Edited by Michelle Dowd

Volume 12 (2015)

Shakespeare and Ecocriticism Reconsidered
Jennifer Munroe

Shakespeare and Animal Studies
Karen Raber

Shakespeare and Social Media
Stephen O’Neill
See Also: Teaching and Learning Guide

Shakespeare and Masculinity
Jennifer Feather

Volume 11 (2014)

Beyond Materiality in Shakespeare Studies
James A. Knapp

Shakespeare’s Linguistic Creativity: A Reappraisal
Alysia Kolentsis

Shakespeare, Time, Theory
Sarah Lewis

Volume 10 (2013)

Shakespeare and the ‘Spatial Turn’
Dr Sarah Dustagheer

Shakespeare and World Cinema: A Critical Overview
Kevin Murray

Women’s Speech in the Age of Shakespeare
Kathleen Kalpin Smith
See also: Teaching Guide for: “Women’s Speech in the Age of Shakespeare”

Shakespeare and Girlhood
Jennifer Higginbotham

Atheist, Adulterer, Sodomite, Thief, Murderer, Lyer, Perjurer, Witch, Conjuror or Brute Beast? Discovering the Ungodly in Shakespeare’s England
Tiffany Jo Werth

Shakespeare and Popular Politics
Jeffrey S Doty

Volume 9 (2012)

Canonising the Shakespeare Apocrypha: Shakespeare, Middleton and Co-Existent Canons
Peter Kirwan

Shakespeare and Memory
Lina Perkins Wilder

Volume 8 (2011)

“Mock not Flesh and Blood/With Solemn Reverence”: Recovering Radical Shakespeare
Chris Fitter

Shakespeare and Friendship: An Intersection of Interest
John Garrison

Shakespeare and Marriage: An Open Question
Frances E. Dolan

The Popularity of Jane Eyre in China
Qinghong Wu and Lu Huang

Shakespeare and Early Modern Visual Culture
Chloe Porter

Shakespearean Medievalism and the Limits of Periodization in Cymbeline
Deanne Williams

Shakespeare and Disability Studies
David Houston Wood

The East as Poetic Commodity in Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis
Miriam Jacobson

Shakespeare’s Children
Joseph Campana

Volume 7 (2010)

Shakespeare’s Plays and Broadside Ballads
Simone Chess

‘Our Scene is Alter’d’: Adaptations and Re-Workings of Hamlet for Young People
Abigail Rokison

Beyond Historicism: Presentism, Subjectivity, Politics
Evelyn Gajowski

Shakespeare and Material Culture
Catherine Richardson

Shakespeare and Happiness
Kevin Laam

A Shakespearean Character on the Eighteenth-Century Stage: Recognizing Perdita
Emily Hodgson Anderson

Shakespeare and Work
Michelle M. Dowd

Volume 6 (2009)

Shakespeare and Elizabeth I: Icons and their Afterlives
Helen Hackett

Shakespeare’s Actors
John H. Astington

Shakespeare in Spain: Current Research Trends
Clara Calvo

‘Understood Relations’: Law and Literature in Early Modern Studies
Subha Mukherji

Shakespeare and the Senses
Holly Dugan

Shakespeare and Performance
Genevieve Love

‘Not One Thing Exactly’: Gender, Performance and Critical Debates over the Early Modern Boy-Actress
Roberta Barker

Shakespeare and Narrative
Richard Meek

Shakespeare and Food: A Review Essay
David B. Goldstein

Political Theology and Shakespeare Studies
Jennifer R. Rust

Volume 5 (2008)

Shakespeare Now: The Function of Presentism at the Critical Time
John Holbo

Shakespeare’s ‘Other’ Worlds: The Critical Trek
Emily Bartels

Early Modern Digital Scholarship and DEEP: Database of Early English Playbooks
Alan B. Farmer, Zachary Lesser

Women and Shakespeare in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century
Fiona Ritchie

Shakespeare’s Macbeth and Post-Reformation Desire
Patricia Marchesi

Shakespeare’s Books: Reading Dumb Eloquence and Speaking Breasts
Charlotte Scott

The Shakespeare Authorship Debate Revisited
Emma Smith

Titus Andronicus: A Violent Change of Fortunes
Jane Kingsley-Smith

Volume 4 (2007)

Reading Shakespearean Violence
J. Gavin Paul

Love’s Usury, Poet’s Debt: Borrowing and Mimesis in Shakespeare’s Sonnets
Christopher Thurman

Shakespeare and the City
Adam Hansen

Volume 3 (2006)

Film as the New Shakespeare and Film on Shakespeare: Reversing the Shakespeare/Film Trajectory
Deborah Cartmell

The Shores of Hybridity: Shakespeare and the Mediterranean
Paul A. Cantor

Renewing Kenneth Burke’s “Plea for the Shakespearean Drama”
Scott L. Newstok

British Ill Done?: Recent Work on Shakespeare and British, English, Irish, Scottish and Welsh Identities
Willy Maley

Shakespeare Against Doctrine
Theodore Leinwand

Psychoanalytic Criticism of Shakespeare
David Mikics

Trickster Shakespeare? Canada and the Bard
Susan Knutson

A Brief History of the Edited Shakespearean Text
Gavin Paul

Two Responses to ‘Shakespeare and Embodiment: An E-Conversation’
Richard Strier, Carla Mazzio

Volume 2 (2005)

Shakespeare in the Restoration
Sandra Clark

Ten Questions for Shakespeare
Douglas Bruster

Shakespeare and Embodiment: An E-Conversation
Mary Floyd-Wilson, Matthew Greenfield, Gail Kern Paster, Tanya Pollard, Katherine Rowe, Julian Yates

Shakespearean Editing and Why It Matters
Leah Marcus

Victorian Shakespeare
Gail Marshall

A Sign that History is Happening: Shakespeare in 20th-Century South African literature
Natasha Distiller

The Humour of Children: Performance, Gender, and the Early Modern Children’s Companies
Lucy Munro

Linking Teaching and Research through Technology
Christie Carson

Volume 1 (2004)

Shakespeare and Gender
Penelope Freedman

Performance and Playing Spaces in the Age of Shakespeare
Alison Findlay

Shakespeare on Film: Early Modern Texts, Postmodern Statements
Elsie Walker

Class, Class Consciousness and Specters of Marx in Shakespeare’s History Plays
Thomas Anderson

Vagabonds, Players and Shakespeare
Rebecca Nesvet

Shakespeare and Aristotle
Sarah Dewar-Watson

Shakespeare and Romance
Darlene C. Greenhalgh

‘Shakespeare and eco-criticism: The unexpected return of the Elizabethan World Picture’
Gabriel Egan

Shakespeare and the Theatre Reviewer
Paul Prescott