Perry Guevara

Visiting Scholar

Assistant Professor of English, Dominican University of California

CSTMS Research Unit: PMH, CSTMS
Affiliation period: August 2020 - May 2021
Degrees PhD, English :: Emory University
MA, English :: Georgetown University
BA, English :: University of Alabama

Research Areas

Theater, especially Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama, Neuroscience and Cognitive Literary Studies, Health Humanities, Environmental Humanities, History of Science, Gender and Sexuality

Perry Guevara joined the Dominican faculty in 2016 and is, at present, a Visiting Scholar at the Center for Science, Technology, Medicine, and Society. Previously, he was a fellow at Emory’s Scholars Program in Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Research. He has authored essays on medicinal plants and minimal cognition in Paradise Lost, affect theory and Shakespearean pedagogy in prison, embodied cognition and entomological life in Titus Andronicus, and transitional object theory in Othello. He is presently writing a book, Inhuman Depressions: Cognitive Ecologies in English Renaissance Literature, as well as an essay on neurotechnology and experimental theater.

last updated: March 13th, 2022