17th Century

Edited by Nicholas McDowell

Volume 11 (2014)

Gender and the Public Sphere in Habermas and Milton: New Critical Directions
Laura Knoppers

“Manured with the Starres”: Recovering an Early Modern Discourse of Sustainability
Ayesha Mukherjee

Machinamentum X: Marvell and Technology
Julianne Werlin

Manuscript, Monument, Memory: the Circulation of Epitaphs in the 17th Century
Claire Bryony Williams

Beyond Politics? Marvell and the Fortunes of Context
Matthew C. Augustine

Volume 8 (2011)

‘Like Penelope, always employed’: Reading, Life-Writing, and the Early Modern Female Self in Katherine Austen’s Book M
Sarah C. E. Ross

Renaissance Society of America Convention, April 2010 The Intellectual Culture of Puritan Women, 1558–1680
Elizabeth Scott-Baumann and Johanna Harris

Imagining a National Church: Election and Education in the Works of Anne Cooke Bacon
Lynne Magnusson

The Countess of Pembroke and the Practice of Piety
Danielle Clarke

Lady Brilliana Harley’s Letters and Puritan Intellectual Culture
Johanna Harris

Response to three essays on The Intellectual Culture of Puritan Women, 1558–1680 presented at Renaissance Society of America Convention, April 2010 Literature Compass Conference Cluster
Peter Lake

Amelia Zurcher

The Digital Temple: A Preview of Features, Current and Potential
Robert Whalen

Volume 7 (2010)

Women’s Writing in Seventeenth-Century Ireland
Marie-Louise Coolahan

‘We’ll build in sonnets pretty rooms’: Early Modern Literary Studies, the ‘Spatial Turn’ and Ecocriticism
Lynn Robson

The Greening of Milton Criticism
Robert Wilcher

From Print versus Manuscript to Sociable Authorship and Mixed Media: A Review of Trends in the Scholarship of Early Modern Publication
Zeynep Tenger and Paul Trolander

Reviving ‘the Cavalier Poets’: Coterie Verse and the Form of the Poetic Anthology
Nicholas McDowell

Reading Early Modern Literature Historically
George Southcombe

‘My Euell Hande': The Shapes of Women’s Letters in Early Modern England
Elizabeth Mazzola

Special Issue: ‘Scholarly Editing in the Twenty-First Century’– Preface
Regenia Gagnier

Special Issue: “Scholarly Editing in the Twenty-first Century”– Introduction
Arthur F. Marotti

Electronic Archives and Critical Editing (p 37-42)
Jerome McGann
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Theorizing the Digital Scholarly Edition (p 43-56)
Hans Walter Gabler
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Editing Without Walls (p 57-61)
Peter Robinson
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Our Affection for Books (p 62-71)
Susan J. Wolfson
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His Days Among the Dead are No Longer Passed: Editing Robert Southey (p 72-81)
Lynda Pratt
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Different Demands, Different Priorities: Electronic and Print Editions (p 82-88)
Stuart Curran
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Editing Manuscripts in Print and Digital Forms (p 89-94)
Arthur F. Marotti
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All of the Above: The Importance of Multiple Editions of Renaissance Manuscripts (p 95-101)
Steven W. May
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Editing Early Modern Women’s Manuscripts: Theory, Electronic Editions, and the Accidental Copy-Text (p 102-109)
Margaret J. M. Ezell
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Different Strokes, Same Folk: Designing the Multi-Form Digital Edition (p 110-119)
Daniel Paul O’Donnell
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Special Issue: ‘Scholarly Editing in the Twenty-First Century’– A Conclusion (p 120-133)
Laura Mandell
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Special Issue: ‘Scholarly Editing in the Twenty-First Century’– Combined Bibliography (p 134-144)
Jerome McGann, Hans Walter Gabler, Susan J. Wolfson, Lynda Pratt, Stuart Curran, Arthur F. Marotti, Steven W. May, Margaret J. M. Ezell, Daniel Paul O’Donnell, Laura Mandell
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Volume 6 (2009)

Archipelagic Orinda? Katherine Philips and the Writing of Welsh Women’s Literary History (p 1167-1176)
Sarah Prescott

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New Approaches to the Work of Robert Herrick (p 1177-1187)
Ruth Connolly

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What’s Political in Seventeenth-Century Women’s Political Writing? (p 927-941)
Mihoko Suzuki

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Material Meanings and the Social Signs of Manuscript Letters in Early Modern England (p 647-667)
James Daybell

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Does Performance Studies Speak to Restoration Theatre? (p 668-679)
Deborah Payne Fisk

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The Use and Misuse of Early English Books Online (p 680-692)
Ian Gadd

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New Directions in Recent Milton Criticism (p 693-705)
John West

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The Oxford Edition of Donne’s Letters: Well Underway (p 407-412)
Margaret Maurer

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‘Apparitions, and Ghosts': H(a)unting Donne’s Letters (p 413-423)
M. Thomas Hester

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‘Only in Obedience’ to Whom? – The Identity of a Donne Correspondent (p 424-432)
Dennis Flynn

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Problems in Editing John Donne’s Letters: Unreliable Primary Materials (p 433-445)
Ernest W. Sullivan, II

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Beyond Romance? Re-Reading the ‘Lives’ of Anne, Lady Halkett (1621/2?–1699) (p 446-459)
Suzanne Trill

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Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Drama: New Directions in the Field
Laura J. Rosenthal

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Volume 5 (2008)

Recent Developments in Early Modern English Life Writing and Romance (p 1081-1096)
Julie A. Eckerle

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Introduction to the Second Donne Cluster: Three Papers from The Texas A&M John Donne Collection: A Symposium and Exhibition (p 822-824)
Gary A. Stringer

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Donne into Print: The Seventeenth-Century Collected Editions of Donne’s Poetry (p 825-841)
Ted-Larry Pebworth

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‘a mixed Parenthesis': John Donne’s Letters to Severall Persons of Honour (p 842-854)
M. Thomas Hester

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What We Think About Donne: A History of Donne Criticism in Twenty Minutes (p 855-864)
Paul A. Parrish

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‘This Diabolical Generation’– The Ranters and the Devil (p 591-602)
Evan Labuzetta

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Recent Developments in the Study of Seventeenth-Century Literature and Three Papers from the 2007 Margaret Cavendish Conference (p 336-341)
James Fitzmaurice

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Filling in the Picture: Contexts and Contacts of Jane Cavendish (p 342-352)
Alexandra G. Bennett

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Mrs. Dalloway and the Duchess: Virginia Woolf Reads and Writes Margaret Cavendish (p 353-361)
Lise Mae Schlosser

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From Drama to Science: Margaret Cavendish as Vanishing Mediator (p 362-375)
John Shanahan

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Queering the Seventeenth Century: Historicism, Queer Theory, and Early Modern Literature (p 376-393)
Jeremy W. Webster

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Volume 4 (2007)

Let’s Get Physical: Bibliography, Codicology, and Seventeenth-Century Women’s Manuscripts (p 1667-1682)
Victoria E. Burke

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Female Characters on the Jacobean Stage Defying Type: When is a Shrew Not a Shrew? (p 1122-1132)
Anna Kamaralli

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Working the Early Modern Archive: The Search for Lady Ingram (p 737-750)
Lena Cowen Orlin

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Cross-Channel Connections: Early Modern English Noblewomen’s Familiarity with Continental Women’s Literary and Performance Practices (p 751-765)
Julie Campbell

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Literatures of Wonder in Early Modern England and America (p 766-783)
Julie Sievers

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Women and English Renaissance Drama: Making and Unmaking ‘The All-Male Stage’ (p 784-796)
Clare McManus

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Introduction: Three Papers from The Texas A&M John Donne Collection: A Symposium and Exhibition (p 420-422)
Gary A. Stringer

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Donne and Disbelief: The Early Prose (p 423-432)
Ernest W. Sullivan

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The Cultural Significance of Donne’s Sermons (p 433-442)
Jeanne Shami

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T. R. O’Flahertie’s Copy of Donne’s Letters (p 443-462)
Donald R. Dickson

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Working with Anonymity: A Theory of Theory vs. Archive (p 463-469)
Robert J. Griffin

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Volume 3 (2006)

Rethinking Women and Property in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England (p 1386-1407)
Pamela Hammons

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Historical Figuration: Poetics, Historiography, and New Genre Studies1 (p 1124-1149)
W. Scott Howard

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Of Cyder and Sallets: The Hortulan Saints and The Garden of Cyrus (p 867-883)
Claire Preston

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The Cultural Geographies of Early Modern Women’s Writing: Journeys Across Spaces and Times (p 884-895)
Kate Chedgzoy

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Literary History’s Alternate Groove: The Expectations of Periodization and Seventeenth-Century Literary Culture (p 444-452)
Margaret Ezell

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Samson’s “Rousing Motions”: What They Are, How They Work, and Why They Matter (p 453-469)
Richard DuRocher

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‘Love’s Interest': Agency and Identity in a Seventeenth-Century Nun’s Letters (p 149-158)
Mareile Pfannebecker

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‘As He Refined the Language': Dryden’s Task as a Translator (p 159-171)
David Currell

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Volume 2 (2005)

Paradigms Lost, Paradigms Found: The New Milton Criticism
Peter C. Herman

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Introducing Hester Pulter and the Perdita Project (p **-**)
Elizabeth Clarke

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A ‘Perfect Circle’? Alchemy in the Poetry of Hester Pulter (p **-**)
Jayne Archer

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Tears, Bezoars and Blazing Comets: Gender and Politics in Hester Pulter’s Civil War Lyrics (p **-**)
Sarah Ross

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Reading Hester Pulter Reading (p **-**)
Mark Robson

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‘Creating new flesh on the Demon cold': Blake’s Milton and the Apotheoses of a Poet
David Fallon

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Volume 1 (2004)

The Early Reception of Paradise Lost (p **-**)
William Poole

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Milton Scholarship and the Agon over Samson Agonistes (p **-**)
Alan Rudrum

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Lucan in the Renaissance, pre-1625: An Introduction (p **-**)
Edward Paleit

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The Value of Practical Work and of Theatregoing in the Study of Seventeenth- Century Drama (1600–1640) (p **-**)
Richard Allen Cave

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Political Satire in Early Stuart England: New Voices, New Narratives (p **-**)
Andrew McRae

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The Presence of Religion in Early Modern Cultural Studies (p **-**)
Daniel Gates

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Skepticism in the Seventeenth Century (p **-**)
Anita Gilman Sherman

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The History of the Book and a History of Two Books: How Print Culture Can Inform Literary Study (p **-**)
Cyndia Susan Clegg

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The Reinvention of Scholia: Etexts and the Teaching of Early Modern Literature (p **-**)
Matthew Steggle

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Textual Transmission, Reception and the Editing of Early Modern Texts1 (p **-**)
Adam Smyth

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Humanism and Heresy in Milton’s England (p **-**)
Nicholas McDowell

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