New Issue of Early Modern Culture
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.0288 Friday, 7 April 2006
From: David Siar <
Date: Wednesday, 5 Apr 2006 16:55:54 -0400
Subject: New Issue of Early Modern Culture
The new issue of Early Modern Culture is now on line at <http://
Here is the index:
Christian Thorne: "The Grassy-Green Sea"
Christopher Kendrick: Response
Special Cluster on Early Modern Women
Maureen Quilligan: "When Women Ruled the World: The Glorious Sixteenth
Margaret Ferguson: "Conning the 'Overseers': Women's Illicit Work in
Behn's 'The Adventure of the Black Lady'"
Jill P. Ingram: "A Case for Credit: Isabella Whitney's 'Wyll and
Testament' and the Mock Testament Tradition" Julie Crawford
"Women (Authors) on Top" (A Response to Quilligan, Ferguson, and Ingram)
The Electronic Seminar
Maureen Quilligan: Response to Julie Crawford
Julie Crawford: Response to Maureen Quilligan's Response
Jill P. Ingram: Response to Julie Crawford
Julie Crawford: Response to Jill P. Ingram's Response
Thanks for your attention,
David Siar and Crystal Bartolovich, eds.
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