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Research & Project Interests
Dr. FrongilloÂ’s research focuses on English Renaissance Drama and its relationship to various cultural practices. He is particularly interested in Christopher MarloweÂ’s plays.
English Renaissance Drama
Film Adaptation of Literature
Arts and Communication, School of
B.A. University of New Mexico, 1984, Double Major: English and Classics
M.A. Vanderbilt University, 1985, English Literature
Ph.D. Vanderbilt University 1990, English Literature
Dr. Frongillo has taught at Vanderbilt University and Florida Tech.
Current research deals with the Early Modern Drama, primarily Shakespeare and Marlowe.
Giving the Tragic Boot to the Comic Sock: Recoding Christopher Marlowe's Tamburlaine from High to Low Culture, Popular Entertainment Studies, 2011
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