James N Loehlin
James Loehlin is Shakespeare at Winedale Regents Professor of English and director of the Shakespeare at Winedale program. He is native Austinite and a Plan II graduate of UT, where he was a student in the Winedale program under founding Director James B. Ayres.
Loehlin taught in the Drama Department at Dartmouth College for five years, serving as Director of the London Foreign Study Program, before returning to UT in 1999. Loehlin works with the evolving meaning of plays in performance, both from scholarly and practical perspectives. His books include five studies of plays as texts for performance, centered on "Henry V" (Manchester University Press, 1996), "Romeo and Juliet" (Cambridge University Press, 2002), Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard" (Cambridge, 2006), "Henry IV, Parts I and II" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008), and Marlowe's "Doctor Faustus" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015). He is also author of "The Cambridge Introduction to Chekhov" (2010). He is a winner of the Regents' Outstanding Teaching Award, the Harry Ransom Teaching Award, the Chad Oliver Teaching Award in Plan II and the President's Associates Teaching Award, and is a member of the Academy of Distinguished Teachers. At Winedale, he and his students have done more than fifty productions of Shakespeare's plays.