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Sid Ray


Associate Chair

English - NYC

Location
  • @New York City
    41 Park Row 1525
Office Hours
New York City

Biography


Sid graduated with a BA from Wesleyan University and an MA and PhD from the University of Rochester. She is the author of two books on Shakespeare and his contemporaries and the co-editor of two others.

Education


BA , Wesleyan University

MA , University of Rochester

PhD , University of Rochester

Awards and Honors

  • Pace University, May 2016 - Kenyan Award for Excellence in Teaching

Publications


Ray, G. E. Shticky Shakespeare: Exploring Action as Eloquence. Kathryn McPherson and Kathryn Moncrief (Eds.), Shakespeare Expressed: Page, Stage, and Classroom. New Jersey, US: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

Ray, G. E. & Loomis, C. (2015, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Shaping Shakespeare for Performance: The Bear Stage. Madison, New Jersey, US: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

Ray, G. E. (2012, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 30). Mother Queens and Princely Sons: Rogue Madonnas in the Age of Shakespeare. New York, NY: Palgrave/Macmillan. , pages 195. http://www.palgrave.com

PRESENTATIONS


Ray, G. E. Shakespeare Association of America. "Pedagogies of Laughter in The Merry Wives of Windsor". SAA, Toronto, CA

Ray, G. E. Shakespeare Set Free . "'Suit the Action to the Word': Shakespearean Stage Business. Folger Shakespeare Library/English Speaking Union, New York, NY

Ray, G. E. (2015, October 28). Eighth Blackfriars Conference. Staging Epilepsy in Othello. American Shakespeare Center, Staunton, Virginia

Ray, G. E. (2014, October). Roundtable on Globe King Lear Performance. Performing King Lear. Globe/NYU, Skirball Theater, NYU

Ray, S. (2014, July). Shakespeare Intensive. “Romeo and Juliet, or Losing My Religion". English Speaking Union/Folger Shakespeare Library, New York City

Ray, S. (2014, April). Women's Initiative/Shakespeare's 450 birthday lecture. "Defending Lady Macbeth". Schnader, Harrison, Segal, and Lewis Law Firm, New York City

Ray, G. E. (2013, October). Biannual Blackfriars Conference. “'To make the unskillful laugh': A Rhetoric of Belches in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night". American Shakespeare Center, Virginia

RESEARCH INTEREST


Shakespeare and Early Modern Drama, Early Modern Women Writers, Representations of the Medieval and Renaissance on Film, Shakespeare in Performance

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