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College of Arts & Sciences
Department of English Language and Literature


Faculty and Staff Directory

Nina Levine

Professor and Chair
Department of English Language and Literature

Phone Number: (803) 777-7120
Email: levinen@mailbox.sc.edu
Office: HUO 109

Education 

PhD, Tulane University, 1991

Areas of Specialization 

Early modern literature and culture
Shakespeare

Recently Taught Courses 

ENGL 288    Survey of British Literature I
ENGL 405    Shakespeare's Tragedies
ENGL 406    Shakespeare's Comedies and Histories
ENGL 490    Shakespeare the Movie
ENGL 711    Shakespeare I: Comedies and Histories
ENGL 712    Shakespeare I: Tragedies

Professional Accolades 

   Research Professor, Department of English (2008)
   Folger Short Term Research Fellow (1998-99)
   Michael Mungo Teaching Award (1999)
   Department of English Excellence in Teaching Award (2013; 1998; 1993)
   Mortar Board Teaching Award (2001, 1993)
   • Ada B. Thomas Advising Award (2010)

Selected Publications 

BOOKS

   Practicing the City: Early Modern London on Stage (Fordham University Press, 2016)
   Richard III: The Evans Shakespeare Series, editor (Boston: Wadsworth/Cengage, 2011) More info.
   A Touch More Rare: Harry Berger, Jr. and the Arts of Interpretation, co-edited with David Lee Miller (Fordham, 2009). More info.
   Women's Matters: Politics, Gender, and Nation in Shakespeare's Early History Plays. (Delaware, 1998).

ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
   "The State of the Art: Current Critical Research," in Richard III: A Critical Guide, ed. Annaliese Connolly (Continuum Renaissance Drama, 2013).
   "2 Henry VI: A Modern Perspective," in 2 Henry VI: The New Folger Shakespeare Library, ed. Barbara A. Mowat and Paul Werstine (Washington Square Press, 2008), 271-84.
   "Citizens' Games: Differentiating Collaboration and Sir Thomas More," Shakespeare Quarterly 58 (Spring 2007): 31-64.
   "Extending Credit in the Henry IV Plays." Shakespeare Quarterly 51 (Winter 2000): 403-31. Reprinted in Shakespearean Criticism, vol. 90 (2006).
   "Lawful Symmetry: The Politics of Treason in 2 Henry VI." Renaissance Drama n.s. 25 (1994): 197-218.
   "The Case of Eleanor Cobham: Authorizing History in 2 Henry VI." Shakespeare Studies 22 (1994): 104-121.
   "'Accursed womb, the bed of death': Women and the Succession in Richard III." Renaissance Papers (1992): 17-27.