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Philip D. Collington
Niagara University

Philip D. Collington ( is an associate professor in the department of English at Niagara University in Lewiston, NY. He has published articles on Shakespeare and his contemporaries in ELR, Comparative Drama, Shakespeare Quarterly, and Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, and several book collections. He co-edited (with Kenneth Graham) a collection of essays entitled Shakespeare and Religious Change (2009), and his most recent publication is a Bakhtinian reading of Love's Labour's Lost (co-authored with Tara L. Collington) which appeared in Studies in Philology.