Daniel Fischlin

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Founder & Director, Canadian Adaptations of Shakespeare Project Professor University Research Chair College of Arts School of English and Theatre Studies Guelph, Ontario dfischli@uoguelph.ca Office: (519) 824-4120 ext. 53267

Bio/Research

An early modern literary and music scholar, Dr. Fischlin has made impressive contributions to both fields, as well as having written a number of books on rights issues. He has co-edited two books on the socio-political implications of improvised creative music with Dr. Ajay Heble, project directo...

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Bio/Research

An early modern literary and music scholar, Dr. Fischlin has made impressive contributions to both fields, as well as having written a number of books on rights issues. He has co-edited two books on the socio-political implications of improvised creative music with Dr. Ajay Heble, project director of the MCRI research project, Improvisation, Community, and Social Practice. These are The Other Side of Nowhere: Jazz, Improvisation, and Communities in Dialogue and Rebel Musics: Human Rights, Resistant Sounds, and the Politics of Music Making. He has also published two other books that study the relations between music and literary texts and music, nationalism, and gender and has published 13 books with several forthcoming across a range of disciplines including human rights, literary theory and biography, Latin American studies, and Jacobean studies. University presses with whom he has published include Oxford University Press, Columbia University Press, Wesleyan University Press, and Wayne State University Press.

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