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New Series on Early Modern Drama
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1986  Tuesday, 31 October 2000.

From:           H. M. Ostovich <
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Date:           Thursday, 26 Oct 2000 12:07:15 -0500
Subject:        New Series on Early Modern Drama

Announcing a new series from Ashgate Publishing Company-Studies in
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Series Editor:
Helen Ostovich, McMaster University

This series presents original research on theatre histories and
performance histories; the time period covered is from about 1500 to the
early 18th century.  Studies in which women's activities are a central
feature of discussion are especially of interest; this may include women
as financial or technical support (patrons, musicians, dancers,
seamstresses, wig-makers) or house support staff (e.g., gatherers),
rather than performance per se.  We also welcome critiques of early
modern drama that take into account the production values of the plays
and rely on period records of performance.

Proposals should take the form of either

1. a preliminary letter of inquiry, briefly describing the project; or
2. a formal prospectus including:  abstract, table of contents, sample
chapter, estimate of length, estimate of the number and type of
illustrations to be included, and a c.v.

Please send a copy of either type of proposal to both the series editor
and the publisher, at the addresses below:

Professor Helen Ostovich
Dept of English, CNH-321
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON  L8S 4L9  Canada
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Erika Gaffney
Ashgate Publishing Company
131 Main Street
Burlington, VT  05401-5600  USA

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academic research in the humanities and Social sciences.  An
independent, privately owned company, Ashgate has marketing,
distribution and editorial facilities in Europe, the United States, East
Asia and Australia.  For more information, visit the web site at

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