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The Year’s Contribution to Shakespeare Studies

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 October 2016

Peter Holland
University of Notre Dame, Indiana
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Shakespeare Survey , pp. 447 - 486
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2016

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Books reviewed

Anderson, Miranda, The Renaissance Extended Mind (Basingstoke, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Callaghan, Dympna, Hamlet, Language and Writing (London, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Cefalu, Paul, Tragic Cognition in Shakespeare’s Othello: Beyond the Neural Sublime (London, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Chiari, Sophie, ed., The Circulation of Knowledge in Early Modern English Literature (Ashgate, 2015)Google Scholar
Duncan-Jones, Katherine, Portraits of Shakespeare (Oxford, 2015)Google Scholar
Edmondson, Paul, Shakespeare (London, 2015)Google Scholar
Ellrodt, Robert, Montaigne and Shakespeare: The Emergence of Modern Self-consciousness (Manchester, 2015)Google Scholar
Farabee, Darlene, Shakespeare’s Staged Spaces and Playgoers’ Perceptions (Basingstoke, 2014)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hassel, R. Chris Jr, Shakespeare’s Religious Language: A Dictionary (London, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Jones, Gwylim, Shakespeare’s Storms (Manchester, 2015)Google Scholar
Knapp, James A., ed., Shakespeare and the Power of the Face (Ashgate, 2015)Google Scholar
Lennox, Patricia, and Mirabella, Bella, eds., Shakespeare and Costume (London, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Loewenstein, David and Witmore, Michael, eds., Shakespeare and Early Modern Religion (Cambridge, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Mullaney, Steven, The Reformation of Emotions in the Age of Shakespeare (Chicago, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Pye, Christopher, The Storm at Sea: Political Aesthetics in the Time of Shakespeare (New York, 2015)Google Scholar
Skinner, Quentin, Forensic Shakespeare (Oxford, 2014)Google Scholar
Stanton, Kay, Shakespeare’s ‘Whores’: Erotics, Politics and Poetics (Basingstoke, 2014)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Wells, Stanley, Shakespeare: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford, 2015)Google Scholar

Works reviewed

Anderegg, Michael, Lincoln and Shakespeare (Lawrence, KA, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Boecker, Bettina, Imagining Shakespeare’s Original Audiences, 1660–2000: Groundlings, Gallants, Grocers (Basingstoke, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Callow, Simon, Orson Welles: One Man Band (London, 2015)Google Scholar
Croall, Jonathan, Performing King Lear. Gielgud to Russell Beale (London, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Gurr, Andrew, and Karim-Cooper, Farah, eds., Moving Shakespeare Indoors: Performance and Repertoire in the Jacobean Playhouse (Cambridge, 2015)Google Scholar
Hansen, Adam, and Wetmore, Kevin J. Jr, eds., Shakespearean Echoes (Basingstoke, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hartley, Andrew James, ed., Shakespeare on the University Stage (Cambridge, 2015)Google Scholar
Hatchuel, Sarah, and Vienne-Guerin, Nathalie, eds., Shakespeare on Screen: Othello (Cambridge, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Herold, Niels, Prison Shakespeare and the Purpose of Performance: Repentance Rituals and the Early Modern (Basingstoke, 2015)Google Scholar
Mazer, Cary M., Double Shakespeare: Emotional-Realist Acting and Contemporary Performance (Madison, WI, and Teaneck, NJ, 2015)Google Scholar
Prescott, Paul, and Sullivan, Erin, eds., Shakespeare on the Global Stage: Performance and Festivity in the Olympic Year (London, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Price, Eoin, ‘Public’ and ‘Private’ Playhouses in Renaissance England: The Politics of Publication (Basingstoke, 2015)Google Scholar
Raw, Laurence, Theatre of the People Donald Wolfit’s Shakespearean Productions 1937–1953 (Lanham, CO, New York and London, 2016)Google Scholar
Ritchie, Fiona, Women and Shakespeare in the Eighteenth Century (Cambridge, 2014)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Thomas, Alfred, Shakespeare, Dissent and the Cold War (Basingstoke, 2014)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Wells, Stanley, Great Shakespeare Actors: Burbage to Branagh (Oxford, 2015 )Google Scholar

Works reviewed

Bourus, Terri, Young Shakespeare’s Young Hamlet: Print, Piracy, and Performance (New York, 2014)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bruster, Douglas, ‘Shakespeare’s Lady 8’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 66 (2015), 4788.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Clark, Sandra, and Mason, Pamela, eds., Macbeth (London, 2015)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Cross, Lezlie C.Acting in the Paratext: Theatrical Material in Horace Howard Furness’s New Variorum Shakespeare’, Shakespeare Bulletin, 33.2 (2015), 191213CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Erne, Lukas, ‘“I have forgot why I did call thee back”: Editing Romeo and Juliet’s Leave-Taking in the Balcony Scene’, Notes & Queries, 62 (2015), 93–5CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fischlin, Daniel, ed., The Tempest: Shakespeare Made in Canada (Ontario, 2013)Google Scholar
Fischlin, Daniel, ed., Romeo and Juliet: Shakespeare Made in Canada (Ontario, 2013)Google Scholar
Galey, Alan, The Shakespearean Archive: Experiments in New Media from the Renaissance to Postmodernity (Cambridge, 2015)Google Scholar
Greenblatt, Stephen, et al., eds., The Norton Shakespeare, 3rd edn (New York, 2015)Google Scholar
Hirsch, Brett D., and Craig, Hugh, eds., The Shakespearean International Yearbook 14: Special Section, Digital Shakespeares (Farnham, 2014)Google Scholar
Lesser, Zachary, Hamlet after Q1: An Uncanny History of the Shakespearean Text (Philadelphia, 2015)Google Scholar
McDonald, Russ, and Orlin, Lena Cowen, eds., The Bedford Shakespeare (Boston, MA, 2015)Google Scholar
Paul, J. Gavin, Shakespeare and the Imprints of Performance (New York, 2014)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Potter, Lois, ed., The Two Noble Kinsmen, rev. edn (London, 2015)Google Scholar
Taylor, Gary, ‘Empirical Middleton: Macbeth, Adaptation, and Microauthorship’, Shakespeare Quarterly, 65.3 (2014): 239–72CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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