Robert Logan

A graduate of Williams College (B.A.) and Harvard University (M.A., PhD), Robert A. Logan specializes in Renaissance literature, 1550-1660.  In addition to teaching, he also acted as Chairman of the English department for ten years.  In 1998, he was appointed Director of the University’s Humanities Center and from 2000-2004 held the office of President of The Marlowe Society of America.  Professor Logan regularly makes presentations on Marlowe and Shakespeare at conferences and gives lectures on Renaissance drama and poetry.  He has written articles and book chapters on Marlowe and Shakespeare, served as guest editor, published several reviews, and, in 2002, co-edited with Sara Munson Deats a collection of essays on Marlowe entitled Marlowe’s Empery:  Expanding His Critical Contexts.  Recently, he completed another collection of essays with Professor Deats, Placing the Plays of Christopher Marlowe:  Fresh Cultural Contexts, to be published by Ashgate Press.  In January, 2007, he published a critical work entitled Shakespeare’s Marlowe:  The Influence of Christopher Marlowe on Shakespeare’s Artistry.

Robert Logan

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