The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1453 Monday, 7 August 2000.
From: Frank Whigham <
Date: Friday, 28 Jul 2000 14:11:42 -0500
Subject: TOC: ELR 30, no. 2
Subtitle of Spring 2000 issue: Re-Contextualizing Shakespeare
Michael Torrye, "'The plain devil and dissembling looks': Ambivalent
Physignomy and Shakespeare's _Richard III_"
Christ Fitter, "'The quarrel is between our masters and us their men':
_Romeo and Juliet_, Dearth, and the London Riots"
Philip D. Collington, "'I Would Thy Husband Were Dead': _The Merry Wives
of Windsor_ as Mock Domestic Tragedy"
Ken Jackson, "'I know not/ Where I did lodge last night?" _King Lear_
and the Search for Bethlem (Bedlam) Hospital"
Ian Munro, "The City and Its Double: Plague Time in Early Modern
Susannah Brietz Monta, "'Thou fall'st a blessed martyr': Shakespeare's
_Henry VIII_ and the Polemics of Conscience"
Valerie Traub, "Recent Studies in Homoeroticism"
Elizabeth H. Hageman
July 28, 2000