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Bernard KrummPost Doctoral Fellow


Bernard Krumm is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Writing Program at Emory where he teaches First-Year writing. A life-long New Yorker, Dr. Krumm received his BA and MA in English and American Literature from Hofstra University and his PhD in English Literature from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. His research and teaching interests include early modern British literature, literary history and theory, economic history, political theory, and performance studies. So far, his published scholarship has considered the political economy of early modern drama, especially the comedies of Shakespeare and Ben Jonson: his first article was published in The Ben Jonson Journal in 2021 and his second is forthcoming in The Sixteenth Century Journal. He has also written performance reviews for Shakespeare Bulletin and The Shakespeare Newsletter. His current research considers the role that narrative plays in how we understand property, especially in accounts of the normative basis of acquisition and property law. He has taught a variety of literature and composition courses at Stony Brook and Fordham University, and he is also an experienced writing tutor.