The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 26.537 Tuesday, 24 November 2015
Date: November 19, 2015 at 4:14:54 PM EST
Subject: Critical Survey: New Issue
Dear Hardy Cook,
I am writing to you from Berghahn Journals, the publisher of Critical Survey (http://journals.berghahnbooks.com/cs/), a peer-reviewed literary studies journal that has dedicated many of its issues to Shakespeare. Our recent issue (Volume 27, Issue 1) would be of great interest to your email list. Would it be possible to post the TOCs to the list? I have attached it for you.
Other Issues of Interest:
We also have a free virtual issue dedicated to Shakespeare. Please feel free to circulate this link to your members :
Berghahn Journals is pleased to announce that the latest issue of Critical Survey has been published. This issue explores the following topics: the sports and leisure activities of Lewis Carroll, ecofeminist critical thinking in William Shakespeare's female characters, how Shakespeare transforms his early picture of female virtue, examples of emotion and perception in a number of Shakespearean dramas, and Beckett's dramatic presentation of a face alone in the dark.
Please visit the Berghahn website for more information about the journal: www.journals.berghahnbooks.com/cs
Current Issue: Volume 27, Issue 1
Aquatics, Play, and Eroticism: Beside the Seaside with Lewis Carroll
The Nature of Gender: Are Juliet, Desdemona and Cordelia to their Fathers as Nature is to Culture?
GORDANA GALIĆKAKKONEN and ANA PENJACK
Going Rogue: Bianca at Large
Compassionate Perception and Touching Experiences in Shakespearean Drama
ANNE SOPHIE REFSKOU
'of all things a face appeared': Reading Faces in Samuel Beckett's That Time
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