Jeffrey R. Wilson
Preceptor in Expository Writing
- Region: England; United States
- Time: 16th Century; 17th Century
Theme: British Literature; Cultural History; Intellectual History; Renaissance; Shakespeare; Social History
Jeffrey R. Wilson is a faculty member in the Writing Program at Harvard University, where he teaches the Why Shakespeare? section of the University's first-year writing course. His first book, Shakespeare and Trump, will appear in April 2020 from Temple University Press. Focused on intersections of Renaissance literature and modern sociology, his work has appeared in academic journals such as Modern Language Quarterly, Genre, College Literature, Shakespeare, Mediaeval and Renaissance Drama in England, Law and the Humanities, Disability Studies Quarterly, Early Modern Literary Studies, Literary Imagination, and Crime, Media, Culture. His work has also been featured in public venues such as National Public Radio, The Chronicle of Higher Education, MLA's Profession, New York Daily News, MarketWatch, Literary Hub, Academe, Public Seminar, The Smart Set, The Spectator USA, CounterPunch, and Shakespeare and Contemporary Theory. He holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of California, Irvine. On Twitter @DrJeffreyWilson.