Stanley Stewart

Stanley Stewart

Distinguished Professor
Ph.D. UCLA

(951) 827-1860
stanley.stewart@ucr.edu

Stanley Stewart (B.A., M.A., Ph.D. UCLA) is the author of numerous books and articles, including The Enclosed Garden: The Tradition and the Image in 17th-Century Poetry (Wisconsin 1966), The Expanded Voice: The Art of Thomas Traherne (Huntington Library 1970), and George Herbert (G.K. Hall 1976), Renaissance Talk: Ordinary Language and the Mystique of Critical Problems (Duquesne  1997). He is co-author of Nietzsche’s Case: Philosophy as/and Literature (Routledge 1992), Jonson’s Spenser: Evidence and Historical Criticism  (Duquesne 1995), and (with Jeffrey Kahan) of Caped Crusaders 101: Composition Through Comic Books (McFarland 2010); he is, with Richard Harp, also co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to Ben Jonson (Cambridge UP 2000) and, with Richard Harp and Robert C. Evans, co-editor  of The Ben Jonson Journal: Literary Contexts in the Age of Elizabeth, James, and Charles.  Professor Stewart’s most recent publication is Shakespeare and Philosophy (Routledge 2010).  A former Guggenheim and Mellon Fellow,  he has been honored by the Academic Senate as a recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award and as Faculty Research Lecturer (2000).