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Skidmore College
English Department

BozioAndrew Bozio

Associate Professor

B.A., University of Kentucky
M.A. and Ph.D., University of Michigan

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

Curriculum Vitae

Teaching and Research Interests

  • Early Modern English Literature and Culture
  • Literary and Cultural Theory





  • Genevieve Love, Early Modern Theatre and the Figure of Disability (London: Bloomsbury, 2018), Shakespeare Quarterly (forthcoming) 
  • Jonathan Walker, Site Unscene: The Offstage in English Renaissance Drama (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2017), Theatre Survey 60.2 (May 2019): 293-295
  • Susan Harlan, Memories of War in Early Modern England: Armor and Militant Nostalgia in Marlowe, Sidney, and Shakespeare (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), Early Modern Culture 13 (2018)
  • Embodied Cognition and Shakespeare's Theatre: The Early Modern Body-Mind, eds. Laurie Johnson, John Sutton, and Evelyn Tribble (New York: Routledge, 2014) and Affective Performance and Cognitive Science: Body, Brian and Being, ed. Nicola Shaughnessy (New York: Bloomsbury, 2013), Theatre Survey 57.1 (January 2016), 132-135

Other Publications:

Selected Honors and Awards

  • W.M. Keck Foundation Short-Term Fellowship, Henry E. Huntington Library, 2020-2021
  • Mellon Summer Institute in English Paleography, Folger Shakespeare Library, 2019
  • Faculty Development Grant, Skidmore College, 2017 and 2018
  • Faculty Research Initiative Grant, Skidmore College, 2015
  • Honorable Mention, ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award, 2014

Courses Taught

  • EN 105: The Color of Justice
  • EN 110: Introduction to Literary Studies
  • EN 210: Literary and Cultural Theory
  • EN 225: Introduction to Shakespeare
  • EN 229W: Shakespeare’s Contemporaries
  • EN 229W: Ovid and the English Renaissance
  • EN 229W: Racial Capitalism and the Early Modern English Stage
  • EN 343R: Elizabethan & Jacobean Drama
  • EN 361: Theories of Literary Criticism
  • EN 362P: Shakespeare and Embodiment
  • EN 362R: The Transatlantic Renaissance, 1500-1700
  • EN 364P: The Uses of Literature
  • EN 375: Marlowe and the Politics of Form
  • SSP 100: The Color of Justice
  • SSP 100: Shakespeare’s Ecologies