Adrienne L. Eastwood, Ph.D.


Associate Professor
Department of English and Comparative Literature   
San Jose State University

Office: FOB 116
Hours: Mondays/Wednesdays by appointment
Telephone: 408-924-4509
Email: Adrienne.Eastwood@sjsu.edu

Research Interests: Early modern English literature and culture, including drama, formal poetry, ballads, and didactic prose (conduct manuals, sermons, and handbooks); Shakespeare;  early modern women authors; gender studies; Roman literature; literary theory; composition.

CV

Spring 2018 Courses:


ENGL 145: Shakespeare and Performance
ENGL 228: Genre Studies: Genre Play: The Uses of Form in Early Modern England

Other Courses Taught:
ENGL 1A - Composition
ENGL 1B - Composition
ENGL 10: Great Works
ENGL 22: Fantasy and Science Fiction
ENGL 50: Beginnings to the American Experiment
ENGL 56A: British Literature Survey
ENGL 78: Intro to Shakespeare

ENGL 100W: Writing Workshop
ENGL 143: Elizabethan Literature
ENGL 144 - Intro to Shakespeare
ENGL 146: Later English Renaissance
ENGL 152A: Early English Drama
ENGL 190: Honors Seminar
ENGL 201: Materials and Methods Seminar
ENGL 217: Elizabethan Literature Seminar
ENGL 224: Studies in Early Modern English Literature

ENGL 227: Seminar in Comedy
ENGL 225: Seminar in Shakespeare
ENGL 228: Genre Studies: Graduate Seminar in Comedy

Other useful links:
The Chaucer Website:
http://www.courses.fas.harvard.edu/~chaucer/ 
Open-source Shakespeare (searchable index):
http://www.opensourceshakespeare.org
Database of Early English Playbooks (DEEP):
http://deep.sas.upenn.edu/
Folger Shakespeare Library: http://www.folger.edu/
Radio Lab: http://www.radiolab.org
Twelfth Night, Directed by Kathleen Normington - Study Guide and Other Links

Last updated 24 January 2018
www.sjsu.edu/faculty/eastwood/