“Neuroscience of Theater” | IU Home Pages features Dr. Amy Cook

Dr. Amy Cook, Assistant Professor of Theatre History, Theory, and Literature.

In recognition of two forthcoming publications this month, IU Home Pages profiled Assistant Professor of Theatre History, Theory, & Literature Amy Cook in their monthly online magazine.

Amy’s essay, “Wrinkles, Wormholes, and Hamlet: The Wooster Group’s Hamlet as a Challenge to Periodicity,” will be published this month in TDR in addition to the republication of her essay “Staging Nothing: Hamlet and Cognitive Science” (previously published in SubStance) as a chapter in an edited volume called HAMLET as a part of Harold Bloom’s Modern Critical Interpretations series.