The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.0753  Tuesday, 22 April 2003

From:           Tom Berger <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>>
Date:           Tuesday, 22 Apr 2003 11:17:10 -0400
Subject:        Malone Society Panel at Renaissance Society of America

Call for Papers:
Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting
New York City, March 25-27, 2004

The Malone Society invites abstracts for papers on Early Modern English
Drama, 1475 - 1660.  Papers may consider such topics as drama in
manuscript; drama as it moves from manuscript to print; printing house
practises relating to drama; public, private, court, and academic drama
and their possible interrelationships.

Please submit a 200-250 word abstract, with a brief CV (one page), by
June 1, 2003.  Acceptances will be e-mailed before mid-June.  Anyone
whose proposal is accepted is required to be a member of the RSA at the
time of registration for the New York meeting.

E-mail abstracts and CV's to:
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Or mail them to:
Thomas L. Berger
Flat 8
74 Marquess Road
London N1 2PY
Fax:  (020) 7405-6707

Malone Society home page:  www.smuc.ac.uk/malone

The Malone Society is named after Edmond Malone, editor of the first
variorum edition of Shakespeare. Since its foundation in 1906, its
purpose has been to make more accessible the materials essential for the
study of English Renaissance drama. Its publications are renowned for
their meticulous scholarship and high standard of accuracy, and are
indispensable to students of early drama, and to university libraries
providing resources in the fields of English Renaissance literature and
theatre history.

The Society, a registered charity, publishes editions of sixteenth- and
seventeenth-century plays from manuscript, photographic facsimile
editions of printed plays of the period, and editions of original
documents relating to Renaissance theatre and drama. Recent volumes
include: newly discovered plays (The Wisest have Their Fools about
Them); Shakespeare Quarto Facsimiles (Romeo and Juliet); works by
canonical authors (Gallathea and Sapho and Phao by John Lyly and Thomas
Middleton's A Game at Chess); rare or otherwise inaccessible texts (The
Country Captain by William Cavendish); drama of the early sixteenth
century (Two Moral Interludes) and various collections of documents
relating to the drama of the period.

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