Shakespeare in Our Time: A Shakespeare Association of America  Collection

Shakespeare in Our Time: A Shakespeare Association of America Collection

By: Dympna Callaghan (volume_editor), Suzanne Gossett (volume_editor)Paperback

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This volume marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death by reflecting on the unrivalled work of the Shakespeare Association of America and offering a unique collection of leading Shakespeare scholars outlining key developments in Shakespeare studies over the last two decades. These essays are complemented by younger scholars who respond and look forward to new fields of study and debate. As such the book offers a "state of the nation" look at Shakespeare criticism, covering all the key areas of research and study including gender, text, performance, the body, history, religion and biography. This is a must-read, comprehensive introduction to the key critical ideas surrounding Shakespeare's work and a stimulating exploration of where Shakespeare studies will go next.

About Author

Dympna Callaghan is William L. Safire Professor of Modern Letters at Syracuse University, USA. Suzanne Gossett is Emeritus Professor of Literature at Loyola University, Chicago, USA.

Contents

Preface - Lena Orlin List of Contributors Introduction - Dympna Callaghan and Suzanne Gossett Feminism Why Feminism Still Matters - Phyllis Rackin Just Imagine - Kathryn Schwarz Letters, Characters, Roots - Wendy Wall Sexuality Deeds, Desire, Delight - Bruce R. Smith Rethinking Sexual Acts and Identities - Mario DiGangi HexaSexuality - Madhavi Menon Teaching The Classroom - David Bevington Money for Jam - Marjorie Garber Extension Work - Patricia Cahill Editing Facts, Theories, and Beliefs - Barbara A. Mowat What We Owe to Editors - Lukas Erne What's Next in Editing Shakespeare - Sonia Massai Mortality Suicide as Profit or Loss - Mary Beth Rose Death and King Lear - Michael Neill Shakespeare's Here - Scott L. Newstok Media Spectatorship, Remediation, and One Hundred Years of Hamlet - James C. Bulman Performing Shakespeare through Social Media - Pascale Aebischer Reading Shakespeare through Media Archaeology - Alan Galey Race and Class Is Black so Base a Hue? - Jean E. Howard The Race of Shakespeare's Mind - Lara Bovilsky Speaking of Race - Ian Smith Sources Shakespeare and the Bible - Robert S. Miola Shakespeare's Sources - Ania Loomba Volver, or Coming Back - Sarah Beckwith Text and Authorship Collaboration 2016 - Gary Taylor The Value of Stage Directions - Laurie Maguire The Author Being Dead - Adam G. Hooks Globalization Against Our Own Ignorance - Susanne L. Wofford Circumnavigation, Shakespeare, and the Origins of Globalization - Daniel Vitkus The Bard in Calcutta, India, 1835-2014 - Jyotsna G. Singh Bodies and Emotions Bodies without Borders in Lear and Macbeth - Gail Kern Paster Potions, Passion, and Fairy Knowledge in A Midsummer Night's Dream - Mary Floyd-Wilson Shakespeare and Variant Embodiment - David Houston Wood Social Context Social Contexting - Frances E. Dolan "Hic et ubique": Hamlet in Sync - Bradin Bormack Playing in Context, Playing out Context - William N. West Historicism Historicizing Historicism - William C. Carroll Minding Anachronism - Margreta de Grazia The Historicist as Gamer - Gina Bloom Appropriations American Appropriation through the Centuries - Georgianna Ziegler Appropriation 2.0 - Christy Desmet Appropriation in Contemporary Fiction - Andrew Hartley Biography Shakespeare and Biography - Peter Holland Shakespeare's Friends and Family in the Archives - David Kathman Biography vs. Novel - Lois Potter Classicism The Classics as Popular Discourse - Coppelia Kahn Shakespeare's Classicism, Redux - Lynn Enterline Time, Verisimilitude, and the Counter-Classical Ovid - Heather James Public Shakespeare The Publicity of the Look - Paul Yachnin Public Women / Women of Valor - Julia Reinhard Lupton The Ghost of the Public University - Henry S. Turner Style William Shakespeare, Elizabethan Stylist - Russ McDonald Nondramatic Style - Stephen Guy-Bray Shakespeare's Lexical Style - Alysia Kolentsis Performance Pluralizing Performance - Diana E. Henderson The Study of Historical Performance - Tiffany Stern Shakespeare / Performance - W. B. Worthen Ecocriticism Shakespeare and Nature - Rebecca Bushnell Shakespeare without Nature - Steve Mentz The Chicken and the Egg - Karen Raber Afterword: Shakespeare in Tehran - Stephen Greenblatt

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781472520418
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 376
  • ID: 9781472520418
  • weight: 519
  • ISBN10: 1472520416

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