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Contents Volume 46

 

Forum:  Shakespeare and Cultural Translation

 

Shakespeare, Translation, Culture – “meaningful commensuration”?

RUI CARVALHO HOMEM

 

Shakespeare’s Myriad-Minded Stage as a Transnational Forum: Openness and Plurality in Drama Translation

PAVEL DRÁBEK

 

German Shakespeare in Translation:  Discords from the Margins

SABINE SCHÜLTING

 

Translating Shakespeare into Postwar French Culture:  The Origins of the Avignon Festival (1947)

FLORENCE MARCH

 

“Dost dialogue with thy shadow?” Translating Shakespeare Today: Tradition and Stage Business

ALFREDO MICHEL MODENESSI

 

Presentism and its Discontents: Cultural Translations of the Financial Crisis through Macbeth and Timon of Athens

MIGUEL RAMALHETE GOMES

 

Shakespeare à part: Scenes of Translation in Jean-Luc Godard’s Bande à part and the Nouvelle Vague

MAURIZIO CALBI

 

Juliet in Ram-Leela: A Passionate Sita

VARSHA PANJWANI

 

Shakespeare’s Digital Flow: Humans, Technologies and the Possibilities of Intercultural Exchange

STEPHEN O’NEILL

 

 

 

Next Gen Plen

 

Introduction

 

Nonsense and Rebellion

REBECCA L. FALL

 

Zora Neale Hurston and Humoral Theory: Comparing Racial Concepts from Early Modern England and Post-Abolition America

KYLE GRADY

 

Shakespeare and the Implications of Paratextual Attribution

AMY LIDSTER

 

Wielding the Maternal Body: Queen Anna of Denmark Performs Blackface Pregnancy

SARA B.T. THIEL

 

 

ARTICLES

 

“Now no way can I stray”: Interpreting Syntactic and Semantic Role Ambiguity in Shakespeare’s Dramatic Verse with Non-native Performers and Readers

MICHAEL INGHAM and RICHARD INGHAM

 

­A Spirit of his Erection: Social Advancement in George Chapman’s The Widow’s Tears

LIAM J. MEYER

 

“How like a god”: Shakespeare and Early Modern Apprehension
ADAM RZEPKA

 

 

REVIEW ARTICLE

 

How to Concern Yourself with Shakespeare’s Books

JONATHAN P. LAMB

 

 

 

REVIEWS

 

James Daybell and Andrew Gordon, eds., Women and Epistolary Agency in Early Modern Culture, 1450-1690

LYNNE MAGNUSSON

 

Ewan Fernie,  Shakespeare for Freedom: Why the Plays Matter

THOMAS CARTELLI

 

Sasha Handley, Sleep in Early Modern England

ELIZABETH HUNTER

 

Paul A. Kottman, ed., The Insistence of Art: Aesthetic Philosophy After Early Modernity

JULIA REINHARD LUPTON

 

Raphael Lyne, Memory and Intertextuality in Renaissance Literature

GARRETT A. SULLIVAN, JR.

 

Leah S. Marcus, How Shakespeare Became Colonial: Editorial Tradition and the British Empire

REBECCA ANN BACH

 

Michael Neill and David Schalkwyck, eds.,  The Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean Tragedy

MARISSA GREENBERG

 

James Purkis, Shakespeare and Manuscript Drama: Canon, Collaboration, and Text

ALAN STEWART

 

Tom Rutter, Shakespeare and the Admiral’s Men: Reading Across Repertories

On the London Stage, 1594-1600

S.P CERASANO

 

Bruce R. Smith, Shakespeare | Cut: Rethinking Cutwork in an Age of Distraction

W.B. WORTHEN