The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.1768 Thursday, 20 October 2005
From: Matthew Steggle <
Date: Wednesday, 19 Oct 2005 11:10:58 +0100
Early Modern Literary Studies is pleased to announce the appearance of
its September 2005 issue (11.2), which can be found at
The table of contents appears below.
The journal continues to welcome articles, notes, reviews and theatre
reviewers. Articles and notes should be sent to the Editor, Dr Matt
Steggle (either by post at Sheffield Hallam University, Montgomery
House, 32 Collegiate Crescent, Collegiate Campus, Sheffield S10 2BJ,
United Kingdom, or by electronic mail at
of book reviews to the Reviews Editor, Dr James Doelman
); and offers of theatre reviews to the theatre
reviews editor, Dr Roberta Barker (
Historicising Shakespeare's Richard II: Current Events, Dating, and the
Sabotage of Essex.  Chris Fitter, Rutgers University.
An Italian Werewolf in London: Lycanthropy and The Duchess of Malfi. 
Brett D. Hirsch, University of Western Australia.
"Now let my language speake": The Authorship, Rewriting, and Audience(s)
of Jane Cavendish and Elizabeth Brackley.  Alexandra G. Bennett,
Northern Illinois University.
Appropriating and Attributing the Supernatural in the Early Modern
Country House Poem.  A. D. Cousins and R. J. Webb, Macquarie University.
Milton's Joban Phoenix in Samson Agonistes.  Sanford Budick, the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
May, Steven W. and William A. Ringler, Jr., Eds. Elizabethan Poetry: A
Bibliography and First-line Index of English Verse, 1559-1603. 3 vols.
London and New York: Thoemmes Continuum, 2004.  Douglas Bruster, The
University of Texas at Austin.
King, Andrew. The Faerie Queene and Middle English Romance: The Matter
of Just Memory. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2000.  Joshua Phillips, University
Fowler, Elizabeth. Literary Character: The Human Figure in Early
English Writing. Ithaca and London: Cornell UP, 2003.  Jane Grogan,
Pennsylvania State University.
Ivic, Christopher and Grant Williams, eds. Forgetting in Early Modern
English Literature and Culture: Lethe's Legacies. London and New York:
Routledge, 2004.  Anita Gilman Sherman, American University.
Scott, Maria M. Re-Presenting 'Jane' Shore: Harlot and Heroine.
Aldershot and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2005.  Matthew Woodcock,
University of East Anglia.
Dutton, Richard and Jean E. Howard, eds. A Companion to Shakespeare's
Works, Volume III: The Comedies. Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.  Todd
Lidh, Flagler College.
Panek, Jennifer. Widows and Suitors in Early Modern English Comedy.
Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004.  Kathryn Jacobs, Texas A & M - C.
Reviewing information and books received for review.
Sir Thomas More, by Anthony Munday, William Shakespeare and others. 
Royal Shakespeare Company at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon, May
2005. Chris Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam University.
Cambridge Shakespeare: Summer 2005.  Michael Grosvenor Myer.
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