Professor Alison Findlay


Current Teaching

Alison Findlay is Professor of Renaissance Drama and Director of the Shakespeare Programme in the Department of English and Creative Writing. She specialises in sixteenth and seventeenth century drama and early modern women's writing.

At Undergraduate level she supervises final year dissertations and teaches on the Part II Shakespeare and Renaissance and Restoration courses and half units on gender and performance. She lectures on the Part I Introduction to English Literature course.

Alison has supervised postgraduate work at MA, MPhil and PhD level son Shakespeare, Renaissance drama, and early modern women's writing. She would be pleased to discuss proposals for research topics in any of these areasand can be contacted at the Department of English.

IAA - AHRC Impact Acceleration Account
01/04/2022 → 31/03/2026

Dramatizing Penshurst: "Love's Victory" and the Sidneys
01/08/2018 → 31/12/2018

Encyclopaedia of Shakespeare's Language
01/05/2016 → 31/10/2019

Corpus Research in Early Modern English
01/10/2011 → …

Gender in Cultural Practice
01/10/2005 → …

Film of 2022 Coterie Performance of Love's Victory at Penshurst Place
Types of Public engagement and outreach - Festival/Exhibition

Encyclopedia of Shakespeare’s Language Symposium
Oral presentation

  • Digital Humanities
  • Literature and Religion
  • Literature, Space and Place
  • Literature, the Arts, Media and Performance
  • Shakespeare Programme