Kim H. NolingProfessor Noling has the distinction of having held two executive positions: both the Chair of the Hartwick Faculty and the Chair of the Department of English and Theatre Arts. She specializes in the English Renaissance and particularly in its drama, on which she has published in Shakespeare Quarterly and SEL: Studies in English Literature. Research interests include Jacobean London as a dramatic subject and theatrical site, the theatrical portrayal of English queens, and the plays of Adrienne Kennedy and Aishah Rahman. She teaches Shakespeare at all levels, 16th century English literature, drama from medieval to modern (with a special interest in African American playwrights), the survey of earlier British literature, and composition. Her January Term courses have included an off-campus trip on Shakespeare's England, an on-campus simulation of Shakespeare's company, and an introduction to classics of children's literature. Her most recent publication is an article that she contributed to a volume on Queen Elizabeth I, published in 2007 by Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
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