Emma Atwood is Assistant Professor in the Department of English and World Languages in the College of Arts and Sciences.
She received her B.A from Kalamazoo College and her Ph.D. from Boston College.
Dr. Atwood specializes in Early Modern British Literature and Culture. At Montevallo, she teaches courses in Shakespeare, Early Modern Drama, Early Modern Women and Gender, Utopian Literature, Early British Literature, Senior Capstone, and Composition. Some of her recent publications include “Scotch Jig or Rope Dance? Choreographic Dramaturgy and Much Ado About Nothing” in the journal Borrowers and Lenders: The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation; “Parlor Games, Spatial Strategy, and The Two Angry Women of Abington” in the journal Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal; and “‘All Places Are Alike’: Marlowe’s Edward II and English Spatial Imagination” in the Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. She has also published articles and reviews with Comparative Drama, The Map of Early Modern London, This Rough Magic, Shakespeare Bulletin, and Early Theatre.