Harry Keyishian

Harry Keyishian, professor of English, joined the FDU faculty in 1965 and teaches courses in Shakespeare and the Renaissance on the Florham-Madison Campus. Keyishian is the author of The Shapes of Revenge: Victimization, Vengeance and Vindictiveness in Shakespeare, in which he explores revenge as a character’s response to injustice. Keyishian is a prolific writer whose other works include the books Critical Essays on William Saroyan and Michael Arlen, as well as numerous articles, reviews and essays in publications like Shakespeare Quarterly and Shakespeare Bulletin. Keyishian also is the director of Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. For the past 10 years, he has coordinated the annual Shakespeare Colloquium on the Florham-Madison Campus.

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