Research Publications

Shakespeare and Other Renaissance Authors

  • "An Obscure Poem by Robert Herrick and the Unlikely Popularity of the Plays of Beaumont and Fletcher." Kentucky Philological Review 19 (2005): 50-57.
  • "What Can We Say about Caliban?" Kentucky Philological Review 15 (2001): 57-62. (Essay Winner of the Editor's Choice Award for 2000).
  • "Warring Within and Warring Without: A Psychological Nexus between Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida and Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 17.1-2 (1996): 109-24.
  • "Dead Men in Deptford: Recent Lives and Deaths of Christopher Marlowe." Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama 34 (1995): 111-24.
  • "Middleton and Rowley's The Changeling and M. Scott Peck's Theory of the Evil Personality." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 15. 1-2 (1995): 29-38.
  • "Did John Webster Know Shakespeare's King John?" ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 1:4 (1988): 125-30.
  • "Psychetypes and Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 5.3-4 (1984): 176-81.
  • Levin, Richard. "The Acting Style of the Children's Companies." A Response by Kenneth Tucker. American Notes and Queries 22:3-4 (1983): 34-35.
  • "Philip Massinger's "The Roman Actor and Other Elizabethan-Jacobean Moral Plays Without Morals."  Kentucky Philological Review 26 (2012): 51-58.
  • "The Dramatic Use of Divine Intervention in Elizabethan Drama." Dissertation Abstracts International 31 (1971): 19714137A (KY). (Dissertation Abstract).