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Kelli Shermeyer received her Ph.D. in modern and contemporary literature at the University of Virginia in 2019.She has recently taught courses on writing and critical inquiry, playwriting, global theater, and theater for social change as the Edgar F. Shannon Postdoctoral Fellow at UVa and as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Oklahoma. Her scholarship on contemporary theater and critical theory has appeared in PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, The Journal of Contemporary Drama in English, the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, and the essay collection The Written Dead, among other places. Shermeyer’s current research includes a book tentatively titled Ecologies of Suffering: Tragedy in the Anthropocene and a project on creative anachronism in contemporary performance. She is also an experienced theater director, dramaturg, and arts administrator, currently on staff at the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia. A proud UD alumna, she is thrilled to be teaching in the Department of English.
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