The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 10.0888 Monday, 24 May 1999.
Date: Friday, 21 May 1999 17:06:41 +0100 (BST)
The editors are pleased to announce the latest issue of Renaissance
Forum at http://www.hull.ac.uk/renforum/index.html.
Volume three, number two includes articles by Anja I. Muller on *Bussy
D'Ambois*: the Duel and the Dynamic of Performance; Thomas Worden on The
Rhetoric of Place in Ben Jonson's 'Chorographical' Entertainments and
Masques; and Tristan Marshall on the British Problem and British
Books reviewed include:
Janette Dillon. 1998. Language and Stage in Medieval and Renaissance
England. Cambridge University Press (Mike Pincombe);
John Guy, ed., 1997. The Tudor Monarchy. London: Arnold; Peter Marshall.
The Impact of the English Reformation 1500-1640. London: Arnold. (Thomas
Terence Hawkes, ed. 1996. Alternative Shakespeares Volume 2. London and
New York: Routledge (Mark Dooley);
Lisa Hopkins. 1998. The Shakespearean Marriage: Merry Wives and Heavy
Husbands. Basingstoke: Macmillan / New York: St. Martin's Press (Anita
Anthony S.G. Edwards, Katherine Gardiner Rodgers, and Clarence H.
Miller, eds. 1997. English Poems, Life of Pico, The Last Things. The
Yale Edition of the Complete Works of St. Thomas More, Vol. 1. New Haven
and London: Yale University Press; Gerard B. Wegemer. 1996. Thomas More
on Statesmanship. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America
Press (Romuald I. Lakowski).
Curtis Perry. 1997. The Making of Jacobean Culture: James I and the
Renegotiation of Elizabethan Literary Practice. Cambridge University
Press (Stephen O'Neil).
Andrew Hadfield. 1997. Spenser's Irish Experience: Wilde Fruite and
Salvage Soyl. Oxford: Clarendon Press; Christopher Highley. 1997.
Shakespeare, Spenser, and the Crisis in Ireland. Cambridge University
Press (Tracey Hill).
William Shakespeare. 1998. The First Quarto of Hamlet, ed. Kathleen O.
Irace (The New Cambridge Shakespeare). Cambridge University Press
Harold Weber. 1996. Paper Bullets: Print and Kingship under Charles II.
Kentucky: The University Press of Kentucky (Joad Raymond).
The next volume of Renaissance Forum will be a double issue, and will
include the text of the first annual Chadwyck-Healey Lecture in
Renaissance Studies at the Centre for Renaissance Studies, University of
Hull (details will be announced in the Autumn). Professor Lisa Jardine's
lecture will be entitled 'Renaissance Studies Goes Global at the
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