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EMLS Special Issues
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 18.0707  Saturday, 20 October 2007

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Date:		Thursday, 18 Oct 2007 17:48:02 -0700
Subject:	EMLS Special Issues

EMLS is pleased to announce a double launch of two guest-edited Special 
Issues:

Court culture 1642-1660, EMLS Special Issue 15 (September, 2007) edited 
by Jerome de Groot and Peter Sillitoe.

The Long 1590s, EMLS 13.2/Special Issue 16 (September, 2007) edited by 
Lisa Hopkins and Annaliese Connolly.

As usual, both collections are available for download free-to-air and 
without subscription from http://purl.org/emls.

The contents are as follows:

Court Culture

*    Introduction: Court culture in the 1640s and 1650s. [1] Jerome de 
Groot (University of Manchester) and Peter Sillitoe (University of 
Sheffield).

*    'Hot and eager in courtship': representations of court life in the 
parliamentarian press, 1642-9. [2] Jason Peacey (University College London).

*    The Hague Courts of Elizabeth of Bohemia and Mary Stuart: 
Theatrical and Ceremonial Cultures. [3] Julie Sanders (University of 
Nottingham) and Ann Hughes (Keele University).

*    'Tyer'd in her Banish'd dress': Henrietta Maria in exile. [4] Karen 
Britland (Keele University).

*    'Long, dangerous and expensive journeys': the grooms of the 
bedchamber at Charles II's court in exile. [5] Geoffrey Smith 
(University of Melbourne).

*    Actors and the Court after 1642. [6] John Astington (University of 
Toronto).

*    'Soveraigne Receipts' and the Politics of Beauty in The Queens 
Closet Opened. [7] Edith Snook (University of New Brunswick).

The Long 1590s

*    Foreword. [1] Annaliese Connolly and Lisa Hopkins (Sheffield Hallam 
University).

*    'These latter days of the world': the Correspondence of Elizabeth I 
and James VI, 1590-1603. [2] Rayne Allinson, (Magdalen College, Oxford).

*    'To Love and Be Wise': the Earl of Essex, Humanist Court Culture, 
and England's Learned Queen. [3] Linda Shenk (Iowa State University).

*    'The representing of so strange a power in love': Philip Sidney's 
Legacy of Anti-factionalism. [4] Richard Wood (Sheffield Hallam University).

*    'Et in Arcadia Ego': The Politics of Pirates in the Old Arcadia, 
New Arcadia and Urania. [5] Claire Jowitt (Nottingham Trent University).

*    'You serued God he set you free': Self, Nation, and Celebration in 
the Wager-Voyaging Adventure of Richard Ferris. [6] Michael Manous 
(University of California, Riverside).

*    'Resolve me of all ambiguities': Doctor Faustus and the Failure to 
Unify. [7] Andy Duxfield (Sheffield Hallam University).

*    '[I]ygging vaines' and 'riming mother wits': Marlowe, Clowns and 
the Early Frameworks of Dramatic Authorship. [8] Kirk Melnikoff 
(University of University of North Carolina at Charlotte).

*    Peele's David and Bethsabe: Reconsidering Biblical Drama of the 
Long 1590s. [9] Annaliese Connolly (Sheffield Hallam University).

*    The ' Turk Phenomenon' and the Repertory of the Late Elizabethan 
Playhouse. [10] Mark Hutchings (University of Reading).

*    To Sodomize a Nation: Edward II, Ireland, and the Threat of 
Penetration. [11] Marcie Bianco (Rutgers University).

*    Shakespeare and the Invention of the Heterosexual. [12] Stephen 
Guy-Bray (University of British Columbia).

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