Andrew Moran received his Ph.D. from the University of Dallas. His research interests
are Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, and Evelyn Waugh.
B.A. University of Dallas
M.A. College of William and Mary
Ph.D. Institute of Philosophic Studies, University of Dallas
Literary Tradition I, II, III, IV
Waugh and the Post-War West
Jonson and the Tribe of Ben
Shakespeare's representations of Reformation-era religious controversies, his metadrama,
and the relationship between the two
"Happiness and Supernatural Happiness in The Taming of the Shrew." Christian Shakespeare: Question Mark. Edited by Michael Scott and Michael Collins. Vernon Press, forthcoming.
"Milton's Dantean Raphael." The Ben Jonson Journal. Forthcoming.
Due Santi and the University of Dallas: Un Piccolo Paradiso. Co-editor with Gregory Roper. The History Press, 2020.
Evelyn Waugh's Commedia: Sword of Honour as an Epic Response to James Joyce." Literary Imagination 18.3 (2016). 274-92.
"An Emetic upon St. Bartholomew's Day: Purging, Stripping, and Reclothing the Pauline
Body in Bartholmew Fair." The Ben Jonson Journal 22.1 (2015), 23-40. 2015 Ben Jonson Discoveries Award Essay.
"The Apotropaic Marriage of Sulfur and Mercury in The Alchemist." The Ben Jonson Journal 20.1 (May 2013), 1-19.
"In Medias Res, at Work and Prayer: Augustine and The Tempest." Critical and Cultural Transformations: The Tempest, 1611to the Present. Ed. Virginia Mason Vaughan and Tobias Dring (Tbingen: Gunter Narr Verlag, 2013),
"From Maurice to Mohammad: Othello, Islam, and Baptism." Early Modern England and Islamic Worlds. Ed. Linda McJannet and Bernadette Andrea (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011),21-34.
"'What were I best to say': Hasty Curses and Morean Deliberation in Richard III." Moreana 48:183-184 (Summer 2011): 145-61.
"Hamlet's Envenomed Foil" in Hamlet: Ignatius Critical Edition, ed. Joseph Pearce. Ft. Collins, CO: Ignatius Press. (2008).
"Eating and Synaesthesia in The Winter's Tale." Religion and the Arts 9:1-2 (2005): 38-61.
"John Kennedy Toole's Brilliant Failure." The St. Austin Review (March 2005): 21-23.