Meghan Andrews Death – Meghan Andrews, an associate professor of English at Lycoming College, and specialist in Shakespeare has passed away suddenly. Meghan Andrews of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania was announced dead on Tuesday, the 20th of June 2023. She died at the age of 36. Dr Andrews was tenacious, curious and always mastered what she did very quickly. She was deeply passionate and her sense of humour was a gift to all those who knew her. No cause of death was reported for Meghan Andrews at the time of this publication.
Lycoming College released a statement regarding the passing of Meghan Andrews, PhD, associate professor of English: “It is with great sadness that Lycoming College shares the passing of Meghan Andrews, PhD, associate professor of English, on Tuesday, June 20, 2023.” Thoughts and prayers are with her friends, family and the entire Lycoming College student and teachers during this difficult time.
In the words of Sascha Feinstein, Ph.D., Robert L. and Charlene Shangraw professor of English and creative writing and chair of the English department: “Those who knew Meghan Andrews, who died yesterday at 36, will forever have a spiritual challenge to live fully and to eschew self-pity…It is startling how trenchant grief can be even when tragedy has been so telegraphed. But this will dissipate, I’m sure, as those who knew her to indulge in the deluge of fabulous memories that Meghan created in her short time with us. Hers is a dazzling spirit to be revered.”
Who was Meghan Andrews?
Meghan C. Andrews joined Lycoming College in 2015. She obtained an A.B. from Brown University and an M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. Recognized for her outstanding teaching abilities, she was honoured with Lycoming’s Junior Faculty Teaching Award in 2019. Currently serving as an Associate Professor of English at Lycoming College, Dr Meghan C. Andrews focuses on teaching courses centred around Shakespeare and Renaissance literature.
Her ongoing book project delves into the influence of Shakespeare’s social networks and institutional affiliations on his dramatic works. Moreover, her research interests extend to the history of the book, gender studies, and sexuality studies. Dr Andrews has had her work featured or scheduled for publication in prestigious journals such as Shakespeare Quarterly, Renaissance Drama, SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, Early Theatre, Texas Studies in Literature and Language, and Marlowe Studies: An Annual.
The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Meghan Andrews.
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