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Theatre in London
(Oxford University Press, 2003)
For a thousand years after the departure of the Romans in the fifth-century CE no theatres were built in Britain, and Shakespeare's works are key texts in the rebirth of professional playing in the late sixteenth century. ...
A research interview with theatre historian Andy Kesson on the subject of Lyly (20 minutes)
(De Montfort University, 2013)
Talking books with Gabriel Egan
(Shakespeare Newsletter, 2017-09-01)
James J. Marino: Owning William Shakespeare: The King's Men and Their Intellectual Property.
(Erich Schmidt Verlag, 2012-01)
Shakespeare: editions and textual studies
(© English Association, 2002)
EEBO's search limitations and advantages, compared to print resources
When literary studies started to go electronic about 10 to 15 years ago, everybody got excited about hypertext. George Landow even famously argued that by enhancing our power to flit like readerly butterflies from one thing ...
The closure of the theatres
(Modern Humanities Research Association, 2014)
Review of Jean E. Howard and Scott Cutler Shershow, 'Marxist Shakespeares' (London: Routledge, 2001)
(© Sheffield Hallam University, Department of English, 2001)
Review of Holland, P. (ed.). 'Shakespeare Survey 59: editing Shakespeare' (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006)
(© Sixteenth Century Journal, 2009)
Electronic publishing: politics and pragmatics: new technologies in medieval and renaissance studies volume 2
(Iter Inc. and the Arizona Board of Regents for Arizona State University, 2010)
The technologies, economics, and politics of scholarly publication in the humanities look set to change rapidly in the near future. Even if the market for print publication were to remain relatively buoyant, national ...