The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.1073 Tuesday, 5 December 2006
From: Sean Lawrence <
Date: Monday, 04 Dec 2006 20:34:06 -0800
Subject: EMLS 12.2
The latest issue of Early Modern Literary Studies (12.2) is now
available online at http://purl.org/emls/emlshome.html
The table of contents follows, below. EMLS invites contributions of
critical essays on literary topics and of interdisciplinary studies
which centre on literature and literary culture in English during the
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Contributions, including critical
essays and studies (which should be accompanied by a 250 word abstract),
bibliographies, notices, letters, and other materials, may be submitted
to the Editor by email at
or by regular mail to Dr
Matthew Steggle, Early Modern Literary Studies, School of Cultural
Studies, Sheffield Hallam University, Collegiate Crescent Campus,
Sheffield, S10 2BP, U.K.
As of last month, the main site of EMLS has moved from
http://www.shu.ac.uk/emls to http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls. This doesn't
affect the official addresses of items in the journal, which still all
start http://purl.org/emls; nor does it adversely affect existing
citations or hotlinks which begin http:/ www.shu.ac.uk/emls, since all
such links redirect seamlessly to the new site; nor does it affect any
of the journal's numerous mirrors, archives, and syndicated versions
such as those captured by LOCKSS (www.lockss.org). In taking seriously
the long-term preservation of its data, EMLS is and intends to remain at
the forefront of open-access humanities ejournals.
The Prince of Rays: Spectacular Invisibility in Spenser's The Faerie
Queene. Lisa Dickson, University of North British Columbia.
"Headdie Ryots" as Reformations: Marlowe's Libertine Poetics. Helga
Duncan, Stonehill College.
Beggary/Buggery and Oedipal Conflict in Thomas Middleton's The Phoenix.
Patrick J. Cook, George Washington University.
The Banality of History in Troilus and Cressida. Andrew Griffin,
Marketing Luxury at the New Exchange: Jonson's Entertainment at
Britain's Burse and the Rhetoric of Wonder. Alison Scott, Macquarie
Signifying Nothing? A Secondary Analysis of the Claremont Authorship
Debates. Gray Scott, University of California, Riverside.
'My Souls Anatomiste': Richard Baxter, Katherine Gell and Letters of the
Heart. Alison Searle, Queen Mary, University of London.
Douglas A. Brooks, ed. Printing and Parenting in Early Modern England.
Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005. Alison Searle, Queen Mary, University of London.
Arielle Saiber. Giordano Bruno and the Geometry of Language. Aldershot:
Ashgate, 2005. Matthew C. Hansen, Boise State University.
Stephen B. Dobranski. Readers and Authorship in Early Modern England.
Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2005. Katrin Ettenhuber, Christ's College,
Verna A. Foster. The Name and Nature of Tragicomedy. Aldershot:
Ashgate, 2004. Lucy Munro, Keele University.
William M. Hamlin. Tragedy and Scepticism in Shakespeare's England.
Early Modern Literature in History Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan,
2005. Dermot Cavanagh, University of Edinburgh.
Gerard Kilroy. Edmund Campion: Memory and Transcription. Aldershot:
Ashgate, 2005. Jason Scott-Warren, University of Cambridge.
Arthur F. Marotti. Religious Ideology and Cultural Fantasy: Catholic and
Anti-Catholic Discourses in Early Modern England Notre Dame, Indiana: U
of Notre Dame P, 2005. Alison Shell, University of Durham.
Charles Martindale and A.B. Taylor, eds. Shakespeare and the Classics.
Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. Nicholas Moschovakis, Reed College.
Paola Pugliatti. Beggary and Theatre in Early Modern England. Aldershot,
Hants: Ashgate, 2003. Richard Dutton and Jean E. Howard, eds. A
Companion to Shakespeare's Works: Volume 1, the Tragedies. Oxford:
Blackwell, 2003. Chris Fitter, Rutgers University at Camden.
Richard Wilson. Secret Shakespeare: studies in theatre, religion and
resistance. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2004. James
Ellison, University of Dundee.
Reviewing Information and Books Received for Review.
Review of Cambridge Shakespeare, Summer 2006. Reviewed by Michael
The Course of True Love. Reviewed by Annaliese Connolly, Sheffield
Hamlet, presented at the Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 4
March - 7 May 2006. M. G. Aune, North Dakota State University, and Seth
Archer, North Dakota State University.
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