Cultural & Creative Studies, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Julie Sutherland (M.A. Durham, Ph.D. Durham) is Academic Coordinator (Shakespeare) at Athabasca University and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Letters and Literature at Cape Breton University. Her research and teaching interests include Shakespeare and Non-Shakespearean Renaissance Drama as well as Seventeenth-Century English Poetry. Among her publications are articles on dramatic and non-dramatic literature in Early Modern England, a monograph on representations of women in Jacobean and Caroline drama, and an edited collection (with C.H.L. George) on the creation and propagation of heroism and villainy in Early Modern Europe. She is also the contributing editor to Broadview Press’s new edition of Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice (2014). She has received Honourable Mention at Durham University and the Ian Fairclough Teaching Prize at the University of British Columbia for her lecturing in a variety of English Renaissance courses. More information about Julie Sutherland can be found at http://www.juliesutherland.ca/.