The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 10.1723  Monday, 11 October 1999.

From:           Hardy M. Cook <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Monday, October 11, 1999
Subject:        The SHAKSPER Editorial Advisory Board

A few weeks ago, I announced my decision to establish a SHAKSPER
Editorial Advisory Board to advise me about essays that will be mounted
on the SHAKSPER archive and available on the SHAKSPER web site when it
is available.

This does NOT mean that I am establishing an electronic peer-reviewed
journal. Quite the contrary,  many of these paper may be drafts that are
not yet ready for publication. Others could be SAA seminar papers,
posted on SHAKSPER so that the author will not need to respond to every
request for a copy. Others could be pre-prints, post-prints, or works in

My major concern is that the level of discourse of the available papers
be such that they represent SHAKSPER well to the scholarly community at

Below are the brief biographies of the member of the SHAKSPER Editorial
Advisory Board. I am still retaining my now Senior Advisory Board,
established to advise me on issue of policy and matters for which I feel
the need of input from representative member of the Conference. The
members of the Senior Advisory Board are also appended below.

The SHAKSPER Editorial Advisory Board

Boris, Edna Z. <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Professor of English at LaGuardia Community College, City University of
New York. Founder and director of Words/Worth Associates, Inc., which
provides writing skills and management skills training programs for
lawyers and other business professionals.  Author of Shakespeare's
English Kings, the People, and the Law: A Study in the Relationship
Between the Tudor Constitution and the English History Plays (Associated
University Presses).  An article about "C.R.A.S.S. Summer of 1995"
appeared in Shakespeare and the Classroom (spring 1996).  An article on
"Teaching Shakespeare: Non-Traditional Research Topics" appeared in The
Shakespeare Newsletter in the spring of 1993.  Another
Shakespeare-related publication includes "To Soliloquize or Not to
Soliloquize." Q/W/E/R/T/Y, Arts, Litt 

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