Kyle DiRoberto

Kyle DiRoberto

Associate Professor
Dr. Kyle DiRoberto, an Associate Professor specializing in early modern English drama, poetry, and prose, navigates the nuanced complexities of historical figures like Queen Elizabeth and Robert Greene within their respective Renaissance contexts. Her research meticulously explores the subtle interplays of gender, race, class, and religion during this pivotal era, offering enriched perspectives on the socio-political landscapes of the time and revealing understated intricacies within the literature and culture.
 
As an award-winning educator and ardent scholar, Dr. DiRoberto seamlessly intertwines her understanding of gender politics and reform movements in early English literature into both her teaching and scholarly writing. Her steadfast commitment to fostering an inclusive and diverse educational environment is not only evident in her pedagogical approaches but also permeates her literary explorations. Dr. DiRoberto's scholarship uniquely fuses contemporary dialogues on societal norms and dynamics, contributing meaningfully to both historical and modern interdisciplinary discussions.