Department of English

Sonya Loftis


Assistant Professor
of English


Sonya Loftis specializes in Renaissance literature and dramatic literature. Her research focuses on modern adaptations of Shakespeare, and she has taught courses that range from Modern Drama to Chaucer.

Ph.D. in English, University of Georgia

B.A. in English, North Georgia College and State University

Selected Publications
Attacking the Canon through the Corpse: Cannibalism and Surrogation in Hamletmachine. Text & Presentation 6 (2009): 81-93.

Shakespeare, Shotover, Surrogation: Blaming the Bard‚ in Heartbreak House. SHAW: The Annual of Bernard Shaw Studies 29 (2009): 50-65.

The Suicide of Lavinia: Finding Rome in Titus Andronicus. Renaissance Papers (2007): 111-123.

Brawley Hall, Room 114
ext. 3611