Mary Beth Rose

701 South Morgan, Lower Level
Stevenson Hall (MC 206)
Chicago, IL 60607
Phone: 312.996.7815
Fax: 312.996.2938
Email: mbrose@uic.edu
Curriculum Vitae

Professor
Renaissance literature, drama, gender studies


Mary Beth Rose has interests in English Renaissance drama and early modern gender studies. Her work focuses on social and historical aspects of English Renaissance culture and is particularly concerned with the ways in which cultural change (e.g., transformations in the early modern family) intersect with literary forms. She is the author of The Expense Of Spirit: Love And Sexuality In English Renaissance Drama (1988) and Gender And Heroism In Early Modern English Literature (2002). She is also editor of Women In The Middle Ages And The Renaissance: Literary And Historical Perspectives (1986) and co-editor of Elizabeth I: Collected Works (2000).

PUBLICATIONS

Gender and Heroism in Early Modern English Literature
By Mary Beth Rose
University Of Chicago Press
Published: January 1, 2002
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Elizabeth I: Collected Works
By Leah S. Marcus (Editor), Janel Mueller (Editor), Mary Beth Rose (Editor)
University Of Chicago Press
Published: May 1, 2002
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The Two Gentlemen of Verona (The Pelican Shakespeare)
By William Shakespeare (Author), A. R. Braunmuller (Editor), Stephen Orgel (Editor), Mary Beth Rose (Introduction)
Penguin Classics; New edition
Published: January 31, 2000
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