Arts and Letters Faculty

Stephanie Pietros

Assistant Professor of English


Bachelor of Arts, Providence College
Master of Arts, Master of Philosophy, Fordham University
Doctor of Philosophy, PhD, Fordham University

Office: Aquinas, 120-E
Office Hours: W 10-noon and 1:30-3 pm, and by appointment.
Phone: 845-569-3235


ENG 1020 Forms of Literature
ENG 4144 Special Topics: From the Scroll to the eBook
ENG 4160 Development of the English Language


Stephanie Pietros teaches courses in medieval and early modern language and literature as well as first-year writing and literature courses. A violinist, she plays with the Greater Newburgh Symphony, which performs several times a year at the Mount and other venues throughout the Hudson Valley. She is the faculty advisor to the Literary Society, which produces the Mount's literary magazine, The Ink Spot.

Specialization/Areas of Research Interest

Medieval and early modern literature, especially poetry; manuscript and book culture; interdisciplinary studies in literature and music

Memberships and Professional Associations

American Association of University Professors
Modern Language Association
Shakespeare Association of America


Peer-Reviewed Article, "Anne Bradstreet's 'dear remains': Children and the Creation of Poetic Legacy," Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal 10.1 (Fall 2015): 48-67.

Theater Review, Shakespeare’s Globe’s production of Julius Caesar, Upstart: A Journal of English Renaissance Studies (December 2014):

Book Review, Clive McClelland, "Ombra: Supernatural Music in the Eighteenth Century" (Lanham: Lexington Books, 2012) in Supernatural Studies 1.1 (Summer 2013): 108-110.

Book Review, Brian Robins, "Catch and Glee Culture in Eighteenth-Century England" (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2006) in Early Music America 14.3 (Fall 2008): 54-55.

Theater Review, “The Merry Wives of Windsor at the Lion Theatre in Theatre Row, March 8-29, 2007” in Shakespeare Bulletin 26.1 (2008): 158-161.

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