AboutI am a born-and-bred Idahoan. I earned my BA in English and History from Idaho State University in 2007, and my MA in English at Idaho State in 2010. I earned my PhD from Arizona State University in 2015 after successfully defending my dissertation, Trauma, Typology, and Anti-Catholicism in Early Modern England, 1579 – 1625. My work has appeared in Prose Studies, Humanities, The Sundial yand in collections forthcoming from Cambridge University Press and Routledge.
I am currently an associate lecturer in the English department at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. I teach introductory composition and literature courses, as well as Western Humanities and Shakespeare. I am also a faculty member in the Brock Honors College, where I teach the year-long introductory humanities course.
I am a co-host of the podcast Remixing the Humanities.
EducationBA – English and History, Idaho State University 2007
MA – English, Idaho State University 2010 (MA thesis director, Dr. Jessica Winston, “Edmund Campion, the Jesuit “Invasion,” and England’s Identity Crisis, 1580-2.”)
PhD – English, Arizona State University (Dissertation co-chairs, Dr. David Hawkes and Dr. Cora Fox, Trauma, Typology, and Anti-Catholicism in Early Modern England, 1579 – 1625).
Work Shared in CORE
Kimbro, Devori. “‘All Badged with Blood’: Equivocating, Revenge, and Trauma in Macbeth
. eds. Jimmy Newlin and James Newstone, in New Psychoanalytic Readings of Shakespeare: Cool Reason and Seething Brains
(forthcoming from Routledge)
Kimbro, Devori. “‘Gathered Again from the Ash’: Traumatropism, Memorialization, and Foxe’s Acts and Monuments,
” eds. Isabel Karremann and Jonathan Baldo, in Memory and Affect in Shakespeare’s England
(forthcoming from Cambridge University Press).
Kimbro, Devori, Noschka, Michael, and Way, Geoffrey, “Lend Us Your Earbuds: Shakespeare/Podcasting/Poesis,” Humanities 8.67,
Kimbro, Devori. “‘A cardinalles red-hat, and a kings golden crowne’: Pamphlet Anti-Catholicism and Fabricated Authority in Thomas Milles’s The Misterie of Iniquitie
(1611). Prose Studies
, 37.3 (2015): 181-199.
Kimbro, Devori. “The Roaring Girl
(Thomas Middleton).” The Literary Encyclopedia
), March 15, 2014 [1,933 words] Web.
Kimbro, Devori. “Letter to Queen Elizabeth (Sir Philip Sidney).” The Literary Encyclopedia.
), March 31, 2014 [1,019 words] Web.
Kimbro, Devori. “Acts and Monuments
(John Foxe).” The Literary Encyclopedia.
), March 31, 2014 [1700 words] Web.
Kimbro, Devori. “The Theatre of the Pope’s Monarchy
(Philip Stubbes).” The Literary Encyclopedia.
), April 2, 2014 [993 words] Web.
Upcoming Talks and ConferencesSeminar co-leader (with Dr. Geoffrey Way and Dr. Michael Noschka), “Public Shakespeares and New Media: Critical Approaches” – Shakespeare Association of America annual conference, Denver 2020.