Early modern Spanish drama, poetry, prose; women's and gender studies
Professor Fox teaches Medieval and Early Modern Spanish literature. She is currently working on violence, masculinity, and nationalism in seventeenth-century drama.
Duke University, Ph.D.
Duke University, M.A.
University of Oregon, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Women's and Gender Studies Distinguished Faculty Lecture, Brandeis University, March 18, 2009: "Hercules and the Half-Blood Prince: Staging Masculinity and Nationalism in Early Modern Spain" (2009)
Hewlett Foundation Grant for participation in Women's Studies faculty seminar, Brandeis University (2001 - 2002)
Nomination, Bernard Hewitt Award for Outstanding Research in Theatre History, American Society for Theatre Research (1991)
Nomination, Katherine Singer Kovacs Prize, Modern Language Association (1991)
Council for International Exchange of Scholars Treaty Grant (1985 - 1986)
Federico de Onís Fellowship, Spanish Government (1984)
American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship for recent Ph.D. recipients (1983)
|EL||94a||Experiential Learning Practicum|
|HECS||150a||Staging Early Modern Spain: Drama and Society|
|HISP||110a||Medieval and Early Modern Spanish Literature: Gender, Class, Religion, Power|
|HISP||121b||Teatro Español: Lope y Lorca|
|HISP||125b||Literary Women in Early Modern Spain|
|HISP||128b||Picaros, Prostitutes, and Peasants: Representations of the Underclass in Early Modern Spain|
|HISP||198a||Experiential Research Seminar in Literary and Cultural Studies|
|USEM||36b||Drama and Social Issues|
|WMGS||5a||Women and Gender in Culture and Society|