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About Andrew Bozio

I specialize in early modern English drama and critical theory. I am completing a book entitled Ecological Thinking in Early Modern English Drama, which traces the way that characters think through and about their surroundings on the early modern stage. As these figures struggle to orient themselves within unfamiliar or otherwise strange locations, they make visible the often invisible and unconscious means by which embodied subjects acquire a sense of their surroundings. Placing these moments in dialogue with the philosophical history of space and place, I argue that drama functioned as a form of ecological thinking, that is, a way of reimagining what it meant to exist within place in the early modern period. My work has appeared in SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, Studies in Philology, and Theatre Survey.


Present Assistant Professor, Skidmore College
Faculty Member, Skidmore College Department of English

Curriculum Vitae

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Honors and Awards

  • Faculty Research Initiative Grant (2015)
  • CLTL Course Development Stipend (2015)


  • EN 375: Marlowe and the Politics of Form
  • SSP 100: Shakespeare's Ecologies
  • EN 110: Introduction to Literary Studies
  • EN 210: Literary and Cultural Theory
  • EN 225: Introduction to Shakespeare
  • EN 343R: Elizabethan & Jacobean Drama
  • EN 361: Theories of Literary Criticism
  • EN 362P: Shakespeare and Embodiment


2013 Ph.D, University of Michigan
2009 M.A., University of Michigan
2006 B.A., University of Kentucky

Contact Information

Office: Palamountain 317
Phone: (518) 580-5158