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Terri Bourus

Terri Bourus


Terri Bourus, Professor of English Drama at IUPUI, is a multiple-prize-winning teacher and equity actor. Her monograph,Young Shakespeare's Young Hamlet: Print, Piracy, and Performance(Palgrave 2014) is an exciting new look at the print and performance history of Q1Hamlet. Bourus is the third general editor of The New Oxford Shakespeare and she directs the Indianapolis team in the IU School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI, which provides offices, administrative, and computing support for her and for the NOS editorial staff. Bourus is the Founding Director of Hoosier Bard Productions, the theatrical arm of the NOS; she has directed "Young Hamlet", "The History of Cardenio", "Measure for Measure" (in two versions), and most recently, "Arden of Fevershame". Dr. Bourus has also edited multi-media textbooks of Hamlet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream and digital editions of six early plays by Shakespeare’s contemporaries. She is on the performance advisory editorial board for the new Digital Renaissance Editions, and is the author of several essays on performing Shakespeare’s plays, including, "Poner en escena The History of Cardenio", in her co-edited book, The Creation and Re-Creation of 'Cardenio': Performing Shakespeare, Transforming Cervantes (Palgrave 2013), and her essay "‘May I be metamorphosed’: Cardenio in Stages" in The Quest for Cardenio (Oxford University Press 2012). Her most recent essay, "Counterfeiting Faith: Middleton's Theatrical Reformation of Measure for Measure," appears in the collection, Stages of Engagement: Drama and Religion in Post-Reformation England (Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press, 2014).



Rory Loughnane

Rory Loughnane


Rory Loughnane is Assistant Research Professor in the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts and Associate Editor of the New Oxford Shakespeare project at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. He has previously worked at Trinity College Dublin, where he held an IRCHSS Postdoctoral Fellowship, and Syracuse University, where he was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Early Modern Literature. He is the editor of Late Shakespeare, 1608-1613 (Cambridge University Press, 2012) with Andrew J. Power, Celtic Shakespeare: The Bard and the Borderers (Ashgate, 2013) with Willy Maley, Staged Transgression in Shakespeare's England (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013) with Edel Semple, and The Yearbook of English Studies for (MHRA, 2014) with Andrew J. Power and Peter Sillitoe. He is a contributing author to The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England, the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean Tragedy, the revised second edition of A Feminist Companion to Shakespeare, and the forthcoming Shakespeare and Memory. His current book projects include The Memory Arts in Renaissance England: A Critical Anthology (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming) with William E. Engel and Grant Williams, Early Shakespeare with Andrew J. Power, Staged Normalcy in Shakespeare's England with Edel Semple, and a new monograph entitled Middleton Reading Shakespeare. For the Companion to the New Oxford Shakespeare he is co-authoring, with Gary Taylor, a new essay about the 'Canon and Chronology' of Shakespeare's works.



Anna Pruitt

Anna Pruitt


Anna Pruitt is an Assistant Research Professor in the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts and an Associate Editor for the New Oxford Shakespeare Project. She was an Mellon Fellow in Early Modern Studies at UC Davis where she completed her dissertation titled "Shadow Patriarchs: Rogues, Witches, and Bawds on the Jacobean Stage," and served as a co-editor of Thomas Dekker’s The Whore of Babylon (forthcoming from Digital Renaissance Editions).


Anna also held a year-long internship at the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, where she worked with the marketing, production, arts education, and development departments to increase student attendance and involvement.