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Ms Cherrie Gottsleben

PhD Research


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Member of the Department of English Studies  

Biography

Current Research:

My study includes debates on teleology in Shakespeare involving rival concepts of political history, along with Shakespeare’s reception of classical philosophy, Senecan Tragedy and Medieval Romance.

Publications:

‘Maestro Muti’s Shakespeare’. Review of Tchaikovsky’s ‘The Tempest’, Op. 18 and Mahler’s Symphony No. 4 in G Major, directed by Riccardo Muti (Chicago Symphony Orchestra), 24 April 2016. Appearing in Shakespeare 400 Chicago: Reflections on a City’s Celebration of Shakespeare, 2017, 138-140. 

‘Paterson Joseph’s Sancho: A Life (Re)membered’. Review of Pemberley Productions’ & Oxford Playhouse’s Sancho: An Act of Remembrance, 21 February 2016. Appearing in Shakespeare 400 Chicago: Reflections on a City’s Celebration of Shakespeare, 2017, 51-53. 

Victoria Mondelli and Cherrie Gottsleben (Eds). The Greenwood Encyclopedia: Love Courtship, and Sexuality Through History: Volume 3, The Early Modern Period (London: Greenwood, 2007). 

‘Keeping Peace in Context: Milton’s Areopagitica as Ars Moriendi for an Immortal Nation’, in Milton, Rights and Liberties, ed. by Christophe Tournu and Neil Forsyth (Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang Publishers, 2007), pp.133-141.

Conference Presentations:

“Milton and the Politics of Self-Concernment.” International Milton Symposium. (Université de Strasbourg), Strasbourg, France (June, 2019).

Supervisors:

Dr Patrick Gray

Dr Daniel Blank

Professor Corinne Saunders

Research interests

  • Shakespeare
  • Early Modern Drama
  • Intellectual History
  • Classical Reception
  • Middle English Literature
  • Milton
  • Montaigne and the Self.

Esteem Indicators

  • 0000: : Andrew Mellon Fellowship in French Paleography (2018): ;Center for Renaissance Studies, Newberry, Chicago, Illinois.
  • 0000: : Conference Officer/Organiser: Medieval & Early Modern Student Association (MEMSA)