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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 21.0199 Thursday, 20 May 2010
From: Alexander Huang <
Issue 4.2 of _Borrowers and Lenders: The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation_ has gone live. "Asian Shakespeares on Screen: Two Films in Perspective," edited by Alex Huang, contains 14 multimedia essays on Maqbool and The Banquet, films inspired by Macbeth and Hamlet.
To view the issue, go to http://www.borrowers.uga.edu <http://www.borrowers.uga.edu/> and click on "Current Issue." The essays are available in PDF and web formats, though only the web version contains film clips.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Time Lord of Infinite Space: Celebrity Casting, Romanticism, and British Identity in the RSC's "Doctor Who Hamlet"
"Nisht kayn Desdemona, nisht kayn Dzulieta": Yiddish Adaptations of The Merchant of Venice and the Early Modern Father-Daughter Bond
"Asian Shakespeares on Screen: Two Films in Perspective," edited by Alex Huang
Extending the Filmic Canon: The Banquet and Maqbool
Shakespeare: It's What's for Dinner
The Banquet as Cinematic Romance
Spectator Violence and Queenly Desire in The Banquet
A Thousand Universes: Zhang Ziyi in Feng Xiaogang's The Banquet
Martial Arts and Masculine Identity in Feng Xiaogang's The Banquet
Interiority, Masks, and The Banquet
Woodcocks to Springes: Generic Disjunction in The Banquet
"Mak[ing] . . . Strange / Even to the disposition that I owe": Vishal Bharadwaj's Maqbool
Dharma and Violence in Mumbai
Maqbool and Bollywood Conventions
Indigenizing Macbeth: Vishal Bhardwaj's Maqbool
What If Lady Macbeth Were Pregnant?: Amativeness, Procreation, and Future Dynasty in Maqbool
From Ethnographic Impulses to Apocalyptic Endings: Bharadwaj's Maqbool and Kurosawa's Throne of Blood in Comparative Context
The Banquet: A Glossary
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