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Shakespeare and eco-criticism: the unexpected return of the Elizabethan world picture
In the early 1970s the Gaia hypothesis of James E. Lovelock and Lynn Margulis proposed that self-regulating processes of homeostasis have locked together the obviously living biosphere and the apparently dead environment ...
Thomas Platter's account of an unknown play at the Curtain or the Boar's Head
(© Oxford University Press, 2000)
Prompting, backstage activity and and the openings onto the Shakespearian stage
(Society of Theatre Research, 2002)
The early seventeenth-century origin of the Macbeth superstition
(© Oxford University Press, 2002)
Showing versus telling: Shakespeare's ekphraseis, visual absences and the cinema
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2001)
Ariel's costume in the original staging of 'The Tempest'
(Society of Theatre Research, 1997)
Reconstructions of the Globe: a retrospective
(© Cambridge University Press, 1999)