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SHAKESPEARE STUDIES

Volume XLIX Contents

Forum: Literature and Science

Introduction
SHANKAR RAMAN

How Much Do We Need to Know?
MARY THOMAS CRANE

Of Shadows and Substance: Composing the Shakespeare Photograph
HOWARD MARCHITELLO

Critical Assembly: The Rhetorical Structures
of Scientific Investigation
CLAIRE ELIZABETH PRESTON

The Binding Figures of Eloquence in Early Modernity
JENNY C. MANN

Ethos by the Numbers: Henry IV, Part 1
TRAVIS D. WILLIAMS

Emptiness in Seventeenth-Century Poetry, Politics,
and Natural Philosophy
JONATHAN SAWDAY ́

Shakespeare and the Social History of Truth
DEBAPRIYA SARKAR

Margaret Cavendish Was Not Fond of Telescopes
LIANNE HABINEK

Watery Knowledge on the Early Modern Stage
EVELYN TRIBBLE

The Embarrassments of Rhyme
VALERIE ALLEN

Stimulating Shakespeare’s Deep Brain:
Neurotechnology, Experimental Theater, and the Lab
PERRY GUEVARA

Next Generation Plenary

Introduction

Abject Black Flesh and the Manufacture of White Fear
in Early Modern Anatomical Illustrations
AVERYL DIETERING

“Sanctuary Children” in More’s History
and Shakespeare’s Tragedy of Richard III
EMILY GLIDER

Sexual Healing: Medicine, Pleasure, and Mirth
in Mountebank Representations
SARAH ELIZABETH MAYO

Mary Sidney’s Postmortem Poetics
WHITNEY SPERRAZZA

Climate Leviathan and Ecological Accumulation
in The Tempest 
NATALIE SUZELIS

Articles

Shylock the German
TOBIAS DÖRING

Austen’s Dark Prince: Demonic and Deranged
LUISA MOORE

Time in The Tempest: Shakespeare, The Mock-Tempest
and the Making of Early Modern Carceral Labor
MATTHEW RITGER

Reviews

Darryl Chalk and Mary Floyd-Wilson, eds, Contagion
and the Shakespearean Stage
BARBARA TRAISTER

Kevin Curran, ed., Renaissance Personhood:
Materiality, Taxonomy, Process
BRUCE R. SMITH

Christy Desmet, Sujata Iyengar and Miriam Jacobson, eds,
The Routledge Handbook of Shakespeare
and Global Appropriation
ANSTON BOSMAN

Hillary Eklund and Wendy Beth Hyman, eds,
Teaching Social Justice Through Shakespeare:
Why Renaissance Literature Matters Now
CAROLYN SALE

Brett Gamboa and Lawrence Switzky, eds, Shakespeare’s Things:
Shakespearean Theatre and the Non-Human
World in History, Theory and Performance
SABINE SCHÜLTING

Ivan Lupic´, Subjects of Advice: Drama and Counsel
from More to Shakespeare
JESSE M. LANDER

Lynne Magnusson (with David Schalkwyk), ed.,
The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare’s Language
ADAM ZUCKER

Lucy Munro, Shakespeare in the Theatre: The King’s Men
ROSLYN L. KNUTSON

Karen Raber, Shakespeare and Posthumanist Theory
TODD ANDREW BORLIK

James Shapiro, Shakespeare in a Divided America:
What His Plays Tell Us About Our Past and Future
THOMAS CARTELLI

Miranda Fay Thomas, Shakespeare’s Body Language:
Shaming Gestures and Gender Politics
on the Renaissance Stage
ALEX MACCONOCHIE

Margaret Tudeau-Clayton, Shakespeare’s Englishes:
Against Englishness
LYNNE MAGNUSSON