Marina Favila


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Marina Favila  

Office: Keezell 417
Phone: 540-568-3761
Office Hours:

Courses: Spring 2016
Eng 222: Genre(s): Introduction to Poetry (sections 0001-0003)
Eng 222: Genre(s): Shakespeare and the Actor (with Julie Sorge Way)

Researching English Renaissance Drama and Psychoanalytic Theory

Ph.D., English, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Program in Psychoanalytic Studies
M.L.A., History of Ideas Program, Johns Hopkins University
Shakespeare Institute, Summer Program, University of Birmingham, England
B.A., English, University of Maryland, College Park

Professional Activities:
Faculty Advisor for Sigma Tau Delta, English Honor Society

Between Acts At James Madison University. I have founded this small organization
          of Theatre and English majors who perform scenes and monologues for
          English classes.

American Shakespeare Center’S Bring'em Back'em Alive Public Play Reading Series

Director, The Blackfriars Theatre, Staunton, Virginia
          Thomas Middleton’s The Changeling (Nov. 2003)
          Thomas Middleton’s The Witch (Oct. 2002)
          Nicholas Udall’s Ralph Roister Doister (June 2002)
          Shakespeare’s Henry VIII (Apr. 2002)
          Beaumont and Fletcher’s A King and No King (Feb. 2002)
          Lyly’s Galatea (Feb. 2001)

Film Consultations for JT Productions: Shanee Gabel’s A Love Song for Bobby
(2003), Nora Ephron’s Michael (1996), and Roman Polanski’s The

College English Association Second Vice President (2006/7), First Vice President
          (2006/8), President (2008/9)

JMU Teaching Grant for Course Development (with Giuliana Fazzion, Foreign
          Languages), General Education Program, 2004

JMU College of Arts and Letters Grant (with Giuliana Fazzion, Foreign Languages,
          and William Hawke, Philosophy) for Freedom: Humanity’s Unending
          Quest Conference, March 2005

Finalist for the Carl Harter Distinguished Teacher Award, 2000

JMU English Department Summer Scholarship Grant, 2000

Outstanding Educator, Alpha Phi Omega, National Service Fraternity, 2000

English Literary Renaissance best graduate student essay (1990 and 1992)

UMASS Dean’s Fellowship (1990) and Minority Fellowship (1994 and 1988)

Professor Favila has published on Shakespeare and film in Modern Philology,
          Upstart Crow, Hellas, Medieval and Renaissance Drama
, Texas Studies in
          Literature and Language, Spiritus,
and CEA Forum.

She has also published creative work in Wraparound South, Jersey Devil
Bethlehem Writers Roundtable, and (forthcoming) Harvardwood's Seven
          Deadly Sins 

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