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Dana Van Kooy

Dana Van Kooy is Associate Professor of Transnational Literature, Literary Theory and Culture and the Director of the English Program within the Humanities department at Michigan Technological University. Her publications include Shelley’s Radical Stages: Performance and Cultural Memory in the Post-Napoleonic Era (Routledge, 2016) and articles, which have been published in Modern Drama, Theatre Journal, Romanticism, and a forthcoming essay in Studies in Romanticism. She has also written articles about Percy Shelley’s Hellas and nineteenth-century tragedy for edited collections.


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Post: Teaching Romanticism XXIX: Drama, part 5

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Post: Teaching Romanticism XXVII: Drama, part 3

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Post: Teaching Romanticism XXVI: Drama, part 2

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Post: Teaching Romanticism XXV: Drama, part 1

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