The Assassination of Shakespeare's Patron: Investigating the Death of the Fifth Earl of Derby (2nd Edition)

by Leo Daugherty

About Leo Daugherty

Leo Daugherty is professor emeritus of literature and linguistics at The Evergreen State College, where he taught Shakespeare and other programs in Renaissance studies and also served as academic dean and founding head of the Science and Human Values division for many years. He now teaches at the University of Virginia. Dr. Daugherty holds a PhD from Texas A amp; M University, an MA from the University of Arkansas, and a BA from Western Kentucky University. He also completed his postdoctoral studies in linguistics at Harvard University and MIT. He has published essays and monographs on Shakespeare, the Elizabethan poet Richard Barnfield, and William Stanley, sixth earl of Derby. In addition to his book William Shakespeare, Richard Barnfield, and the Sixth Earl of Derby, he has also published studies of American writers, such as Cormac McCarthy and Allen Ginsberg. Dr. Daugherty is included on the lists of Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in American Education.


 

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