Department of English Language and Literature

Joseph Gamble

Joseph Gamble Assistant Professor
FH 1610
Fall 2023 Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:00am–2:00pm

Joseph Gamble (PhD Michigan, English and Women's Studies) teaches courses on early modern literature (including Shakespeare), modern drama, and contemporary LGBTQ literature and culture. In addition to articles on early modern sexuality and trans studies, he is the author of Sex Lives: Intimate Infrastructures in Early Modernity (University of Pennsylvania Press 2023) and co-editor, with Gillian Knoll (Western Kentucky University), of The Kinky Renaissance (forthcoming ACMRS Press). Dr. Gamble is currently at work on a second book project, Trans Philologies, which examines how gender nonconforming people across the past five-hundred years have rendered their lives livable in part by restructuring the English language.

Last Updated: 12/4/23