  • Shakespeare
  • Theology

Courses Taught

  • ENGL 415: Literature and Religion
  • ENGL 419: Writing about Literature
  • ENGL 511: Tudors:Sex,Politics & Lit
  • ENGL 512: British Lit I Age of Heroes
  • ENGL 513: British Lit II Age of Rev
  • ENGL 657: Shakespeare
  • ENGL 758: Shakespeare
  • ENGL 787: Engl Major Seminar
  • ENGL 958: Sem/Study in Shakespeare
  • ENGL 964: Sem/Study in 16th Century Lit

Selected Publications

Britton, D. A., & Walter, M. (2017). Rethinking Shakespeare Source Study Audiences, Authors, and Digital Technologies. Routledge Studies in Shakespeare.

Britton, D. A. (2016). Black Legacies: Race and the European Middle Ages. CLA JOURNAL-COLLEGE LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION, 60(1), 156-159. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Britton, D. A. (2015). Recent Studies in English Renaissance Literature. English Literary Renaissance, 45(3), 459-478. doi:10.1111/1475-6757.12051

Britton, D. A. (2015). From the Knight’s Tale to The Two Noble Kinsmen: Rethinking race, class and whiteness in romance. postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies, 6(1), 64-78. doi:10.1057/pmed.2015.3

Britton, D. A. (2015). Recent Studies in English Renaissance Literature. English Literary Renaissance, 45(3), 459-478. doi:10.1111/1475-6757.12051/full

Britton, D. A. (2014). Becoming Christian. Fordham University Press. doi:10.5422/fordham/9780823257140.001.0001

Britton, D. A. (2011). Re-"turning" <i>Othello</i>: Transformative and Restorative Romance. ELH, 78(1), 27-50. doi:10.1353/elh.2011.0005

Britton, D. A. (2011). Allegory and Difference in Ralegh and De Bry: Reading and Seeing the Discoverie. Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 41(1), 117-136. doi:10.1215/10829636-2010-014

Most Cited Publications