25.11.13

Shakespeare and Theory: Special Issue II

The latest issue of English Studies
Jobsite Theater’s production of Macbeth, starring Giles Davies (Macbeth) and Dahlia Legault (Lady Macbeth). Photo: Crawford Long
Shakespeare and Theory: Special Issue II
Guest Editors: François-Xavier Gleyzon and Johann Gregory

The latest issue of English Studies (94.7, 2013) is a special issue on Shakespeare and Theory.

Contents

(Vol. 94.7)

Listening to the Body …: Transitioning to Shakespeare and Theory (Special Issue II)
François-Xavier Gleyzon (University of Central Florida) and Johann Gregory (Cardiff University)

Performing Disability and Theorizing Deformity
Katherine Schaap Williams (Rutgers University)

Ship of Fools: Foucault and the Shakespeareans
Richard Wilson (Kingston University)

“Untimely Ripp’d”: On Natality, Sovereignty and Unbearable Life
Arthur Bradley (Lancaster University)

Syllogisms and Tears in Timon of Athens
Drew Daniel (Johns Hopkins University)

Opening the Sacred Body or the Profaned Host in The Merchant of Venice
François-Xavier Gleyzon (University of Central Florida)

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