Emily Donahoe

Graduate Associate


Email: edonahoe@nd.edu

Emily Pitts Donahoe is PhD candidate in English and an early modernist studying dramatic literature and rhetorical education in Renaissance England. At Notre Dame, she teaches courses in Writing and Rhetoric, English literature, and screen cultures. In addition to serving as a Graduate Associate for the Kaneb Center, she is also the Professional

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Development Chair for the English Graduate Student Association; a fellow in the Graduate School’s Leadership and Socially Engaged Research Program; and a co-organizer for the Early Modern Circle, an interdisciplinary workshop group for graduate students.