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Shakespeare Studies Volume XXXIX

The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 22.0353  Thursday, 29 December 2011

From:         Harry Keyishian < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >

Date:         December 28, 2011 12:07:27 PM EST

Subject:      Shakespeare Studies Volume XXXIX

 

Volume XXXIX of Shakespeare Studies features a Forum on Shakespeare and Ecology, four articles, and sixteen book reviews.  Shakespeare Studies is edited by Susan Zimmerman and Garrett Sullivan.  Linda Neiberg is Assistant to the Editors.

 

Contents:

 

Foreword: Noel Martin, 1922-2009, by Leeds Barroll

Forum: Shakespeare and Ecology

 

Introduction, by Julian Yates and Garrett Sullivan

 

Economies of Nature in Shakespeare, by Jean E. Feerick

 

The Preternatural Ecology of “A Lover’s Complaint,” by Mary Floyd-Wilson

 

Shakespeare’s Globe and England’s Woods, by Vin Nardizzi

 

Ecosystemic Shakespeare: Vegetable Memorabilia in the Sonnets, by Joshua Calhoun

 

“To fright the animals and to kill them up”: Shakespeare and Ecology, by Sharon O’Dair

 

Shakespeare’s Beach House, or The Green and the Blue in Macbeth, by Steve Mentz

 

Cognitive Ecology as a Framework for Shakespearean Studies, by Evelyn Tribble and John Sutton

 

Shakespeare @ the Limits, by Bruce R. Smith

 

Articles

 

Venus on the Thames, by John H. Astington

 

The French Source of the Earliest Surviving Arabic Hamlet, by Margaret Litvin

 

When Hell Freezes Over: Mount Hecla and Hamlet’s Infernal Geography, by Kristin Poole

 

“To buy, or not to buy”: Hamlet and Consumer Culture, by Emma Smith

Reviews

 

SS XXXIX contains reviews of recent books by Janet Adelman, Julian Bowsher and Pat Miller, Margeta de Grazia, Frances E. Dolan, Valerie Forman, Barbara Fuchs, Timothy Hampton, Jeffrey Knapp, Carole Levin, Nina Livine and David Lee Miller, Monica Matei-Chesnoiu, Bruce R. Smith, Tiffany Stern, Jennifer Summit, and Gustav Ungerer.

 

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