Shakespeare and Theory: Special Issue I

The latest issue of English Studies
Pete Postlethwaite plays the lead in a production of Shakespeare's King Lear
Shakespeare and Theory: Special Issue I
Guest Editors: François-Xavier Gleyzon and Johann Gregory

The latest issue of English Studies (a Taylor and Francis journal) is a special issue on Shakespeare and Theory.


(Vol. 94.3)

Thinking through Shakespeare: An Introduction to Shakespeare and Theory
Johann Gregory and François-Xavier Gleyzon

Shakespeare by Design: A Flight of Concepts
Julia Reinhard Lupton and C.J. Gordon (University of California)

Of Cause
Madhavi Menon (American University)

“After the Takeover”: Shakespeare, Lacan, Žižek and the Interpassive Subject
Étienne Poulard (Cardiff University)

Wordplay in Shakespeare’s Hamlet and the Accusation of Derrida’s “Logical Phallusies”
Johann Gregory (Cardiff University)

Storm at Sea: The Tempest, Cultural Materialism and the Early Modern Political Aesthetic
Christopher Pye (Williams College)

A second issue on Shakespeare and Theory, also guest edited by François-Xavier Gleyzon and Johann Gregory, will be published in the November issue of the same journal volume. This issue will include contributions from Arthur Bradley (Lancaster University), Drew Daniel (Johns Hopkins University), François-Xavier Gleyzon (University of Central Florida), Katherine Schaap Williams (Rutgers University) and Richard Wilson (Kingston University) [Read More]

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