Robin Bates, PhD
- PhD, English – Auburn University, 2005
- MEd, English – Georgia Southwestern State University
- BA Theatre Arts – Appalachian State University
- Assistant Professor of English, Seton Hall University, 2007-2008
- Instructor, Auburn University, 2005-2007
- Graduate Teaching Assistant, Auburn University 2005-2007
- Director, Sumter Players JESTERS Shakespeare Group, 1997-2000
- Shakespeare and Early Modern English Literature
- Irish Studies
- Cultural Materialism and Post-colonial Theory
- Religion and politics in literature
- Rebellion and sectarian conflict in literature
- Early Modern religious writing
- Textual Scholarship
- Shakespeare 1 and 2
- Literature of the Tudor Dynasty
- The Golden Age
- Literary Criticism
- Literary Theory
- Principles of Literary Scholarship
- Special topics in early Modern British Literature
- Literature and Culture
Publications, Presentations and Research
- "'This earth shall have a feeling': the King, the Land, and Reciprocal Nurturing in Richard II," Shakespeare Association of America, St. Louis, April 2014.
- Shakespeare and the Cultural Colonization of Ireland, Routledge, 2008.
- "Cymbeline and Cymbeline Refinished: G. B. Shaw and the Unresolved Empire," in Celtic Shakespeare: The Bard and the Borderers, eds. Willy Maley and Rory Loughnane. Ashgate, forthcoming.
- "Doctor Faustus at the Blackfriars," review for Marlowe Society of America Newsletter, Vol. 29, No. 2, Spring 2010
- "Richard II, Irish Exiles, and the Breath of Kings," reprinted from Shakespeare and the Cultural Colonization of Ireland in Shakespeare Criticism, Vol. 127, February 2010
- "'The Queene is defrauded of the intent of the law': Spenser's Advocation of Civil Law in A View of the State of Ireland," Papers on Language and Literature, May 2005
- co-editor (with Constance C. Relihan): Westward for Smelts, by Kinde Kit of Kingstone; under consideration
- "This England: Topography and Englishness in 1 Henry IV," Shakespeare Association of America, Seattle, April 2011
- "Place and Nature in Richard II and Edward II," Shakespeare Association of America, Chicago, April 2010
- "Brewing Rebellion: The Alehouse and Religious Dissent in Twelfth Night," Shakespeare Association of America, Washington, D. C., April 2009
- "'What's to come is still unsure': carpe diem and Feste's urging of festival in Twelfth Night," Shakespeare Association of America, San Diego, 2007.
- "Percys and Northern Rebellion," Shakespeare Association of America, Philadelphia, 2006.
- "Richard II, Irish Exiles, and the Breath of Kings," Shakespeare Association of America, Bermuda, March 2005
- "'Ungodly Diversity': Private Dissent in the 1549 Book of Common Prayer," Shakespeare Association of America, New Orleans, April 2004
- "Veiled Threats: Cloistering as an Act Against the State in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and Measure for Measure," Sixteenth Century Studies, San Antonio, October 2002