Roy Eriksen

Roy Eriksen is Professor of English Renaissance Literature and Culture at the University of Agder, Kristiansand (Norway). He works in English and Italian Renaissance Studies, including architectural history and theory (1400-1700). In addition to The Form of Faustus Fortunes (Humanities, 1987) and The Building in the text (Penn State, 2001; 2008 pb), he has edited c. 30 books; e.g. Form and the Arts (Rome: Kappa, 2003) and Ashes to Ashes (Rome: L’Ateneo, 2006), Imitation, Representation and Printing (Fabrizio Serra Editore 2009). Recent articles focus on Alberti, Michelangelo, Vasari, Margery Kempe, Shakespeare, Milton and Italian literature, and Marlowe. Eriksen currently writes a study of Roman Quattrocento Urbanism and a study of Marlowe's poetics.

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