Curtis Breight

  • Associate Professor

Curtis Breight teaches courses on Renaissance culture and Shakespeare on film. His research focuses on Disability Studies and Mad Studies approaches to William Shakespeare’s character of Richard III.

Research and Publications

He has published articles in journals such as Critical QuarterlyRenaissance Quarterly, and Shakespeare Quarterly. He has written a book entitled Surveillance, Militarism, and Drama in the Elizabethan Era, and he is now working on a project about Shakespeare and Cinema.

Service and Other Duties

  • Member, Personnel Committee
  • Member, Literature Committee

Research Interests

Shakespeare, English Renaissance literature