Junior Fellow, Harvard Society of Fellows
- Region: Britain; Europe
- Time: 16th Century; 17th Century
Theme: British Literature; History of the Book; History of Theater; Intellectual History; Shakespeare; Early Modern Drama
Daniel Blank is a Junior Fellow in the Harvard Society of Fellows, where his main research interests include Shakespeare, early modern drama, and theater history. His first book focuses on theatrical performances at Oxford and Cambridge in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, with an emphasis on the understudied relationship between university drama and the Shakespearean stage. His articles have been published in The Review of English Studies, Renaissance Quarterly, Renaissance Studies, and The Bodleian Library Record. He has also written for the Los Angeles Review of Books, the Folger Library’s Shakespeare & Beyond Blog, OUPblog, and Harvard Magazine. He received his PhD in English from Princeton University and his master’s degree from the University of Oxford.