Jill L. Levenson, PhD ’67, English and American literature and language, is emeritus professor of English at Trinity College at the University of Toronto, where she taught since receiving her doctoral degree. In 1994, Levenson received the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ Outstanding Teacher Award, and in 2004, she received an Undergraduate Teaching Award. Her main area of interest is early modern drama, especially Shakespeare; and she also works in the field of modern drama. In the spring of 2000, her Oxford edition of Romeo and Juliet was published. Earlier, she edited the international quarterly journal Modern Drama for more than a decade. Her current projects include two books: a volume for Oxford University Press about the influence of Shakespeare on modern drama; and a collection of essays co-edited with a former student (now a colleague) for a Routledge series titled The Shakespearean World (2017). As chair of the International Shakespeare Association, she served as convener of the Eighth International Shakespeare Congress in Brisbane, Australia in July 2006, and the Ninth International Shakespeare Congress in Prague, the Czech Republic in July 2011. She is now an honorary vice president of the International Shakespeare Association, and she is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.