The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0590 Wednesday, 24 June 1998.
From: Andrew M. Butler <
Date: Tuesday, 23 Jun 1998 18:15:39 +0100
Subject: Renaissance Forum 3:1
In Volume 3 Number 1 there are articles by James Fitzmaurice on Jane
Barker and the Tree of Knowledge at Cambridge University, Lisa Hopkins
on Knowing their loves: knowledge, ignorance, and blindness in *'Tis
Pity She's a Whore* and Andrew Stewart on Some Uses for Romance:
Shakespeare's *Cymbeline* and Jonson's *The New Inn*, plus reviews by
Dan Cavanagh, Nathon Dyche, Robert C. Evans, Elaine Hobby, Mark S. R.
Jenner, Tristan Marshall of books by Howard Erskine-Hill, Keith Lindley,
Lawrence Manley, Claire McEachern and Peter E McCullough and edited by
*Renaissance Forum* is an electronic interdisciplinary refereed journal
specialising in early-modern English literary and historical scholarship
and in the critical methodologies of these fields. The journal is
published biannually by an editorial board based in the Departments of
English and History at the University of Hull (Robin Headlam Wells,
Glenn Burgess, Lorna Hutson and Rowland Wymer).
Contributions of two main kinds are invited: scholarly articles of up to
6,000 words on any aspect of early modern English literature and/or
history; and considered responses of up to 4,000 words to articles
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