The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 8.1238. Wednesday, 17 December 1997.
From: Andrew M. Butler <
Date: Wednesday, 17 Dec 1997 10:19:30 +0000
Subject: Renaissance Forum 2: 2
The editors are pleased to announce the Autumn 1997 issue of
*Renaissance Forum*. The journal is available on the World Wide Webfrom:
In volume two, number two: Steve Longstaffe asks 'What is the English
history play and why are they saying such terrible things about it?',
David Siar investigates 'Jean E. Howard's Postmodern Marxist Feminism
and the Economic Last Instance' and Anny Crunelle-Vanrigh offers a
Kristevan view of Hamlet's First Soliloquy.
Plus reviews by Nick Cox, J. C. Davis, Lisa Hopkins, Romauld I.
Lakowski, Mark E. C. Perrott, Jeffrey Powers-Beck and J. A. Sharpe of
books by or edited by Simon Barker, David Bevington, David Cressy,
Christopher Durston and Jacqueline Eales, R.A. Foakes, Sean Kelsey,
William Lamont, Diarmaid MacCulloch, Julia Reinhard Lupton, Derek Roper,
John Russell Brown, David L. Smith, Richard Strier and David Bevington,
and Michael Taylor.
Submissions for future issues may be sent to the technical editor by
email in most formats-PC or Mac, Word, Word Perfect or ASCII, UUENCODED,
Zipped, BinHex or attached files. Please enclose a brief abstract with
your article. For queries on acceptable formats, editorial policy or how
to become a reviewer please email:
Potential reviewers should enclose a brief c.v. If you have sent an
article by email and have not received a reply within two weeks, then
please notify the same address, without resending the article.
Submissions may also be sent by conventional mail on disk, preferably 3
1/2 inch disk, along with three print outs and a brief abstract. For
Robin Headlam Wells
Editors, *Renaissance Forum*