Bailey Sincox is a scholar of early modern English drama and performance. Her work spans the theater of Shakespeare and his contemporaries, gender studies, reception and adaptation studies (including contemporary theater, film, and the novel), and history of the book. At Princeton, she is currently at work on her first book project, Female Revenge on the Early Modern Stage. The book takes cues from contemporary film to chart how sixteenth- and seventeenth-century dramas of justice-seeking co-construct gender and genre.
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Sincox will co-teach in HUM 216/217: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Western Culture II: Literature and the Arts, History, Philosophy and Religion in the Spring of 2022.