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Dan Salerno


Assistant Professor
Office: L-330
Campus Extension: 5248
Email
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Degrees: Ph.D., Boston University (2014), M.A., Boston University (2004)  B.A., Rutgers (2002)

Year Started at BCC: 2012

Areas of Specialization:

Areas of Specialization:  Composition, Shakespeare, Renaissance and Medieval Literature, Religion and Literature

Courses Taught: Composition I and II, Shakespeare, English Literature I, World Literature I and II

Articles and Chapters:  

  • “’What then is Power?’: Elizabeth’s Boethius and the Renunciation of Tyranny” (In progress)
  • “Isabella’s Silence: Staging Asceticism in Measure for Measure.” Shakespeare in Performance. Ed. Eric  Brown and Estelle Rivier.  Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2014. 1-21
  • “I Will Have You Bend: Language and the Discourse of Power in Deadwood.”  Literary Imagination 12 (2010). 190-210.

Recent Conference Talks:

  • “The Roughest Berry on the Rudest Hedge: Asceticism and Masculine Identity in Henry V.” Renaissance Society of America Conference, Boston, MA. 2016.
  • “Chaucer Reformed: Protestant Chastity and Catholic Celibacy in The Two Noble Kinsmen.” Renaissance Society of America Conference, Berlin, Germany. 2015.
  • “High School/Community College Collaboration in Composition Pedagogy,” Panel Chair, TYCA-NE Conference, Morristown, NJ 2013.
  • “Shakespeare and Pedagogy: A Roundtable Discussion” Participant in session at the Shakespeare in Performance International Conference, Farmington, ME, May 2012.