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Early Modern Literary Studies
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.1170  Monday, 4 July 2005

From:           Sean Lawrence <
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Date:           Monday, 04 Jul 2005 10:03:23 -0300
Subject:        Early Modern Literary Studies

To whom it may concern,

Early Modern Literary Studies is pleased to announce the publication of
its May issue, the first of the eleventh volume.  The table of contents
appears below, and the journal can be accessed free online at
http://purl.oclc.org/emls/emlshome.html

We are also publishing the first of the Early Modern Literary Studies
Text Series, entitled "Early Stuart Libels: an edition of poetry from
manuscript sources." Ed. Alastair Bellany and Andrew McRae. Early Modern
Literary Studies Text Series I (2005).
<http://purl.oclc.org/emls/texts/libels/>

Finally, we are pleased to announce the first winner of the annual
Literature Online Prize. The 2005 Prize goes LaRue Love Sloan, for her
article, "'Caparisoned like the horse': Tongue and Tail in Shakespeare's
The Taming of the Shrew", EMLS 10.2 (September, 2004) 1.1-24 <URL:
http://purl.oclc.org/emls/10-2/sloacapa.htm>.

Yours sincerely
Sean Lawrence
Assistant Editor


Articles:

"Set in portraiture": George Gascoigne, Queen Elizabeth, and Adapting
the Royal Image. [1] Stephen Hamrick, Minnesota State University, Moorhead.

"The Cittie is in an uproare": Staging London in The Booke of Sir Thomas
More. [2] Tracey Hill, Bath Spa University College.

"I Live With Bread Like You": Forms of Inclusion in Richard II. [3]
Aaron Landau, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

Elephants, Englishmen and India: Early Modern Travel Writing and the
Pre-Colonial Moment. [4] M. G. Aune, North Dakota State University.

Intimacy and the Body in Seventeenth-Century Religious Devotion. [5]
James M. Bromley, Loyola University, Chicago.

Mourning Eve, Mourning Milton in Paradise Lost. [6] Elizabeth M. A.
Hodgson, University of British Columbia.

Female Spectacle as Liberation in Margaret Cavendish's Plays. [7] Joyce
Devlin Mosher, Colorado Mountain College.

Book Reviews:

Victoria E. Burke and Jonathan Gibson, eds. Early Modern Women's
Manuscript Writing. Selected Papers from the Trinity/Trent Colloquium.
Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004. [8] David Colclough, Queen Mary, University of
London.

Coursen, H. R. Shakespeare in Space: Recent Shakespeare Productions on
Screen. New York: Peter Lang, 2002. [9] Sujata Iyengar, University of
Georgia.

Susan Castillo and Ivy Schweitzer, eds. The Literatures of Colonial
America: An Anthology. Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell, 2001. [10] Jess
Edwards, Manchester Metropolitan University.

Woolland, Brian, ed. Jonsonians: Living Traditions. Aldershot: Ashgate,
2003. [11] Lucy Munro, Keele University.

Longfellow, Erica. Women and Religious Writing in Early Modern England.
Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. [12] L. E. Semler, University of Sydney.

Matthew Woodcock. Fairy in The Faerie Queene: Renaissance Elf-Fashioning
and Elizabethan Myth-Making. Aldershot and Burlington, VT: Ashgate,
2004. [13] Marion Gibson, University of Exeter.

Theatre Reviews:

All The World's a Stage, sonnets and scenes by Shakespeare and original
work by Hal Cobb, Leonard Ford, and Jerry Guenthner. [14] Amy
Scott-Douglass, Denison University.

Dr Faustus, by Christopher Marlowe at the Liverpool Playhouse, 4th to
26th February 2005. [15] Reviewed by Chris Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam
University.

Twelfth Night at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. [16] Kate Wilkinson,
Sheffield Hallam University.

The Comedy of Errors. Presented by Northern Broadsides at the West
Yorkshire Playhouse and on tour, February - June 2005. [17] Lisa
Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam University.

Antony and Cleopatra by William Shakespeare, performed at the Royal
Exchange Theatre, Manchester, 29 March 2005. [18] Richard Wood,
Sheffield Hallam University.

Cambridge Shakespeare, Etcetera: Spring 2005. [19] Michael Grosvenor Myer.

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