Mark Hutchings Teaching and Convening

I convene and teach on the following modules:

  • Renaissance Drama (Part 2)
  • Editing the Renaissance (Part 3)
  • Literature and the Railway (Part 3)
  • Identity and Otherness in the Early Modern Period (MA)

Editing the Renaissance is a team-taught final-year course I devised several years ago, and is designed to introduce students to the complexity of early modern texts and the challenges facing editors today. Thus it tends to appeal to students fascinated by this period and/or interested in pursuing a career in publishing. Students select a short text or texts available on the online digital resource Early English Books Online (EEBO), for example ballads, broadsides, pamphlets, poetry, letters, and prepare a modern edition which conforms to editorial conventions and includes a full textual and critical apparatus.

I also contribute seminars or lectures to the following modules:

  • Researching the English Essay (Part 1)
  • Critical Issues (Part 2)
  • Modern Drama (Part 2)
  • Shakespeare (Part 2)
  • Renaissance Texts and Cultures (Part 2)
  • Materiality and Textuality (MA)

I contribute to the department's MA provision and PhD supervision in the early modern period, particularly in the areas of drama and the representation of peoples and places beyond England's shores. I also teach on the MA in Advanced English Studies: Languages and Culture in Contact (convened by Valladolid and Salamanca universities) in Spain.



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