The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.0103  Thursday, 18 January 2001

From:           Peter Greenfield <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Tuesday, 16 Jan 2001 13:33:44 -0800
Subject:        TOC: RORD 2001

Greetings from the new editor of RORD!

The contents of the 2001 issue of Research Opportunities in Renaissance
Drama appear below. Increases in printing and mailing costs have put
financial pressure on the journal; I would like to encourage continuing
subscribers to renew their subscriptions for 2001 if they have not
already done so. New subscribers from the SHAKSPER family are certainly
welcome. Members of the Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society receive
RORD as a feature of membership. For information on subscribing and/or
joining MRDS, please see the RORD website:

Kate D. Levin, "Playing with Lyly: Theatrical Criticism and
Non-Shakespearean Drama"
Richard Levin, "Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay, John of Bordeaux, and the
1683 Edition of The History of Friar Bacon"
Matthew Steggle, "The New Academy and the New Exchange"
N. W. Bawcutt, "Renaissance Dramatists and the Texts of their Plays"
Elizabeth Schafer, "Census of Renaissance Drama Productions" (covering
the past
two years)
Denise Ryan, "Women, Sponsorship and the Early Civic Stage: Chester's
Wives and the Lost Assumption Play"
Leanne Groeneveld, "Christ as Image in the Croxton Play of the
Katie Normington, "Reviving the Royal National Theatre's The Mysteries"
Barbara I. Gusick, "The York Millenium Mystery Plays"
Peter Greenfield, "Census of Medieval Drama Productions"

Peter Greenfield, editor
University of Puget Sound

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