Dr. Zackariah Long
Office: Sturges 211
Renaissance literature and culture; early modern drama; Shakespeare studies; Milton studies; psychological approaches to literature; trauma theory
M.A., Ph.D., University of Virginia
Zackariah Long received his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia in 2006. Before coming to Ohio Wesleyan, he served as a visiting instructor at Macalester College, an assistant professor at Sweet Briar College, and a visiting assistant professor at the Curry School of Education of the University of Virginia. A specialist in English Renaissance literature, Professor Long has published essays on Shakespeare, Renaissance drama, and early modern reception studies. His current book project, “The Uncollected Self: Memory in Crisis on the Renaissance Stage,” is a study of memory disorders in Renaissance drama.
ENG 105: Freshman Writing Seminar
"Infernal Memory in English Renaissance Revenge Tragedy: The Spanish Tragedy and Hamlet." English Literary Renaissance. (Forthcoming 2014)
"Toward an Early Modern Theory of Trauma: Conscience and Richard III." Journal of Literature and Trauma Studies 1:1 (2012): 49-72.
“‘Uncollected Man’: Trauma and the Early Modern Mind-Body in The Maid’s Tragedy.” Staging Pain, 1580-1800: Violence and Trauma in British Theatre Eds. James Allard and Matthew Martin. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2009. 31-46.
“‘Unless You Could Teach Me to Forget’: Spectatorship, Self-Forgetting, and Subversion in Antitheatrical Literature and As You Like It.” Forgetting in Early Modern English Literature and Culture: Lethe’s Legacies. Eds. Christopher Ivic and Grant Williams. New York: Routledge, 2004. 151-164.
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