Dr. Anne Stillman teaches English at Clare College, Cambridge including courses in Practical Criticism, literature of the nineteenth and twentieth century (mostly poetry), and Shakespeare.
The practices of reading aloud, collaboration in performance, and experiment in translation are all elements that matter to her for teaching and making work. Her research interests include voice, verse form, poetic drama (especially Samuel Beckett and Shakespeare), French verse, and the intersections between philosophy and poetry.
Her recent publications include ‘Eleven Pipe Dreams for the Mirlitonnades’, Black Box Manifold no.16 (Summer, 2016); ‘T. S. Eliot Plays Edward Lear’, in Edward Lear and the Play of Poetry, edited by James Williams and Matthew Bevis (Oxford, 2016), and ‘T. S. Eliot’s One Poem’, The Cambridge Humanities Review, Lent term 2016, Issue 11.