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Catherine (Cassie) Thomas is the Assoc. Dean of the School of Transitional Studies. She is also a professor in the English discipline (specialty: Renaissance drama).
“Fostering Academic Self-Efficacy in First-Generation Students Through Shakespeare Reading Groups.” Early Modern Culture 14 (2019):146-64. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/emc/vol14/iss1/11
“Looking for Richard in the Graphic Archives.” In Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare’s English History Plays. Ed. Laurie Ellinghausen. The Modern Language Association of America, 2017. 166-71.
Violent Masculinities: Male Aggression in Early Modern Texts and Culture. Essay collection co-edited with Dr. Jennifer Feather, UNC-Greensboro. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
“(Un)sexing Lady Macbeth: Gender, Power, and Visual Rhetoric in Her Graphic Afterlives.” Upstart Crow: A Shakespeare Journal 31 (2012): 81-102.
“Toxic Encounters: Poisoning in Early Modern English Literature and Culture.” Literature Compass 9.1 (January 2012): 48-55.
“Poisoned Justice: Passion and Politics in The Winter’s Tale.” In Justice, Women, and Power in English Renaissance Drama. Ed. Emily Detmer-Goebel and Andy Majeski. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2009. 66-79.
“Nunn’s Sweet Transvestite: Desiring Viola in Twelfth Night.” The Journal of Popular Culture 41.2 (April 2008): 306-20.
“Chaste Bodies and Poisonous Desires in Milton’s Maske.” Studies in English Literature 46.2 (Spring 2006): 435-59.
“‘You make me feel like (un) natural woman’: Reconsidering Murderous Mothers in English Renaissance Drama.” In Women, Violence, and English Renaissance Literature. Ed. Sharon Beehler and Linda Woodbridge. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2003. 303-27.