The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.0064 Monday, 12 January 2004
From: Andrew Hartley <
Date: Sunday, 11 Jan 2004 17:04:59 -0500
Subject: SB Special Offer
Dear Fellow SHAKSPEReans,
I wanted to alert you to a pair of special offers aimed at new
subscribers to Shakespeare Bulletin, the journal of Renaissance drama in
performance. This offer is exclusive to users of the SHAKSPER list.
1. For individual subscribers.
Buy a one year subscription now and get a fifth issue free! Send a check
for $25.00 (plus $10.00 if you live outside the United States) to the
address below with a note referencing this offer, and we will begin your
subscription with our inaugural issue which contains an extended piece
by Cary Mazer on dramaturging The Merchant of Venice, alongside more
traditionally academic pieces by scholars such as John Ford (on staging
gender in The Globe's recent Twelfth Night), Virginia Mason Vaughn and
Lisa Hopkins (on Taymor's Titus) as well as numerous book, film and
2. For Institutions.
If you believe that your institution may be interested in starting a
subscription to SB, write to this e-mail address including the name of
your institution and your mailing address and we will send you a free
issue of SB, on the understanding that you will show it to your
institution and ask them to subscribe.
Both offers are for a limited time and will last only as long as stocks
Our up-coming winter issue, along with the usual extensive selection of
theatre, book and film reviews, contains work by Paul Yachnin (on King
Lear on the Jewish stage) , Sarah Werner (on the body of the boy actor
in Henry V) and Jonathan Kamholtz (on staging Ben Jonson). In spring we
will publish our first special issue which will focus on the theory and
practice of staged readings.
Subscription costs ($25.00 per quarterly year for individuals, $35.00
for institutions, with a $10.00 surcharge for overseas mail) are payable
by check to Shakespeare Bulletin, English dept. University of West
Georgia, Carrollton, GA, 30118, or through subscription services such as
Blackwell's, EBSCO, Faxon, Karger Libri, and Swets.
I hope you will consider a subscription for yourself or your
institution, and invite you to consider SB as a publication source for
your best performance work. For inquiries about specific departments,
please contact the appropriate editor directly.
Theatre Reviews: Jeremy Lopez (
Book Reviews: Genevieve Love (
Shakespeare in Film: Kirk Melnikoff (
University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118
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