The Folger Shakespeare Library



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.


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.  


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


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.


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


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.   


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


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.


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.   


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


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):



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


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


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.


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


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.


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


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

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


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.


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):


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


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.


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


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):


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


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):


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):


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):


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):


Volume 63, Number 2, Summer 2012


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):


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):


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):


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):


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):


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


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):



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.


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.


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.


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.


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


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.