Jennifer Page, PhD

Jennifer K. Page, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of English
Vinson Hall 208


Jennifer Page joined Northwestern's English, Foreign Language, and Humanities Department in Fall 2014. She teaches courses in early British literature, literary theory, and composition. Her research interests include English Renaissance drama, gender and sexuality studies, historical masculinity, internet culture, zombie films and literature, and the novels of Chuck Palahniuk.

Dr. Page received the Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana, in 2006. She received the Master of Arts (2009) and Doctor of Philosophy (2014) degrees in English from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Her dissertation, "When the bad bleeds, then is the tragedy good": Performative Masculinities in Revenge Plays by Kyd, Shakespeare, and Middleton‚Äč, focuses on issues of historical masculinity and the intersection of cultural and dramatic performance.


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Curriculum Vitae

Courses Dr. Page Offers:

English 0125: Writing and Literacy

English 1113: Composition I


English 1113L: Composition I Lab

English 1213: Composition II

English 2543: British Literature to 1800

English 3103/5103: Shakespeare

English 3123: English Drama

English 4163/5163: Literary Criticism

English 4403: Renaissance Literature

English 4413: Restoration and Eighteenth-Century English Literature