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Douglas Hayes

Douglas Hayes (Editorial Board Member) is an Associate Professor at Lakehead University and earned his Ph.D. at the University of Toronto. Professor Hayes specializes in early English drama, with an emphasis on Medieval morality plays and Tudor interludes.

His secondary research interests include fifteenth- and sixteenth-century English and Scottish poetry and rhetoric. In addition to his book, Rhetorical Subversion in the Early English Drama (2004), he has edited the poetry of the Scots Makars for the Broadview Anthology of British Literature, 2nd ed. (2009) and Uplian Fulwell's interlude Like Will Unto Like for the Broadview Anthology of Medieval Drama (2013) and has also published articles on The Castle of Perseverance and the N-Town Plays, the rhetorician Thomas Blount, and the late Middle Scots play Philotus.

His current projects include the preparation of editions of Thomas Preston's Cambyses and W. Wager's The Longer Thou Livest the More Fool Thou Art for the forthcoming Broadview Anthology of Tudor Drama.


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