Sharon Friedman’s teaching and research interests are in the areas of literary and dramatic criticism, feminist criticism, theories of adaptation, and critical writing across the curriculum. Her publications include an edited volume entitled Feminist Theatrical Revisions of Classic Works (McFarland, 2008) and numerous essays including “Feminism as Theme in Twentieth-Century American Women’s Drama” in American Studies , “Revisioning the Woman’s Part in Paula Vogel’s Desdemona ” in New Theatre Quarterly , “Honor or Virtue Unrewarded: Susan Glaspell’s Challenge to Ideologies of Sexual Conduct and the Discourse of Intimacy” in New England Theatre Journal , “‘Sounds Indistinguishable from Sights’: Staging Subjectivity in Katie Mitchell’s Waves ” in Text and Presentation , and “The Gendered Terrain in Contemporary Theatre of War by Women” in Theatre Journal . Other essays have appeared in Contemporary Authors Bibliographical Series: American Dramatists , TDR , Women and Performance , Susan Glaspell: Essays on her Theater and Fiction , and Codifying the National Self: Spectators, Actors, and the American Dramatic Text . She has also co-authored Writing and Thinking in the Social Sciences . Her courses include “Revisioning the Classics,” Literary Forms and the Craft of Criticism,” “Text and Performance” (co-taught with Professor Julie Malnig), “The Art of the Personal Essay,” and Fictionalizing History/Historicizing Fiction.” In 1988, she was the recipient of New York University’s Distinguished Teaching Award.