Dr Ramona Wray’s research interests include Shakespeare, early modern drama, editing, women’s writing and drama, adaptation, film and memory studies.
She has published books on women writers of the seventeenth century and Shakespeare and film and is also the editor of the Arden edition of Elizabeth Cary’s The Tragedy of Mariam.
She has also co-edited books on Shakespeare and Ireland and Shakespeare and the arts. As first supervisor, she has supervised sixteen doctoral theses in these and related areas.
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