Jeffrey Robert Wilson, PhD

Preceptor in Expository Writing, Harvard University
Jeffrey R. Wilson is a faculty member in the Writing Program at Harvard University, where he teaches the "Why Shakespeare?" section of the University's first-year writing course. Focused on intersections of Renaissance literature and modern sociology, his work has appeared in academic journals such as Shakespeare, Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, Genre, Disability Studies Quarterly, Law and the Humanities, Law, Culture, and the Humanities, and Crime, Media, Culture. His first book, Shakespeare and Trump, is forthcoming from Temple University Press. His work has also been featured in venues including National Public Radio, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Academe, The Smart Set, and CounterPunch. He received his PhD in English from the University of California, Irvine.

Education

  • PhD University of California, Irvine

Contact

jeffreywilson@fas.harvard.edu