Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York
 


 
Mary Bly
Professor
B.A., Harvard College; M.Phil., Oxford University; Ph.D., Yale University.

mbly@fordham.edu
Lowenstein 808D
Ext. 6273

Mary Bly's websites: www.eloisajames.com
                             
www.parisinlovebook.com

Mary Bly is the author of Queer Virgins and Virgin Queans on the Early Modern Stage (Oxford 2000) and Associate Editor for Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England. She is currently working on The Geography of Puns, a project addressing the geographical and linguistic economies of early modern London; some of this work has been published in the PMLA and the collection City of Vice. As Eloisa James, she is a New York Times bestselling author of historical romance fiction published by Harper Collins. As Eloisa James, she has also published a New York Times bestselling memoir, Paris in Love, which chronicled a sabbatical year she and her family spent in France, and continues to write a monthly feature on romance fiction for the Barnes & Noble Review site, which has run for over three years. Her personal websites are www.eloisajames.com and www.parisinlovebook.com.
Areas of Interest
Early modern drama, with interests in boys' plays, queer theory, puns, London.
 
 

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