Paige Reynolds

Professor of English & Internship Coordinator for English

Irby 317E

(501) 852-2064

Paige Martin Reynolds (Ph.D., University of North Texas) is a Professor of English and the Internship Coordinator for the English program. Her teaching and research interests include Shakespeare, drama, dramaturgy, performance studies, gender studies and Elizabeth I. As a scholar, teacher, and theatre practitioner, Reynolds is invested in the relationship between the critical and the creative, an intersection she explores in her book Performing Shakespeare’s Women: Playing Dead (Bloomsbury Arden, 2019). She is a contributor to the book Shaping Shakespeare for Performance: The Bear Stage (Farleigh Dickinson, 2015) and co-editor of the book, Papa, Ph.D.: Essays on Fatherhood by Men in the Academy (Rutgers, 2010). Reynolds has also published articles in SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900Medieval and Renaissance Drama in EnglandExplorations in Renaissance Culture, Theatre Topics, and The Hare. She currently serves as the Resident Dramaturg for Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre, where she has performed many of Shakespeare’s women (and a few of Shakespeare’s men) since 2008.