Current Issue

Shakespeare Studies 45

 

Forum: Playhouses, Plays, and Theater History: Rethinking the 1580s

 

Playhouses, Plays, and Theater History: Rethinking the 1580s

ANDY KESSON

 

The London Playing Bust of the Early 1580s and the Economics of Elizabethan Theater

DAVID  KATHMAN

 

Printed Playbooks, Performance, and the 1580s’ Lag

AARON  PRATT

 

“certaine houres amongst my bookes”: Recreation, Time, and Text in 1580s London

LOUISE  WILSON

 

Were there Playgoers During the 1580s?

MICHAEL  WEST

 

Super Troupers; or, Supplemented Playing before 1594

ELIZABETH  E. TAVARES

 

The Influence of Children’s Stagecraft: Chapel, School, and Popular Performance in the 1580s

JEANNE  MCCARTHY

 

Children’s Companies and the Long 1580s

LUCY  MUNRO

 

“Contrived in Nature’s shop”: Antitheatricalism in The Woman in the Moon

CHLOE  PORTER

 

The Tragedy of Master Arden of Faversham, True Crime and the Literary Marketplace of the 1580s

EMILY   O’BRIEN

 

Shakespeare in the 1580s

RORY  LOUGHNANE

 

 

 

Next Gen Plen

 

Introduction

 

The Queer Erotics of Size in Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis

VALERIE  BILLING

 

Rogues’ License: Counterfeiting Authority in Early Modern Literature

DEREK  DUNNE

 

The Political Unconscious of the Allusion:  Shakespeare’s Habits of Mind and the Cultural Politics of Reading Chaucer in Early Modern England

BENJAMIN  MIELE

 

Early Modern Alba Amicorum and Collaborative Memory

RAASHI  RASTOGI

 

 

ARTICLES

 

 

Shakespeare’s Intent in Tents

DAVID  M. BERGERON

 

“Accidental Judgments” and “Casual Slaughters” in Hamlet: Horatio’s Eyewitness Account

FREDERICK  KIEFER

 

The Tempest’s Other Plots
DEBAPRIYA  SARKAR

 

 

REVIEWS

 

Bettina Boecker, Imagining Shakespeare’s Original Audience, 1660-2000: Groundlings, Gallants, Grocers

JOHANN  GREGORY

 

Janet Clare, Shakespeare’s Stage Traffic: Imitation, Borrowing and Competition in Renaissance Theatre

ROSLYN  L. KNUTSON

 

Drew Daniel, The Melancholy Assemblage: Affect and Epistemology in the English Renaissance

ELIZABETH  HARVEY

 

Katherine Eggert, Disknowledge, Alchemy, and the End of Humanism in Renaissance England

MARY  THOMAS  CRANE

 

András Kiséry, Hamlet’s Moment: Drama and Political Knowledge in Early Modern England

NINA  LEVINE

 

Katie Knowles, Shakespeare’s Boys: A Cultural History

DEANNE  WILLIAMS

 

Zachary Lesser, Hamlet after Q1: An Uncanny History of the Shakespearean Text

RICHARD  DUTTON

 

Nina Levine, Practicing the City: Early Modern London on Stage

ANDREW  GORDON

 

David Loewenstein and Michael Witmore, eds., Shakespeare and Early Modern Religion

ARTHUR  F. MAROTTI

 

Ania Loomba and Melissa E. Sanchez, eds., Rethinking Feminism in Early Modern Studies: Gender, Race, and Sexuality

MARIO DIGANGI

 

Jeffrey Masten, Queer Philologies: Sex, Language, and Affect in Shakespeare’s Time

ARI FRIEDLANDER

 

Steven Mullaney, The Reformation of Emotions in the Age of Shakespeare

JENNIFER  C. VAUGHT

 

Maria Teresa Micaela Prendergast, Railing, Reviling, and Invective in English Literary Culture, 1588-1617: The Anti-Poetics of Theater and Print

JOSEPH  NAVITSKY

 

Suart Sillars, Shakespeare and the Visual Imagination

KAARA  L. PETERSON

 

Valerie Traub, Thinking Sex with the Early Moderns

COPPÉLIA  KAHN

 

Sir Brian Vickers, The One King Lear

PAUL  WERSTINE