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Early Modern Culture
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 20.0059  Wednesday, 18 February 2009

From:      David Siar <
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Date:      Monday, 16 Feb 2009 19:48:07 -0500
Subject:   New Issue of Early Modern Culture

The new special issue of Early Modern Culture, entitled "Vagrant 
Subjects," is now on line at:

http://emc.eserver.org

Here is the index:

Linda Woodbridge:
Introduction

Patricia Fumerton:
"Mocking Aristocratic Place: The Perspective of the Streets"

Sandra Logan:
"Fright Flight and the Suffering City: Mobility, Catastrophe, and the 
State of Emergency"

Martine van Elk:
"'She would tell none other tale': Narrative Strategies in the Bridewell 
Court Books and the Rogue Literature of the Early Modern Period"

A. L. Beier:
"From the Organic Society to Utopian Civic Virtue: Reforming the Poor 
and Re-Forming the Social Order in England, 1500-1550"

Craig Dionne:
"'Now For the Lords' Sake': Vagrancy, Downward Mobility, and Low 
Aesthetics" (Response to Fumerton, Logan, van Elk, and Beier)

The Electronic Seminar

Patricia Fumerton:
Response to Craig Dionne

Sandra Logan:
Response to Linda Woodbridge and Craig Dionne

The Editors

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