The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 9.0789  Thursday, 3 September 1998.

From:           Lisa S. Starks <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Tuesday, 1 Sep 1998 14:02:16 -0500 (CDT)
Subject:        _Post Script_/Shakespeare and Film

Dear Colleagues,

The second of two special issues of _Post Script_ on Shakespeare and
film is now available (T of C below).  If you are interested in
purchasing a copy or ordering the issue for your courses, simply send in
a check to the address provided at the end of this post. You may also
still purchase the first special issue, as there are still some copies
available (T of C below).



_Post Script_ 17.2 (Winter/Spring 1998)
Special Issue: Shakespeare and Film--Derivatives and Variations
Guest Editor, Lisa S. Starks

Lisa S. Starks, Introduction.

Lia Hotchkiss, "Incorporating Word as Image in _Prospero's Books_."

Paul Arthur and Naomi C. Liebler, "Kings of the Road: _My Own Private
Idaho_ and the Traversal of Welles, Shakespeare, and Liminality."

Douglas Lanier, "Now: The Presence of History in _Looking for Richard_."

Michael Morgan Holmes, "New Romantic Shakespeare: AIDS, Poetry, and
Community Survival in Derek Jarman's _The Angelic Conversation_."

Laurie E. Osborne, "Mixing Media in Shakespeare: Animating Tales and
Colliding Modes of Production."

J. Lawrence Guntner, "Expressionist _Hamlet_: The Gade/Nielsen _Hamlet_
(1920) and the History of Shakespeare on Film."

Byron Hawk, review of Peter S. Donaldson, _Shakespearean
Films/Shakespearean Directors_. Boston: Unwin Hyman, 1990.

S. Michael Bowen. Review of Shakespeare's _Macbeth_. Ed. by A.R.
Braunmuller. With commentary by David S. Rodes. The Voyager Shakespeare.
Irvington, NY: Voyager, 1994. CD-ROM for Windows and Macintosh.

Jose Ramon Diaz-Fernandez.  "Shakespeare and Film--Derivatives: A



_Post Script_ 17.1 (Fall 1997)
Shakespeare and Film--Adaptations
Guest Editor, Lisa S. Starks

Lisa S. Starks, Introduction.

Courtney Lehmann, "Kenneth Branagh at the Quilting Point: Shakespeare
Adaptation, Postmodern Auteurism, and the (schizophrenic) fabric of
'everyday life.'"

Ann C. Christensen, "Petruchio's House in Postwar Suburbia: Reinventing
the Domestic Woman (Again)."

Stephen Buhler, "Double Takes: Branagh Gets to _Hamlet_."

Samuel Crowl, "Changing Colors Like the Chameleon: Ian McKellen's
_Richard III_ From Stage to Film."

Lisa S. Starks, "The Veiled (Hot) Bed of Race and Desire: Parker's
_Othello_ and the Stereotype as Screen Fetish."

Lisa S. Starks, "An Interview with Michael Maloney."

Margaret A. Varnell, "A Note on _Richard III_ (1912)."

Jose Ramon Diaz-Fernandez, _Shakespeare on Screen: A Bibliography of
Critical Studies_.


Send your name and address along with $10 (which includes postage) for
U.S. orders, $15 for all orders outside the U.S., to the following

Gerald Duchovnay, Editor
_Post Script_
Department of Literature and Languages
Texas A&M University-Commerce
Commerce, TX  75429

(You must send a check drawn on U.S. bank, made payable to Post Script,
Inc., with a request for the appropriate issue.  The first special issue
is 17.1, "Shakespeare and Film-Adaptations"; the second is 17.2,
"Shakespeare and Film-Derivations and Variations.")

For any further information on ordering the issues, contact Gerald
Duchovnay at <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>.

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