Bibliography

 

Volume 67, Number 1, 2016

From the Editors:

Peter Erickson and Kim F. Hall, “‘A New Scholarly Song’: Rereading Early Modern Race,” Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 1–13.

Essays:

Urvashi Charavarty, “More Than Kin, Less Than Kind: Similitude, Strangeness, and Early Modern English Homonationalisms,” Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 14–29.

Vanessa Corredera, “‘Not a Moor exactly’: Shakespeare, Serial, and Modern Constructions of Race,” Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 30–50.

Ruben Espinosa, “Stranger Shakespeare,” Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 51–67.

Kyle Grady, “Othello, Colin Powell, and Post-Racial Anachronism,” Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 68–83.

Arthur L. Little, “Re-Historicizing Race, White Melancholia, and the Shakespearean Property,” Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 84–103.

Ian Smith, “We are Othello: Speaking of Race in Early Modern Studies,” Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 104–24.

Sandra Young, “Race and the Global South in Early Modern Studies,” Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 125–35.

Book Reviews:

Sujata Iyengar, review of Shakespeare on the Global Stage: Performance and Festivity in the Olympic Year, ed. by Paul Prescott and Erin Sullivan, Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 136–38.

Peter Holland, review of Hamlet’s Dreams: The Robben Island Shakespeare, by David Schalkwyk, Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 138–40.

Virginia Mason Vaughan, review of Shakespeare on Screen: “Othello,” ed. by Sarah Hatchuel and Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin, Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 140–42.

Heather S. Nathans, review of Ira Aldridge: Performing Shakespeare in Europe, 1852-1855, by Bernth Lindfors, Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 142–44.

David Hawkes, review of Shakespeare and Outsiders, by Marianne Novy, Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 145–47.

Catherine Nicholson, review of Poor Tom: Living “King Lear,” by Simon Palfrey, Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 147–49.

A.E.B. Coldiron, review of Shakespeare and the French Borders of English, by Michael Saenger, Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 150–52.

Rebecca Totaro, review of Shakespeare and Donne: Generic Hybrids and Cultural Imaginary, ed. by Judith Anderson and Jennifer C. Vaught, Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 152–54.

Daniel Cook, review of Shakespeare and the Culture of Romanticism, ed. by Joseph M. Ortiz, Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 155–56.

Julie Sanders, review of Shakespeare’s Ocean: An Ecocritical Exploration, by Dan Brayton, Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 157–59.

Jennifer Linhart Wood, The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare, ed. by Arthur F. Kinney, and: Shakespeare in 100 Objects Treasure from the Victoria and Albert Museum, ed. by Janet Birkett, Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 159–62.  

Appendices:

Imtiaz Habib, “Map Key and Documentary Sources,” Shakespeare Quarterly 67.1 (2016): 163–71. See also the cover image and key for further information.

 

Volume 66, 2015

Volume 66, Number 4, Winter 2015

Essays:

Valerie Wayne, “The First Folio’s Arrangement and Its Finale,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 389–408.

Theodore F. Kaouk, “Homo Faber, Action Hero Manqué: Crafting the State in Coriolanus,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 409–39.

  1. K. Barret, “The Crowd in Imogen’s Bedroom: Allusion and Ethics in Cymbeline,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 440–62.

Book Reviews:

Warren Chernaik, review of Coriolanus, ed. by Peter Holland, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 463–65.

Megan Heffernan, review of The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare’s Poetry, ed. by Jonathan F.S. Post, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 465–67.

Zachary Lesser, review of Paratexts in English Printed Drama to 1642, ed. by Thomas L. Berger, Sonia Massai, Tania Demetriou, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 467–70.

Fernando Cioni, review of Shakespeare and Venice, by Graham Holderness, and:Visions of Venice in Shakespeare, ed. by Shaul Bassi and Laura Tossi, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 470–73.

Rebecca Bushnell, review of Shakespeare’s Nature: From Cultivation to Culture, by Charlotte Scott, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 474–76.

John Gillies, review of Being and Having in Shakespeare, by Katharine Eisaman Maus, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 476–79.

Michelle M. Dowd, review of Of Bondage: Debt, Property, and Personhood in Early Modern England, by Amanda Bailey, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 479–82.

Christopher Pye, review of The Tears of Sovereignty: Perspectives of Power in Renaissance Drama, by Phillip Lorenz, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 482–84.

Douglas Trevor, review of The Melancholy Assemblage: Affect and Epistemology in the English Renaissance, by Drew Daniel, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 485–87.

Scott Maisano, review of Rethinking Shakespeare’s Skepticism: The Aesthetics of Doubt in the Sonnets and Plays, by Suzanne M. Tartamella, and: Shakespeare and the Art of Lying, ed. by Shormishtha Panja, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 488–91.

William Revere, review of The End of Satisfaction: Drama and Repentance in the Age of Shakespeare, by Heather Hirschfeld, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 491–94.

Peter Berek, review of The Gospel According to Shakespeare, by Peiro Boitani, and: Faith in Shakespeare, by Richard C. McCoy, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 494–98.

Richard Hillman, review of Shakespeare and the Apocalypse: Visions of Doom from Early Modern Tragedy to Popular Culture, by R. M. Christofides, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 498–501.

Robert Sawyer, review of Shakespiritualism: Shakespeare and the Occult, 1850–1950, by Jeffrey Kahan, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 501–4.

Tanya Pollard, review of Occult Knowledge, Science, and Gender on the Shakespearean Stage, by Mary Floyd-Wilson, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 504–6.

Carol Chillington Rutter, review of Women Making Shakespeare: Text, Reception and Performance, ed. by Gordon McMullan, Lena Cowen Orlin, Virginia Mason Vaughan, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 506–9.

Robert Ormsby, review of Reviewing Shakespeare: Journalism and Performance from the Eighteenth Century to the Present, by Paul Prescott, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 509–11.

Robert Young, review of Shakespeare Expressed: Page, Stage, and Classroom in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries, ed. by Kathryn M. Moncrief, Kathryn R. McPherson, and Sarah Enloe, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 511–13.

Stuart Hampton-Reeves, review of Reinventing the Renaissance: Shakespeare and His Contemporaries in Adaptation and Performance, ed. by Sarah Annes Brown, Robert I. Lublin, and Lynsey McColluch, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 514–16.

Ramona Wray, review of Screening Early Modern Drama: Beyond Shakespeare, by Pascale Aebischer, and: Spectral Shakespeares: Media Adaptations in the Twenty-First Century, by Maurizio Calbi, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 517–20.

Darryl Chalk, review of Teaching Shakespeare beyond the Centre: Australasian Perspectives, ed. by Kate Flaherty, Penny Gay, L.E. Semler, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 520–23.

Brett D. Hirsch, review of Shakespeare and the Digital World: Redefining Scholarship and Practice, ed. by Christie Carson and Peter Kirwan, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.4 (2015): 523–26.

Volume 66, Number 3, Fall 2015

From the Editor:

Gail Kern Paster, “From the Editor,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 251.

Essays:

Bryan Crockett, “Shakespeare, Playfere, and the Pirates,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3

(2015): 252–85.

Philip Goldfarb Styrt, “‘Continual Factions’: Politics, Friendship, and History in Julius Caesar,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 286–307.

Adam Rzepka, “‘How easy is a bush supposed a bear?’: Differentiating Imaginative Production in A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 308–28.

Book Reviews:

Eric S. Malin, review of Shakespeare and the Urgency of Now: Criticism and Theory in the Twenty-First Century, ed. by Cary DiPietro and Hugh Grady, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 329–32.

Sharon O’Dair, review of What’s the Worst Thing You Can Do to Shakespeare?, by Richard Burt and Julian Yates, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 333–35.

Jessica Slights, review of Shakespeare Up Close: Reading Early Modern Texts, ed. by Russ McDonald, Nicholas D. Nace, Travis D. Williams, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 335–37.

  1. Elizabeth Hart, review of Shakespeare, Rhetoric and Cognition, by Raphael Lyne, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 338–40.

Wayne A. Rebhorn, review of Shakespeare’s Schoolroom: Rhetoric, Discipline, Emotion, by Lynn Enterline, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 341–43.

Mario DiGangi, review of Shakespeare’s Boys: A Cultural History, by Katie Knowles, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 343–46.

Edward Wilson-Lee, review of Shakespeare and the Truth of Love: The Mystery of “The Pheonix and Turtle,” by James P. Bednarz, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 346–47.

Coppélia Khan, review of The Ovidian Vogue: Literary Fashion and Imitative Practice in Late Elizabethan England, by Daniel D. Moss, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 347–50.

  1. Malcolm Smuts, review of Drama and the Transfer of Power in Renaissance England, by Martin Wiggins, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 350–52.

Naomi Conn Liebler, review of The Myth of Rome in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries, by Warren Chernaik, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 353–55.

Ronald J. Bling, review of Celtic Shakespeare: The Bard and the Borderers, ed. by Willy Maley and Rory Loughnane, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 355–58.

Deanne Williams, review of French Reflections in the Shakespearean Tragic: Three Case Studies, by Richard Hillman, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 358–59.

Rosemary Kegl, review of Shakespeare in America, by Alden T. Vaughan and Virginia Mason Vaughan, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 359–62.

Amanda Bailey, review of Performing Economic Thought: English Drama and Mercantile Writing, 1600‒1642, by Bradley D. Ryner, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 362–64.

Jay Zysk, review of Sleep, Romance, and Human Embodiment: Vitality from Spenser to Milton, by Garrett A. Sullivan Jr., Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 364–67.

Catherine Molineaux, review of Reading and the History of Race in the Renaissance, by Elizabeth Spiller, and: Renaissance Paratexts, ed. by Helen Smith and Louise Wilson, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 367–70.

Andrew Sofer, review of Reading the Unseen: (Offstage) “Hamlet, by Stephen Ratcliffe, Stay Illusion!: The Hamlet Doctrine, by Simon Critchley and Jamieson Webster, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 370–74.

Ian Frederick Moulton, review of Rethinking Historicism from Shakespeare to Milton, ed. by Ann Baynes Coiro, Thomas Fulton, and: Shakespeare and the Staging of English History, by Janette Dillon, and: Shakespeare’s History Plays: Rethinking Historicism, by Neema Parvini, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 374–78.

Laurie E. Osborne, review of Shakespeare and the World Cinema, by Mark Thornton Burnett, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 379–80.

Sheila T. Cavanaugh, review of OuterSpeares: Shakespeare, Intermedia, and the Limits of Adaptation, by Daniel Fischlin, and: Shakespeare and YouTube: New Media Forms of the Bard, by Stephen O’Neill, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.3 (2015): 381–83.                     

Volume 66, Number 2, Summer 2015

Essays:

Daniel Shore, “Shakespeare’s Constructicon,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 113–36.

Andrew Sisson, “Othello and the Unweaponed City,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 137–66.

William Junker, “The Image of Both Theaters: Empire and Revelation in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 167–87.   

Note:

Tom Reedy, “William Dugdale on Shakespeare and His Monument,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 188–96.   

Review Essays:

Deborah T. Curren-Aquino, “The Arden Shakespeare Dictionary Series,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 197–208.

Book Reviews:

Andrew Mattison, review of The Oxford Shakespeare Richard II, ed. by Anthony B. Dawson and Paul Yachnin, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 209–12.

Ian MacInnes, review of Who Was William Shakespeare?: An Introduction to the Life and Works, by Dympna Callaghan, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 212–14.

Karen Robertson, review of 30 Great Myths about Shakespeare, by Laurie E. Maguire and Emma Smith, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 214–16.

Lars Engle, review of Shakespeare and Moral Agency, ed. by Michael D. Bristol, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 216–19.

Evelyn Gajowski, review of Shakespeare and the Shrew: Performing the Defiant Female Voice, by Anna Kamaralli, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 219–21.

Miriam Jacobson, review of What You Will: Gender, Contract, and the Shakespearean Social Space, by Kathryn Schwarz, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 221–24.

Howard Marchitello, review of Evolving Hamlet: Seventeenth-Century English Tragedy and the Ethics of Natural Selection, by Angus Fletcher, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 224–26.

Eric Rasmussen, review of Determining the Shakespeare Canon: “Arden of Faversham” and “A Lover’s Complaint”, by MacDonald P. Jackson, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 226–29.

Alden T. Vaughan, review of Collecting Shakespeare: The Story of Henry and Emily Folger, by Stephen H. Grant, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 229–32.

Daniel Juan Gil, review of Sexual Types: Embodiment, Agency, and Dramatic Character from Shakespeare to Shirley, by Mario DiGangi, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 232–34.

John Gillies, review of Supernatural Environments in Shakespeare’s England: Spaces of Demonism, Divinity, and Drama, by Kristen Poole, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 235–37.

Giulio Pertile, Open Subjects: English Renaissance Republicans, Modern Selfhoods, and the Virtue of Vulnerability, by James Kuzner, and: The Pain of Reformation: Spenser, Vulnerability, and the Ethics of Masculinity, by Joseph Campana, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 238–41.

James N. Loehlin, review of Shakespeare in Performance: “The Tempest, by Virginia Mason Vaughan, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 241–44.

Keith Jones, review of Shakespeare on Screen: ‘Macbeth,’ ed. by Sarah Hatchuel, Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin, and Victoria Bladen, and: Screen Adaptations: Shakespeare’s “Hamlet.” The Relationship Between Text and Film, by Samuel Crowl, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.2 (2015): 244–47.  

Volume 66, Number 1, Spring 2015

Essays:

Laura Estill, Dominic Klyve, Kate Bridal, “‘Spare your arithmetic, never count the turns’: A Statistical Analysis of Writing about Shakespeare, 1960–2010,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.1 (2015): 1–28.

Amir Khan, “My Kingdom for a Ghost: Counterfactual Thinking and Hamlet,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.1 (2015): 29–46.

Douglas Bruster, “Shakespeare’s Lady 8,” Shakespeare Quarterly 66.1 (2015): 47–88.

Note:

Ross W. Duffin, “‘Concolinel’: Moth’s Lost Song Recovered?”, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.1 (2015): 89–94.   

Book Reviews:

Wes Folkerth, review of Shakespeare’s Theatres and the Effects of Performance, ed. by Farah Karim-Cooper and Tiffany Stern, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.1 (2015): 95–97.

James Kuzner, review of Shakespeare’s Anti-Politics: Sovereign Power and the Life of the Flesh, by Daniel Juan Gil, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.1 (2015): 97–99.

David Lindley, review of Broken Harmony: Shakespeare and the Politics of Music, by Joseph M. Ortiz, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.1 (2015): 99–101.

Simon Palfrey, review of Shakespeare and Impure Aesthetics, by Hugh Grady, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.1 (2015): 102–4.

Julie Sanders, review of Wooden Os: Shakespeare’s Theatres and England’s Trees, by Vin Nardizzi, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.1 (2015): 104–7.

John D. Staines, review of Sex before Sex: Figuring the Act in Early Modern England, ed. by James M. Bromley and Will Stockton, Shakespeare Quarterly 66.1 (2015): 107–9.

Volume 65, 2014

Volume 65, Number 4, Winter 2014

From the Editor:

Gail Kern Paster, “From the Editor,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.4 (2014): 369‒70.   

Essays:

Andrew Hadfield, “Why Does Literary Biography Matter?”, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.4 (2014): 371‒8.

Margreta de Grazia, “Shakespeare’s Timeline,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.4 (2014): 379‒98.

Julia Reinhard Lupton, “Birth Places: Shakespeare’s Beliefs/Believing in Shakespeare,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.4 (2014): 399‒420.

Lena Cowen Orlin, “Anne by Indirection,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.4 (2014): 421‒54.

Lois Potter, “Shakespeare and Other Men of the Theater,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.4 (2014): 455‒69.

Joseph Roach, “Celebrity Culture and the Problem of Biography,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.4 (2014): 470‒81.

Brian Cummings, “Last Words: The Biographemes of Shakespeare,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.4 (2014): 482‒90.

Review Essays:

Michael D. Bristol, review of Great Shakespeareans, ed. by Peter Holland and Adrian Poole, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.4 (2014): 491‒6.    

Volume 65, Number 3, Fall 2014

Essays:

Gary Taylor, “Empirical Middleton: Macbeth, Adaptation, and Microauthorship,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 239‒72.

Meghan C. Andrews, “Michael Drayton, Shakespeare’s Shadow,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 273‒306.

John Kunat, “‘Play me false’: Rape, Race, and Conquest in The Tempest,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 307‒27.

Review Essays:

Seth Lerer, review of Medieval Shakespeare: Pasts and Presents, ed. by Ruth Morse, Helen Cooper, and Peter Holland, and: Shakespeare and the Medieval World, by Helen Cooper, and: Recursive Origins: Writing at the Transition to Modernity, by William Kuskin, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 328‒37.

Book Reviews:

John N. King, review of The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Drama, ed. by Thomas Betteridge and Greg Walker, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 338‒40.

Peter Erickson, review of A Fury in the Words: Love and Embarrassment in Shakespeare’s Venice, by Harry Berger Jr., Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 341‒3.

Hugh Grady, review of Philosophical Readings of Shakespeare: “Thou Art the Thing Itself”, by Margherita Pascucci, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 343‒6.

Jesús Tronch, review of Shakespeare and the Spanish “Comedia”: Translation, Interpretation, Performance. Essays in Honor of Susan L. Fischer, ed. by Bárbara Mujica, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 346‒9.

Jason Scott-Warren, review of Bound to Read: Compilations, Collections, and the Making of Renaissance Literature, by Jeffrey Todd Knight, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 349‒51.

F.W. Brownlow, review of Tudor Autobiography: Listening for Inwardness, by Meredith Anne Skura, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 352‒3.

Paul Menzer, review of Theatre, Community, and Civic Engagement in Jacobean London, by Mary Bayer, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 354‒6.

Frank Nicholas Clary, review of Arras Hanging: The Textile That Determined Early Modern Literature and Drama, by Rebecca Olson, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 356‒8.

Steve Mentz, review of Environmental Degradation in Jacobean Drama, by Bruce Boehrer, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 359‒61.

Dan Venning, review of Shakespeare, Trauma and Contemporary Performance, by Catherine Silverstone, and: Shakespeare/Adaptation/ Modern Drama: Essays in Honour of Jill L. Levenson, ed. by Randall Martin and Katherine Scheil, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.3 (2014): 362‒4.

Volume 65, Number 2, Summer 2014

From the Editor:

Lars Engle, “Introduction to ‘Not Shakespeare,’” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014):

105–8.

Essays:

Jeremy Lopez, “The Shadow of the Canon,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014):

109‒19.

Andrew S. Keener, “Jonson’s ‘Italian riddle’: Epicene and the Translation of Aretino’s Female Speech,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 120‒39.

Maggie Vinter, “‘This is called mortifying of a fox’: Volpone and How to Get Rich Quick by Dying Slowly,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 140‒63.

Gillian Knoll, “How To Make Love to the Moon: Intimacy and Erotic Distance in John Lyly’s Endymion,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 164‒79.

Andrea Crow, “Mediating Boys: Two Angry Women and the Boy Actor’s Shaping of 1590s Theatrical Culture,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 180‒98.

David Mateer and Alan H. Nelson, “‘When sorrows come’: John Webster v. Thomas Dekker in the Court of King’s Bench,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 199‒208.

Performance Review:

Bridget Escolme, “The Duchess of Malfi, The Knight of the Burning Pestle, and The Malcontent: Shakespeare’s Globe, January‒April 2014,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 209‒18.

Book Reviews:

Jessica Slights, review of The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Contemporary Dramatists, ed. by Ton Hoenselaars, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 219‒21.

John D. Cox, review of Christopher Marlowe in Context, ed. by Paulina Kewes, Ian W. Archer, and Felicity Heal, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 221‒4.

Nedda Mehdizadeh, review of Christopher Marlowe in Context, ed. by Emily C. Bartels and Emma Smith, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 224‒7.

Michael Schoenfeldt, review of The Unrepentant Renaissance: From Petrarch to Shakespeare to Milton, by Richard Strier, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 227‒9.

Elizabeth D. Harvey, review of The Ephemeral History of Perfume: Scent and Sense in Early Modern England, by Holly Dugan, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 229‒32.

Jennifer C. Vaught, review of Recovering Disability in Early Modern England, ed. by Allison P. Hobgood and David Houston Wood, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.2 (2014): 232‒5.

Volume 65, Number 1, Spring 2014

Essays:

Simon Palfrey, “Attending to Tom,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.1 (2014): 1‒21.

Donovan Sherman, “‘What more remains?’: Messianic Performance in Richard II,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.1 (2014): 22‒48.

Andrew Mattison, “Literary Listening: Shakespeare, Pater, and Song in Print,” Shakespeare Quarterly 65.1 (2014): 49‒73.

Review Essays:

Richard W. Schoch, review of Shakespeare in the Eighteenth Century, ed. by Fiona

Ritchie and Peter Sabor, and: Shakespeare in the Nineteenth Century, ed. by Gail Marshall, and: Shakespeare, Time and the Victorians: A Pictorial Exploration, by Stuart Sillars, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.1 (2014): 74‒85.

Book Reviews:

Deborah T. Curren-Aquino, review of The Arden Shakespeare “The Winter’s Tale”, ed.

by John Pitcher, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.1 (2014): 86‒90.

Roberta Barker, review of New Directions in Renaissance Drama and Performance

Studies, ed. by Sarah Werner, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.1 (2014): 90‒2.

Margreta de Grazia, review of The Accommodated Animal: Cosmopolity in Shakespearean Locales, by Laurie Shannon, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.1 (2014): 93‒5.

Michael Bristol, review of Shakespeare and Early Modern Political Thought, ed. by David Armitage, Conal Condren, and Andrew Fitzmaurice, and: Political Theology and Early Modernity, ed. by Graham Hammill and Julia Reinhard Lupton, Shakespeare Quarterly 65.1 (2014): 96‒102.

Volume 64, 2013

Volume 64, Number 4, Winter 2013

From the Editor:

Gail Kern Paster, “From the Editor,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 395.

Essays:

John Gillies, “The Question of Original Sin in Hamlet,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 396‒424.

Howard Marchitello, “Speed and the Problem of Real Time in Macbeth,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 425‒48.

Edward Wilson-Lee, “Shakespeare by Numbers: Mathematical Crisis in Troilus and Cressida,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 449‒72.

Book Reviews:

William Proctor Williams, review of Early Modern Playhouse Manuscripts and the Editing of Shakespeare, by Paul Werstine, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 473‒5.

Randall Martin, review of The Arden Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet, ed. by René Weis, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 475‒8.

Jyotsna G. Singh, review of Placing Michael Neill: Issues of Place in Shakespeare and Early Modern Culture, ed. by Jonathan Gil Harris, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 478‒81.

Valerie Cumming, review of Costuming the Shakespearean Stage: Visual Codes of Representation in Early Modern Theatre and Culture, by Robert I. Lublin, and The Shakespearean Stage Space, by Mariko Ichikawa, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 481‒3.

John D. Staines, review of Theatre and Testimony in Shakespeare’s England: A Culture of Mediation, by Holger Schott Syme, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 483‒6.

Lara Bovilsky, review of Shakespeare and I, ed. by William McKenzie and Theodora Papadopoulou, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 486‒8.

Dieter Mehl, review of Caesar in the USA, by Maria Wyke, and Shakespeare and the Second World War: Memory, Culture, Identity, ed. by Irena R. Makaryk and Marissa McHugh, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 489‒91.

Marianne Novy, review of Shakespeare and Contemporary Fiction: Theorizing Foundling and Lyric Plots, by Barbara L. Estrin, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.4 (2013): 492‒4.  

Volume 64, Number 3, Fall 2013

Positions:

Paul Cefalu, “The Burdens of Mind Reading in Shakespeare’s Othello: A Cognitive and

Psychoanalytic Approach to Iago’s Theory of Mind,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 265‒94.  

Edward Pechter, “‘Iago’s Theory of Mind’: A Response to Paul Cefalu,” Shakespeare

Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 295‒300.

David Hillman, “‘If it be love indeed’: Transference, love, and Anthony and Cleopatra,”

Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 301‒33.   

Douglas Bruster, “Shakespeare as Rorschach: A Response to David Hillman,”

Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 334‒42.

Adam Phillips, “Knots and Questions: A Response to David Hillman,” Shakespeare

Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 343‒8.

Essays:

Samuel Arkin, “‘That map which deep impression bears’: Lucrece and the Anatomy of

Shakespeare’s Sympathy,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 349‒71.

Book Reviews:

David Bevington, review of Shakespeare: Upstart Crow to Sweet Swan, 1592‒1623, by

Katherine Duncan-Jones, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 372‒5.

Robert Bearman, review of The Truth about William Shakespeare: Fact, Fiction and

Modern Biographies, by David Ellis, and: Shakespeare’s Shrine: The Bard’s Birthplace

and the Invention of Stratford-upon-Avon, by Julia Thomas, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 375‒8.

David Riggs, review of The Life of William Shakespeare: A Critical Biography, by Lois

Potter, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 378‒80.

Alison A. Chapman, review of Shakespeare, Theatre, and Time, by Matthew D. Wagner,

Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 381‒2.

Ramie Targoff, review of Shakespeare’s Common Prayers: The Book of Common Prayer

and the Elizabethan Age, by Daniel Swift, and: The Unheard Prayer: Religious

Toleration in Shakespeare’s Drama by Joseph Sterrett, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3

(2013): 383‒4.

Lori Anne Ferrell, review of Shakespeare, the Bible, and the Form of the Book:

Contested Scriptures, ed. by Travis DeCook and Alan Galey, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3

(2013): 385‒6.      

Daniel Juan Gil, review of The Aesthetcs of Service in Early Modern England, by

Elizabeth Rivlin, and: Intimacy and Sexuality in the Age of Shakespeare, by James M.

Bromley, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 386‒9.

Linda Austern, review of Shakespeare’s Musical Imagery, by Christopher R. Wilson,

Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 389‒91.

Volume 64, Number 2, Summer 2013

Essays:

Jeffrey Paxton Hehmeyer, “Heralding the Commonplace: Authorship, Voice, and the

Commonplace in Shakespeare’s Rape of Lucrece,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2 (2013):

139‒64.

Alison A. Chapman, “Lucrece’s Time,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2 (2013): 165‒87.

Emma Smith, “Was Shylock Jewish?” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2 (2013): 188‒219.

Performance:

Edward Reiss, “Globe to Globe: 37 Plays, 37 Languages,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2

(2013): 220‒32.

Thomas P. Cartelli, “‘The Killing Stops Here’: Unmaking the Myths of Troy in the

Wooster Group/RSC Troilus & Cressida (2012),” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2 (2013):

233‒43.

Book Reviews:

Frank Nicholas Clary, review of Murder Most Foul: Hamlet through the Ages, by David

Bevington, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2 (2013): 244‒6.

Alan Lopez, review of Tragic Conditions in Shakespeare: Disinheriting the Globe, by Paul A. Kottman, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2 (2013): 246‒8.

Mary Floyd-Wilson, review of Speaking of the Moor: From ‘Alcazar’ to ‘Othello.’, by Emily C. Bartels, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2 (2013): 248‒50.

Angus Fletcher, review of Shakespeare, Alchemy, and the Creative Imagination, by Margaret Healy, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2 (2013): 251‒2.

William N. West, review of Persecution, Plague, and Fire: Fugitive Histories of the Stage in Early Modern England, by Ellen MacKay, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2 (2013): 252‒5.

Jay Zysk, review of The Places of Wit in Early Modern English Comedy by Adam Zucker, and: Masculinity and the Metropolis of Vice, 1550‒1650, ed. by Amanda Bailey and Roze Hentschell, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2 (2013): 255‒59.

Goran Stanivukovic, review of Shakespeare and Genre: From Early Modern Inheritances to Postmodern Legacies, ed. by Anthony R. Guneratne, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.2 (2013): 259‒62.  

Volume 64, Number 1, Spring 2013

Positions:

Ian Smith, “Othello’s Black Handkerchief,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 1‒25.

Michael Neill, “Othello’s Black Handkerchief: Response to Ian Smith,” Shakespeare

Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 26‒31.

Lynne Magnusson, “Grammatical Theatricality in Richard III: Schoolroom Queens and

Godly Optatives,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013):32‒43.

Ruth Morse, “Grammatical Theatricality in Richard III: Response to Lynn Magnusson,”

Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 44.

Katherine Eggert, “Hamlet’s Alchemy: Transubstantiation, Modernity, Belief,”

Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 45‒57.

Theodore Leinwand, “Hamlet’s Alchemy: Response to Katherine Eggert,” Shakespeare

Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 58‒59.

Kristin Gjesdal, “Shakespeare’s Hermeneutic Legacy: Herder on Modern Drama and the Challenge of Cultural Prejudice,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 60‒9.

Paul A. Kottman, “Shakespeare’s Hermeneutic Legacy: Response to Kristin Gjesdal,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 70.

Essays:

Megan Heffernan, “Turning Sonnets into Poems: Textual Affect and John Benson’s

Metaphysical Shakespeare,” Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 71‒98.

Book Reviews:

Michael D. Bristol, review of Shakespeare and Literary Theory, by Jonathan Gil Harris, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 99‒101.

Balz Engler, review of Great Shakespeareans, series ed. by Peter Holland and Adrian Poole, volumes 1‒4 (2010), Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 101‒2.

Nick Moschovakis, review of The Improbability of “Othello”: Rhetorical Anthropology and Shakespearean Selfhood, by Joel B. Altman, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 102‒6.

Paul A. Kottman, review of Shakespeare’s Individualism, by Peter Holbrook, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 107‒10.

Rebecca Ann Bach, review of Ecocriticism and Shakespeare: Reading Ecophobia, by Simon C. Estok, and Ecocritical Shakespeare, ed. by Dan Brayton and Lynne Bruckner, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 110‒13.

Richard Hillman, review of Shakespeare and War, ed. by Ros King and Paul J.C.M. Franssen, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 113‒6.

John Gillies, review of Aliens and Englishness in Elizabethan Drama, by Lloyd Edward Kermode, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 116‒8.

Anne Coldiron, review of French Origins of English Tragedy, by Richard Hillman, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 119‒21.

David McInnis, review of Actors and Acting in Shakespeare’s Time: The Art of Stage Playing, by John H. Astington, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 121‒3.

David Worster, review of Reimagining Shakespeare’s Playhouse: Early Modern Staging Conventions in the Twentieth Century, by Joe Falocco, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 124‒6.

Laurie E. Osborne, review of Shakespeare on Screen: “Hamlet.”, by Sarah Hatcheul and

Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 126‒9.

Sharon O’Dair, review of Extramural Shakespeare, by Denise Albanese, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.1 (2013): 129‒35.

Volume 63, 2012

Volume 63, Number 4, Winter 2012

Essays:

Robert Bearman, “Shakespeare’s Purchase of New Place,” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.4

(2012): 465‒86.

David Francis Taylor, “The Disenchanted Island: A Political History of The Tempest,

1760-1830,” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.4 (2012): 487‒517.

Jayne Elisabeth Archer, Richard Marggraf Turley, Howard Thomas, “The Autumn King:

Remembering the Land in King Lear,” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.4 (2012): 518‒43.

Misha Teramura, “The Anxiety of Auctoritas: Chaucer and The Two Noble Kinsmen,”

Shakespeare Quarterly 63.4 (2012): 544‒76.

Book Reviews:

Mark Bayer, review of Hamlet’s Arab Journey: Shakespeare’s Prince and Nasser’s

Ghost, by Margaret Litvin, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.4 (2012): 577‒80.

Darryl Gless, review of Shakespeare and Religion: Early Modern and Postmodern

Perspectives, ed. by Ken Jackson and Arthur F. Marotti, and: Religion and Drama in

Early Modern England: The Performance of Religion on the Renaissance Stage, ed. by

Jane Hwang Degenhardt and Elizabeth Williamson, and: Reading, Desire, and the

Eucharist in Early Modern Religious Poetry, by Ryan Netzley, Shakespeare Quarterly

63.4 (2013): 580‒87.  

Amrita Sen, review of Islamic Conversion and Christian Resistance on the Early Modern

Stage, by Jane Hwang Degenhardt, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2013): 587‒90.

Lawrence Manley, review of Shakespearean Neuroplay: Reinvigorating the Study of

Dramatic Texts and Performance through Cognitive Science, by Amy Cook, and:

Knowing Shakespeare: Senses, Embodiment and Cognition, ed. by Lowell Gallagher and

Shankar Raman, and: Why Lyrics Last: Evolution, Cognition, and Shakespeare’s Sonnets,

by Brian Boyd, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.4 (2012): 594‒8.

Lina Perkins Wilder, review of Cognition in the Globe: Attention and Memory in

Shakespeare’s Theatre, by Evelyn B. Tribble, Shakespeare Quarterly 64.3 (2012):

598‒602.

Holly Dugan, review of Shakespeare and Material Culture by Catherine Richardson,

and: Ornamentalism: The Art of renaissance Accessories, ed. by Bella Mirabella,

Shakespeare Quarterly 63.4 (2012): 604‒6.

Volume 63, Number 3, Fall 2012

Essays:

Philip Schwyzer, “Trophies, Traces, Relics, and Props: The Untimely Objects of Richard

III,” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012): 297‒327.

Elizabeth Zeman Kolkovich, “Pageantry, Queens, and Housewives in the Two Texts of

The Merry Wives of Windsor,” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012): 328‒54.

John Burrows, “A Second Opinion on ‘Shakespeare and Authorship Studies in the

Twenty-First Century,’” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012): 355‒92.

Katherine Bottle Attie, “Passion Turned to Prettiness: Rhyme or Reason in Hamlet,”

Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012): 393‒423.

Book Reviews:

Lois Potter, review of Shakespeare and Biography, by David Bevington, and: Nine Lives

of William Shakespeare, by Graham Holderness, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012):

424‒7.

David Riggs, review of Ben Jonson: A Life, by Ian Donaldson, Shakespeare Quarterly

63.3 (2012): 428‒31.

Barbara A. Mowat, review of The Struggle for Shakespeare’s Text: Twentieth-Century

Editorial Theory and Practice, by Gabriel Egan, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012):

431‒5.

Emma Smith, review of Shakespeare’s Errant Texts: Textual Form and Linguistic Style

in Shakespearean “Bad” Quartos and Co-Authored Plays, by Lene B. Petersen,

Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012): 435‒7.

Mark Houlahan, review of Shakespearean Verse Speaking: Text and Theatre Practice, by

Abigail Rokison, and: Shakespeare in Stages: New Theatre Histories, ed. by Christine

Dymkowski and Christie Carson, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012): 438‒40.

Ann. C Christensen, review of Labor’s Lost: Women’s Work and the Early Modern

English Stage, by Natasha Korda, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012): 440‒3.

Peter Holland, review of Shakespeare and Amateur Performance: A Cultural History, by

Michael Dobson, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012): 443‒7.

Margreta de Grazia, review of Thinking with Shakespeare: Essays on Politics and Life,

by Julia Reinhard Lupton, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012): 447‒52.

Jean E. Feerick, review of This England, That Shakespeare: New Angles on Englishness

and the Bard, ed. by Willy Maley and Margaret Tudeau-Clayton, Shakespeare Quarterly

63.3 (2012): 452‒5.  

Anita Gilman Sherman, review of Shakespeare’s Memory Theatre: Recollection,

Properties, and Character, by Lina Perkins Wilder, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012):

456‒8.

Sean Benson, review of Wonder in Shakespeare, by Adam Max Cohen, eds. M.G. Aune,

Joshua B. Fisher, and Rebecca Steinberger, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.3 (2012):

458‒61.

Volume 63, Number 2, Summer 2012

Essays:

Hugh Craig, “George Chapman, John Davies of Hereford, William Shakespeare, and A Lover’s Complaint,” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 147‒74.

Catherine Belsey, “Invocation of the Visual Image: Ekphrasis in Lucrece and Beyond,”

Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 175‒98.

Rhema Hokama, “Love’s Rites: Performing Prayer in Shakespeare’s Sonnets,”

Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 199‒223.

Review Essays:

Will Stockton, “Shakespeare and Queer Theory,” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012):

224‒35.

Teddy Jefferson, review of Shakespeare and the Modern Poet, by Neil Corcoran,

Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 236‒43.

Book Reviews:

Virginia Mason Vaughan, review of Passing Strange: Shakespeare, Race, and

Contemporary America, by Ayanna Thompson, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012):

244‒6.

Yu Jin Ko, review of Weyward Macbeth: Intersections of Race and Performance, ed. by

Scott L. Newstock and Ayanna Thompson, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012):

246‒9.

May Floyd-Wilson, review of Strangers in Blood: Relocating Race in the Renaissance,

by Jean E. Feerick, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 250‒2.

Christopher Crosbie, review of English Revenge Drama: Money, Resistance, Equality, by

Linda Woodbridge, and Women and Revenge in Shakespeare: Gender, Genre and Ethics,

by Marguerite A. Tassi, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 253‒6.

Rebecca Laroche, review of Pens and Needles: Women’s Textualities in Early Modern

England, by Susan Frye, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 256‒8.

Jan Purnis, review of Crossing Gender in Shakespeare: Feminist Psychoanalysis and the

Difference Within, by James W. Stone, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 258‒60.

Judith Owens, review of Poetry and Paternity in Renaissance England: Sidney, Spenser,

Shakespeare, Donne and Jonson, by Tom MacFaul, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012):

261‒4.

Lisa Hopkins, review of Women in Shakespeare: A Dictionary, by Alison Findlay, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 264‒5.

Heather Hirschfeld, review of Narcissism and Suicide in Shakespeare and His

Contemporaries, by Eric Langley, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 265‒70.

Rebecca Ann Bach, review of Animal Characters: Nonhuman Beings in Early Modern

Literature, by Bruce Thomas Boehrer, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 270‒72.

Kimberly Anne Coles, review of Representing the Plague in Early Modern England, ed.

by Rebecca Totaro and Ernest B. Gilman, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012):

273‒6.

Margreta de Grazia, review of Shakespeare and the Grammar of Forgiveness, by Sarah

Beckwith, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 276‒80.

Richard C. McCoy, review of Shakespeare Studies Today: Romanticism Lost, by Edward

Pechter, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 280‒83.

Pascale Aebischer, review of Performing Heritage: Research, Practice and Innovation in

Museum Theatre and Live Interpretation, ed. by Anthony Jackson and Jenny Kidd, and: The English Renaissance in Popular Culture: An Age for All Time, ed. by Greg Colón Semenza, and: Filming and Performing Renaissance History, ed. by Mark Thornton Burnett and Adrian Streete, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 283‒7.

Heather S. Nathans, review of Shakespeare and the American Musical, by Irene Dash, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 287‒90.

Tom Bishop, review of Shakespeare in Asia: Contemporary Performance, ed. by Dennis Kennedy and Yong Li Lan, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.2 (2012): 290‒2.

Volume 63, Number 1, Spring 2012

Positions:

Paul A. Kottman, “Defying the Stars: Tragic Love as the Struggle for Freedom in Romeo

and Juliet,” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 1‒38.

Julia Reinhard Lupton, “Response to Paul A. Kottman, ‘Defying the Stars: Tragic Love

as the Struggle for Freedom in Romeo and Juliet,’” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.1 (2012):

39‒45.

Essays:

Scott A. Trudell, “The Mediation of Poesie: Ophelia’s Orphic Song,” Shakespeare

Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 46‒76.

Patricia Badir, “‘This little academe, still and contemplative in living art’: Shakespeare,

Modernism, and the Arts and Letters Club of Toronto,” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.1

(2012): 77‒107.

Note:

David Kathman, “Henry Condell and His London Relatives,” Shakespeare Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 108‒15.

Book Reviews:

Julian Yates, review of Untimely Matter in the Time of Shakespeare, by Jonathan Gil

Harris, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 116‒21.

Tzachi Zamir, review of The Strangeness of Tragedy, by Paul Hammond, and: Tragic

Conditions in Shakespeare: Disinheriting the Globe, by Paul A. Kottman, Shakespeare

Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 122‒4.

Ian Frederick Moulton, review of Shakespeare’s Comedies, by Kiernan Ryan,

Shakespeare Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 124‒6.

Margaret Mikesell, review of Shakespeare’s Widows, by Dorothea Kehler, Shakespeare

Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 126‒30.

Paul A. Kottman, review of The Apologetics of Evil: The Case of Iago, by Richard

Raatzch, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 130‒2.

Tom Bishop, review of The Tainted Muse: Prejudice and Presumption in Shakespeare

and His Time, by Robert Brustein, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 133‒5.

Graham Hammill, review of The Forms of Renaissance Thought: New Essays in

Literature and Cutlrue, ed. by Leonard Barkdan, Bradin Cormack, and Sean Keilen,

Shakespeare Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 135‒7.

Richard C. McCoy, review of Protestantism and Drama in Early Modern England, by

Adrian Streete, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 137‒9.

Brian C. Lockey, review of English Renaissance Drama and the Specter of Spain:

Ethnopoetics and Empire, Shakespeare Quarterly 63.1 (2012): 140‒2.

Volume 62, 2011

Volume 62, Number 4, Winter 2011

Bradin Cormack, “Shakespeare’s Other Sovereignty: On Particularity and Violence in

The Winter’s Tale and the Sonnets,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.4 (2011): 485‒513.

Robert Tierney, “Othello in Tokyo: Performing Race and Empire in 1903 Japan,”

Shakespeare Quarterly 62.4 (2011): 514‒40.

Review Essays:

Margreta de Grazia, “Harry Berger Jr. and the Tree of Acknowledgement,” Shakespeare

Quarterly 62.4 (2011): 541‒54.

Apocryphal Stories:

Tiffany Stern, “‘The Forgery of some modern Author?’: Theobald’s Shakespeare and

Cardenio’s Double Falsehood,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.4 (2011): 555‒93.

Peter Kirwan, “The First Collected ‘Shakespeare Apocrypha,’” Shakespeare Quarterly

62.4 (2011): 594‒601.

Book Reviews:

Susan Frye, review of Shakespeare and Elizabeth: The Meeting of Two Myths, by Helen Hackett, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.4 (2011): 602‒4.

H.R. Woudhuysen, review of Shakespeare in Shorthand: The Textual Mystery of “King Lear”, by Adele Davidson, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.4 (2011): 604‒9.

Yu Jin Ko, review of Shakespearean Resurrection: The Art of Almost Raising the Dead, by Sean Benson, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.4 (2011): 609‒11.

Henry S. Turner, review of Political Economy and the States of Literature in Early Modern England, by Aaron Kitch, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.4 (2011): 611‒7.

Kristen Poole, review of Plague Writing in Early Modern England, by Ernest B. Gilman, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.4 (2011): 617‒20.

Karen Cunningham, review of Justice, Women, and Power in English Renaissance Drama, ed. by Andrew Majeske and Emily Demter-Goebel, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.4 (2011): 620‒22.

Ruru Li, review of Chinese Shakespeares: Two Centuries of Cultural Exchange, by Alexander C.Y. Huang, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.4 (2011): 622‒5.

Volume 62, Number 3, Fall 2011

From the Editor:

Sarah Werner, “From the Editor,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 307‒8.

Articles:

W.B. Worthen, “Intoxicating Rhythms: Or, Shakespeare, Literary Drama, and

Performance (Studies),” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 309‒39.

Ramona Wray, “The Morals of Macbeth and Peace as Process: Adapting Shakespeare in Northern Ireland’s Maximum Security Prison,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 340‒63.

Zeno Ackermann, “Performing Oblivion/Enacting Remembrance: The Merchant of Venice in West Germany, 1945 to 1961,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 364‒95.

Mark Thornton Burnett, “Shakespeare and Contemporary Latin American Cinema,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 396‒419.

Daniel L. Keegan, “Performing Prophecy: More Life on the Shakespearean Scene,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 420‒43.

Todd A. Borlik, “A Season in Intercultural Limbo: Ninagawa Yukio’s Doctor Faustus, Theatre Cocoon, Tokyo,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 444‒56.

Sarah Werner, “Rethinking Academic Reviewing: A Conversation with Michael Dobson, Peter Holland, Katherine Rowe, Christian Billing, and Carolyn Sale,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 457‒62.

Book Reviews:

Sally-Beth MacLean, review of Shakespeare, the Queen’s Men, and the Elizabethan Performance of History, by Brian Walsh, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 463‒6.

Lars Engle, review of Theater of a City: The Places of London Comedy, 1598‒1642, by Jean E. Howard, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 466‒9.

Leslie Dunn, review of Voice in Motion: Staging Gender, Shaping Sound, by Gina Bloom, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 469‒72.

Gretchen E. Minton, review of Shakespeare and the Institution of Theatre: “The Best in This Kind.”, by Erica Sheen, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 473‒5.

Anthony R. Guneratne, review of Shakespeare on Silent Film: An Excellent Dumb Discourse, by Judith Buchanan, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 475‒8.

Michael Anderegg, review of Shakespeare on Screen: The Henriad, ed. by Sarah Hatchuel and Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.3 (2011): 478‒80.

Volume 62, Number 2, Summer 2011

From the Editor:

Jonathan Gil Harris, “From the Editor: Surviving Hamlet,” Shakespeare

Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 145‒7.

Positions:

Lee Edelman, “Against Survival: Queerness in a Time That’s Out of Joint,” Shakespeare

Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 148‒69.

Carla Freccero, “Forget Hamlet,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 170‒3.

Kathryn Schwarz, “Hamlet without Us,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 174‒9.

Essays:

Bernice W. Kliman, “At Sea about Hamlet at Sea: A Detective Story,” Shakespeare

Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 180‒204.

Elizabeth Hanson, “Fellow Students: Hamlet, Horatio, and the Early Modern University,”

Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 205‒29.

Allison K. Deutermann, “‘Caviare to the general’?: Taste, Hearing, and Genre in

Hamlet,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 230‒55.

Just Horatio:

Lars Engle, “How is Horatio Just?: How Just is Horatio?,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2

(2011): 256‒62.

Karen Newman, “Two Lines, Three Readers: Hamlet, TLN 1904-5,” Shakespeare

Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 263‒70.

Jonathan Crewe, “Reading Horatio,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 271‒8.

Barry Gaines, review of The New Kittredge Shakespeare The Tragedy of Romeo and

Juliet, eds. Bernice W. Kliman and Larry Magnus, and: The New Kittredge Shakespeare

The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, ed. by Sarah Hatchuel, and: The New Kittredge

Shakespeare The Merchant of Venice, ed. by Kenneth S. Rothwell, and: The New

Kittredge Shakespeare The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra, ed. by Sarah Hatchuel,

Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 279‒81.

Robert Bearman, review of Shakespeare Found! A Life Portrait at Last: Portraits, Poet,

Patron, Poems, ed. by Stanley Wells, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 281‒4.  

William Dodd, review of The Cacmbridge Introduction to Shakespeare’s Comedies, by

Penny Gay, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 284‒6.

James Kearney, review of Shakespeare’s Book: Essays in Reading, Writing, and

Reception, ed. by Richard Meek, Jane Rickard, and Richard Wilson, Shakespeare

Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 286‒9.

David Hillman, review of Skepticism and Memory in Shakespeare and Donne, by Anita Gilman Sherman, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 290‒2.

Lara Bovilsky, review of Early Modern Ecostudies: From the Florentine Codex to Shakespeare, ed. by Thomas Hallock, Ivo Kamps, and Karen L. Raber, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 292‒5.

John D. Staines, review of Shakespeare and the Eighteenth Century, ed. by Peter Sabor and Paul Yachin, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 295‒8.

Catherine Belsey, review of Shakespearean Gothic, ed. by Christy Desmet and Anne Williams, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 298‒300.

Anston Bosman, review of Shakespeare and European Politics, ed. by Dirk Delabastita, Jozef de Vos, and Paul Franssen, Shakespeare Quarterly 62.2 (2011): 300‒02.

Volume 62, Number 1, Spring 2011

Essays:

Amanda Bailey, “Shylock and the Slaves: Owing and Owning in The Merchant of

Venice,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.1 (2011): 1‒24.

Carolyn Sale, “Black Aeneas: Race, English Literary History, and the ‘Barbarous’

Poetics of Titus Andronicus,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.1 (2011): 25‒52.

Hugh Craig, “Shakespeare’s Vocabulary: Myth and Reality,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.1

(2011): 53‒74.

Anita Gilman Sherman, “Forms of Oblivion: Losing the Revels Office at St. John’s,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.1 (2011): 75‒105.

Review Essays:

Brain Vickers, “Shakespeare and Authorship Studies in the Twenty-First Century,” Shakespeare Quarterly 62.1 (2011): 106‒42.