Jennifer Drouin is a former Associate Professor of English in the Hudson Strode Program at the University of Alabama where she taught Shakespeare and Renaissance drama until resigning in August 2017. She completed her PhD in 2005 at McGill University in Montréal where she then held a postdoctoral fellowship in Digital Humanities with the SSHRC-MCRI Making Publics project. Before coming to Alabama in 2009, she taught English and Women's Studies at Allegheny College. In 2013, she was Visiting Professor with the Groupe de recherche identités et cultures (GRIC) at Université du Havre in France. Her monograph, Shakespeare in Québec: Nation, Gender, and Adaptation, was published in March 2014 by University of Toronto Press. 

She is currently working on a bilingual, open-access database and critical anthology entitled Shakespeare au/in Québec and editing a collection of essays on Shakespeare and sex.

She is also studying for a joint BCL/LLB degree in Québécois civil law and Canadian common law that she will complete at McGill University's Faculty of Law in April 2018.


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