Jennifer Andersen

Name: Jennifer Andersen
Title: Professor
Office: UH 301.36
Phone: (909) 537-5464
Education: PhD Yale University, English, 1996
MA Yale University, English, 1992
Fulbright Scholar, Tubingen Germany, 1988-89
BA UCLA, Classics, 1988
Research and Teaching Interests: I teach early English Literature (and earlier Greek and Latin literature) as part of the humanities broadly conceived. We can learn from people who are not exactly like ourselves and we can learn from the past not to expect a consistency and coherence that we would never attempt or achieve ourselves.

Selected Publications

Editor with Elizabeth Sauer of Books and Readers in Early Modern England (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001).

Guest editor with Elizabeth Sauer of Literature and Religion in Early Modern England: Case Studies; a special issue of Renaissance and Reformation n.s. 25.4 (2001).

Anti-Puritanism, Anti-Popery and Gallows Rhetoric in Thomas Nashe's The Unfortunate Traveller, Sixteenth Century Journal 35,1 (2004), 43-64. (8,700 words)

Thomas Nashe and Popular Conformity in Late Elizabethan England, Renaissance and Reformation n.s. 25,4 (2001), 25-43. (8,500 words)

Blame-in-Praise Irony in Lenten Stuffe, in Nashe and the Age of Print, eds. Joan Pong Linton, Stephen Guy-Bray and Steven Mentz (Ashgate, 2013). (9,500 words)

Nashe’s Poem for Ferdinando Stanley, Lord Strange, ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes and Reviews 27, 3 (2014), 1-9. (5,000 words)

Rewriting a Murder Pamphlet: the Perspective of Deviance in The Changeling, Appositions: Studies in Renaissance/ Early Modern Literature & Culture 7 (2014). (10,000 words)


Nashe, Satire and the Accidental Elizabethan Public Sphere -- book manuscript

Conditional Loyalism, the Elizabethan State and the Catholic Community in Donne's Satire IV - article
Specialization(s): Early Modern English Literature
Political Satire
Courses/Teaching: First year College Latin (101, 102, 103)
World Literature I
Surveys of English Literature I and II (210, 211)
Medieval, Sixteenth, and Seventeenth Century Literature (401, 403, 406)
Shakespeare (475, 476)