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: M 1:30 to 3 pm; W 10-12  and 1:30-3 pm, and by appointment
Phone: 845-569-3235


College Writing 
British Literature
Foundations of Literary Studies


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


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.

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): 49-69, forthcoming

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