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Mark Netzloff

Associate Professor & Department Chair
 (414) 229-6879
 Curtin Hall 427

Curriculum Vitae

Education:

PhD, University of Delaware

Research Areas:

Renaissance/Early Modern Studies:

  • Political writing (state formation, diplomacy, international law)
  • Literatures of colonialism, travel, and diaspora
  • Literary histories of class, labor, and capital

Teaching Areas:

Renaissance/Early Modern Literature
Shakespeare
Early Modern Drama
Political Theory

Current Research:

Extraterritorial Sovereignties: English State Agents in Early Modern Europe (book monograph)

Select Publications:

(for fuller list, please see CV)

Netzloff, Mark R., Farabee, Darlene, and Ryner, Bradley D. Early Modern Drama in Performance: Essays in Honor of Lois Potter. University of Delaware Press, (2014).
Netzloff, Mark R. “The State and Early Modernity.” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 14. (2014): 149-154.
Netzloff, Mark R. “Work.” Ashgate Research Companion to Popular Culture in Early Modern England. Ed. Hadfield, Andrew, and Dimmock, Matthew. Ashgate, (2014): 163-76.
Netzloff, Mark R. “Jonson’s Volpone and the Information Economy of Anglo-Venetian Travel and Intelligence.” Mediterranean Identities in the Premodern Era: Islands, Entrepôts, Empires. Ed. Watkins, John, and Reyerson, Kathryn. Ashgate, (2014): 73-89.
Netzloff, Mark R. “Public Diplomacy and the Comedy of State: Chapman’s Monsieur D’Olive.” Authority and Diplomacy from Dante to Shakespeare. Ed. Powell, Jason, and Rossiter, Will. Ashgate, (2013): 185-97.
Netzloff, Mark R. “Insurgent Time: Richard II and the Periodization of Sovereignty.” Richard II: New Critical Essays. Ed. Lopez, Jeremy. Routledge, (2012): 202-22.
Netzloff, Mark R. “The Ambassador’s Household: Sir Henry Wotton, Domesticity, and Diplomatic Writing.” Diplomacy and Early Modern Culture. Ed. Adams, Robyn, and Cox, Rosanna. Palgrave Macmillan, (2011): 155-71.
Netzloff, Mark R. “Catholic Exiles and the English State After the Gunpowder Plot.” Reformation 15. (2010): 151-67.
Netzloff, Mark R. John Norden’s The Surveyor’s Dialogue (1618): A Critical Edition. Ashgate, (2010).
Netzloff, Mark R. England’s Internal Colonies: Class, Capital, and the Literature of Early Modern English Colonialism. Palgrave Macmillan, (2003).