The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 21.0188  Monday, 3 May 2010

From:         Sean Lawrence <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:         April 28, 2010 9:47:00 PM EDT
Subject:      New Edition of EMLS Available

To whom it may concern: 

Issue 15.1 of _EMLS_ has been posted. As usual, it is available for download free and without subscription at the following web address: http://purl.org/emls

The table of contents follows. 

Sean Lawrence

Early Modern Literary Studies 15.1 (2009-10)


Iago and Equivocation: The Seduction and Damnation of Othello. [1] R. M. Christofides, Independent Scholar.

Style, statistics, and new models of authorship. [2] Hugh Craig, University of Newcastle.
Coriolanus and the Paradox of Place. [3] Doug Eskew, Colorado State University-Pueblo.

"Away, Stand off, I say": Women's Appropriations of Restraint and Constraint in The Birth of Merlin and The Devil is an Ass. [4] Sarah E. Johnson, McMaster University.

Salerio, Solanio, and "all the boys in Venice". [5] Mark Jones, Trinity Christian College.

"A cypress, not a bosom, hides my heart": Olivia's Veiled Conversions. [6] Amy L. Smith, Kalamazoo College, and Elizabeth Hodgson, University of British Columbia.

"Have I Caught Thee?": Cordelia and the Runaway Jesus. [7] Robert W. Reeder, Providence College.

Poetic Statesmanship and the Politics of Patronage in the Early Tudor Court: Material Concerns of John Skelton's Early Career as a Critical Context for the Interpretation of The Bowge of Courte. [8] Ray Siemens, University of Victoria.

Tyrant, Thy Name is King: The Tragedy of Tiberius and Neo-Stoic Taciteanism. [9] Iclal Cetin, State University of New York Fredonia.


Bradin Cormack, A Power to Do Justice: Jurisdiction, English Literature, and the Rise of Common Law, 1509-1625. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2007; Lorna Hutson, The Invention of Suspicion: Law and Mimesis in Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2007; Dennis Kezar, ed., Solon and Thespis: Law and Theater in the English Renaissance. Notre Dame IN: U of Notre Dame P, 2007; Elliott Visconsi, Lines of Equity: Literature and the Origins of Law in Later Stuart England. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2008. [10] Curtis Perry, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.


Janet Bertsch. Storytelling in the Works of Bunyan, Grimmelshausen, Defoe, and Schnabel. Rochester: Camden House, 2004.  [11] Gerd Bayer, Erlangen University.

Sylvia Adamson, Gavin Alexander, and Katrin Ettenhuber, eds. Renaissance Figures of Speech. [12] Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007. Melissa Hudler, Lamar University and Anglia Ruskin University. 

Heather Wolfe, ed. The Literary Career and Legacy of Elizabeth Cary, 1613-1680. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. [13] Daniel J. Cadman, Sheffield Hallam University.

Keith Brown. Sightings: Selected Literary Essays. Ed. Erik Tonning. Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang, 2008. [14] W. L. Godshalk, University of Cincinnati.

Paul A. Kottman. A Politics of the Scene. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2007. [15] Renuka Gusain, Wayne State University.

Donald Stump and Susan M. Felch, eds. Elizabeth I and Her Age. New York: W. W. Norton, 2009. [16] Lisa Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam University.

Sujata Iyengar. Shades of Difference. Mythologies of Skin Color in Early Modern England. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2005. [17] Anu Korhonen, University of Helsinki.

Patrick Cheney. Shakespeare's Literary Authorship. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2008. [18] Jonathan P. Lamb, The University of Texas at Austin.

Helen Ostovich, Mary V. Silcox, and Graham Roebuck (eds.), The Mysterious and the Foreign in Early Modern England. Newark: U of Delaware P, 2008. [19] David McInnis, University of Melbourne.

Chanita Goldblatt and Howard Kreisel, eds. Tradition, Heterodoxy and Religious Culture: Judaism and Christianity in the Early Modern Period. Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion U of the Negev P, 2006.  [20] Bradford McCall, Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Barbara Ravelhofer. The Early Stuart Masque: Dance Costume and Music. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006. [21] Lesley Mickel, Glasgow University.

Joseph Black, ed. The Martin Marprelate Tracts. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2008. [22] Joseph Navitsky, University of Southern Mississippi.

Regina Schwartz. Sacramental Poetics at the Dawn of Secularism: When God Left the World. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2008. [23] Joseph Sterrett, Cardiff University, Wales.

Stephen M. Fallon. Milton's Peculiar Grace: Self-Representation and Authority. Ithaca and London: Cornell UP, 2007. [24] David V. Urban, Calvin College.

Sharon Cadman Seelig. Autobiography and Gender in Early Modern Literature: Reading Women's Lives 1600-1680 . Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2006. Kate Chedgzoy. Women's Writing in the British Atlantic World, Memory, Place and History, 1550-1700 . Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007. [25] Paul Salzman, La Trobe University.

Nigel Smith. Is Milton Better Than Shakespeare? Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, 2008. [26] William Walker, University of New South Wales.

The English Poems of George Herbert. Ed. Helen Wilcox. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2007. [27] P.G. Stanwood, University of British Columbia.

Theatre Reviews: 

A New Way to Pay Old Debts, presented by the University of Tampa Department of Speech, Theater and Dance at the David Falk Theater, Tampa, FL, 27-29 March 2009. Lizz Angello, University of South Florida. [28]

Julius Caesar, presented at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, Ontario, 6 June-17 October 2009. M. G. Aune, California University of Pennsylvania. [29]

Dido Queen of Carthage presented by the National Theatre at the Cottesloe Theatre, London, March-June 2009. [30]Chris Butler, Sheffield Hallam University.

Troilus and Cressida presented at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London, 13th August 2009, Julia Daly.[31] 

Macbeth, Julius Caesar, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Bartholomew Fair, performed by the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, Ontario, June-October 2009. Jonathan Goossen, Dalhousie University. [32] 

Twelfth Night, presented by the St. Petersburg Little Theatre, St. Petersburg, Florida, June 12-28, 2009. Cameron Hunt McNabb, University of South Florida. [33] 

Othello, presented by Northern Broadsides at Trafalgar Studios, London, 3 October 2009. Kevin De Ornellas, University of Ulster. [34] 

Macbeth, presented by the Royal Exchange Theatre Company at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, 6 March 2009. Kevin De Ornellas, University of Ulster. [35] 

Timon of Athens, presented at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London, 30 August 2008. Kevin De Ornellas, University of Ulster. [36] 

The Comedy of Errors, presented by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival at the Elizabethan Stage/Allen Pavilion in Ashland, Oregon, 15 June- 12 October 2008. Geoff Ridden, Southern Oregon University. [37] 

Macbeth, presented by the Oregon Shakespeare Festival at the Angus Bowmer Theatre in Ashland, Oregon, 13 February- 1 November 2009. Geoff Ridden, Southern Oregon University. [38]

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