Bibliography on Historical Approaches
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0044. Monday, 23 January, 1995.
From: Douglas M Lanier <
Date: Saturday, 21 Jan 1995 13:43:43 -0500 (EST)
Three months ago, I asked SHAKSPER members for help in concocting a
bibliography on historical approaches to Renaissance literature (in conjunction
with a graduate course I'm offering this semester). I promised at the time to
share the bibliography with interested SHAKSPER subscribers. If you want an
e-copy, send me your name and e-address (my address is
Please send your request to me and NOT to the SHAKSPER group.
Some caveats: this bibliography is geared to graduate students at UNH in this
particular course and to the limited resources of our research library (i.e., I
make no representations of completeness); since the class is finally a
literary-critical one, the bibliography is weighted heavily in that direction;
the divisions I've made in the materials--again, geared to my syllabus--are to
some extent arbitrary. I'd be grateful for additions or corrections, but not
My thanks to those who gave suggestions--I deeply appreciate the help and
encouragement many offered.