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Phyllis Rackin

Professor of English Emerita

Curriculum Vitae
Fisher-Bennett Hall 113
215-898-5145

Phyllis Rackin (Ph.D., University of Illinois, English, 1962) is Professor of English Emerita. She is a past President of the Shakespeare Association of America and the author of numerous articles on Shakespeare and literary theory and of four books, Shakespeare's Tragedies, Stages of History: Shakespeare's English Chronicles, Shakespeare and Women, and, with Jean E. Howard, of Engendering a Nation: A Feminist Account of Shakespeare's English Histories. A recipient of the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching, she has been associated with the BFS program for over thirty years.

Publications

Courses Taught

fall 2015

ENGL 326.301 Intro to Shakespeare

fall 2014

fall 2013

spring 2010

spring 2008

spring 2007

spring 2005

spring 2002

ENGL 735.401 Shakespeare

fall 2001

fall 2000

ENGL 335.301 Intro to Shakespeare

spring 2000

ENGL 335.301 Shakespeare in Context

spring 1999

ENGL 335.301 Shakespeare in Context

fall 1998

ENGL 335.301 Intro. to Shakespeare

spring 1998

fall 1997

ENGL 335.301 Shakespeare

spring 1997

ENGL 335.301 Intro to Shakespeare

spring 1996

ENGL 335.301 Shakespeare in Context

fall 1995

spring 1995

fall 1979

ENGL 011.001 Shakespeare Tragedies