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Joshua Calhoun

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Joshua Calhoun is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who specializes in Shakespeare, sixteenth- and seventeenth-century poetry, and the history of media. As a Faculty Affiliate at theNelson Institute for Environmental Studies, he also teaches courses in the environmental humanities. He is currently writing a book about poetry, papermaking, and ecology titled The Nature of the Page: Ecology, Poetry, and Papermaking in Renaissance England. Calhoun is the co-founder of Holding History, a mentorship-driven public engagement project that trains an interdisciplinary group of students to share their knowledge and the resources of the campus with the broader community. 

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