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Contents Volume 47

Forum: Shakespeare for Specialized Performers

and Audiences

 

Introduction: “All Our Abilities”

SHEILA T. CAVANAGH

 

Joey’s Dream

STEPHEN UNWIN

 

Shakespeare for Veterans: Feast of Crispian

NANCY SMITH-WATSON

 

Disturbing Shakespeare and Challenging the

Preconceptions

ROWAN MACKENZIE

 

Reflections on “Social Dreaming” with Shakespeare

ESTHER R. ELLIOTT

 

“Give Me Your Hands”

ROBERT SHAUGHNESSY

 

ProTactile Shakespeare: Inclusive Theater by/for the

DeafBlind

JILLMARIE BRADBURY, JOHN LEE CLARK, RACHEL GROSSMAN,

JASON HERBERS, VICTORIA MAGLIOCCHINO, JASPER NORMAN,

YASHAIRA ROMILUS, ROBERT T. SIRVAGE, LISA VAN DERMARK

 

Next Generation Plenary

Introduction

 

“For her sake”: Queer Pregnancy in A Midsummer Night’s

Dream

ALICIA ANDRZEJEWSKI

 

Audiences Writing Race in Shakespeare Performance

LAUREN ERIKS CLINE

 

“In That Dimension Grossly Clad”: Transgender Rhetoric,

Representation and Shakespeare

SAWYER K. KEMP

 

Matisse in the Playhouse

ELIZABETH E. TAVARES

 

Sultanic Drag in Ben Jonson’s Epicene

CORINNE ZEMAN

 

Articles

Staging Rhetorical Vividness in Coriolanus

KATHARINE A. CRAIK

 

Thunderings, Not Words: Aspects of Pauline Style in

Pericles and The Winter’s Tale

DANIEL KNAPPER

 

“A delightful Proteus”: Humors, Disguise, and the Actor’s

Skill in The Blind Beggar of Alexandria and 1 Henry IV

ALEXANDER PAULSSON LASH

 

The Winter’s Tale and Revenge Tragedy

BAILEY SINCOX

 

Review Article

Forms of Justice

SUBHA MUKHERJI

 

Reviews

Patricia Akhimie, Shakespeare and the Cultivation of Difference:

Race and Conduct in the Early Modern World

JOYCE GREEN MACDONALD

 

Jonathan Baldo and Isabel Karremann, eds., Forms of Faith:

Literary Form and Religious Conflict in Early Modern

England

DEVIN BYKER

 

Sarah Dustagheer and Gillian Woods, eds., Stage Directions

and Shakespearean Theatre

EVELYN TRIBBLE

 

David B. Goldstein and Amy L. Tigner, eds., Culinary

Shakespeare: Staging Food and Drink in Early Modern

England

EMILY GRUBER KECK

 

Julia Reinhard Lupton, Shakespeare Dwelling: Designs for

the Theater of Life

SHANKAR RAMAN

 

Claire McEachern, Believing in Shakespeare: Studies in

Longing

HEATHER HIRSCHFELD

 

Gordon McMullan and Philip Mead, with Ailsa Grant

Ferguson, Kate Flaherty, and Mark Houlahan, Antipodal

Shakespeare: Remembering and Forgetting in Britain,

Australia and New Zealand, 1916–2016

LAURIE JOHNSON

 

Kirk Melnikoff, Elizabethan Publishing and the Makings of

Literary Culture

TARA L. LYONS

 

Karen Raber, Shakespeare and Posthumanist Theory

JEAN E. FEERICK

 

Lauren Shohet, ed., Temporality, Genre, and Experience in

the Age of Shakespeare: Forms of Time

EDWARD GIESKES