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Timothy Ryan Day

Assistant Professor
Saint Louis University

Timothy Ryan Day is the author of the academic monograph Shakespeare and the Evolution of the Human Umwelt (Routledge 2021), the novel Big Sky (Adelaide 2020), and the poetry collection Green and Grey (Lemon Street Press 2019). He teaches Ecocrticism, Shakespeare, and Narrative Scholarship at Saint Louis University’s Madrid campus.


Timothy Ryan Day was born in Oklahoma, and grew up predominately in Chicago after stops in Colorado, Texas, and Georgia. He studied in Iowa City, Chicago, Madrid, and Tempe. He has taught at University’s in Spain, China, and the United States. He currently resides in Spain where he works as a professor and writes.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    His research is focused on ecocriticism, Shakespeare, and narrative scholarship. He is particularly interested in the space where creative and academic works meet.

Personal Interests

    Music, books and fungi.



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Green Letters

With parted eye: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Richard Powers’ Orfeo, and Biosemiotics

Published: Jan 20, 2021 by Green Letters
Authors: Day, Timothy
Subjects: Literature

An Biosemiotic and narrative analysis of Richard Powers’ Orfeo, Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Chicago’s Theater on the Lake.