Brit Grad 2024

British Graduate Shakespeare Conference

13 – 15 June 2024

Combined Academic Publishers Virtual book Exhibit

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Shakespeare

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Histories of the Future

On Shakespeare and Thinking Ahead

Carla Mazzio

£58.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Ghosts, Holes, Rips and Scrapes

Shakespeare in 1619, Bibliography in the Longue Durée

Zachary Lesser

£25.99

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Reading Shakespeare Reading Me

Leonard Barkan

£16.99

Fordham University Press

Shakespeare and Baseball

Reflections of a Shakespeare Professor and Detroit Tigers Fan

Samuel Crowl

£18.99

Ohio University Press

The Drama of Serial Conversion in Early Modern England

Holly Crawford Pickett

£58.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Shakespearean Intersections

Language, Contexts, Critical Keywords

Patricia Parker

£25.99

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Shakespeare's Guide to Hope, Life, and Learning

Lisa Dickson, Shannon Murray, Jessica Riddell

£20.99

University of Toronto Press

Shakespeare's Mad Men

A Crisis of Authority

Richard van Oort

£25.99

Stanford University Press

Richard III's Bodies from Medieval England to Modernity

Shakespeare and Disability History

Jeffrey R. Wilson

£29.99

Temple University Press

Shakespearean Issues

Agency, Skepticism, and Other Puzzles

Richard Strier

£63.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

The Invention of Shakespeare, and Other Essays

Stephen Orgel

£36.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Networking Print in Shakespeare’s England

Influence, Agency, and Revolutionary Change

Blaine Greteman

£29.99

Stanford University Press

Wit's Treasury

Renaissance England and the Classics

Stephen Orgel

£36.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Unfixable Forms

Disability, Performance, and the Early Modern English Theater

Katherine Schaap Williams

£56.00

Cornell University Press

Shakespeare and Trump

Jeffrey R. Wilson

£21.99

Temple University Press

The Nature of the Page

Poetry, Papermaking, and the Ecology of Texts in Renaissance England

Joshua Calhoun

£54.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Shakespeare's First Reader

The Paper Trails of Richard Stonley

Jason Scott-Warren

£45.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

The Matter of Virtue

Women's Ethical Action from Chaucer to Shakespeare

Holly A. Crocker

£85.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Subjects of Advice

Drama and Counsel from More to Shakespeare

Ivan Lupić

£58.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Not of Woman Born

Representations of Caesarean Birth in Medieval and Renaissance Culture

Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski

£16.99

Cornell University Press

England in the Age of Shakespeare

Jeremy Black

£25.99

Indiana University Press

Age in Love

Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Court

Jacqueline Vanhoutte

£49.00

Nebraska

Last Acts

The Art of Dying on the Early Modern Stage

Maggie Vinter

£26.99

Fordham University Press

Shakespeare the Illusionist

Magic, Dreams, and the Supernatural on Film

Neil Forsyth

£40.00

Ohio University Press

Shakesplish

How We Read Shakespeare's Language

Paula Blank

£23.99

Stanford University Press

Phantasmatic Shakespeare

Imagination in the Age of Early Modern Science

Suparna Roychoudhury

£47.00

Cornell University Press

Queer Philologies

Sex, Language, and Affect in Shakespeare's Time

Jeffrey Masten

£29.99

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

The Expense of Spirit

Love and Sexuality in English Renaissance Drama

Mary Beth Rose

£14.99

Cornell University Press

The Venetian Qur'an

A Renaissance Companion to Islam

Pier Mattia Tommasino, Sylvia Notini

£63.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Playwriting Playgoers in Shakespeare's Theater

Matteo A. Pangallo

£63.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Members of His Body

Shakespeare, Paul, and a Theology of Nonmonogamy

Will Stockton

£23.99

Fordham University Press

Shakespeare's Schoolroom

Rhetoric, Discipline, Emotion

Lynn Enterline

£25.99

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

"Hamlet" After Q1

An Uncanny History of the Shakespearean Text

Zachary Lesser

£29.99

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Renaissance

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Coterie Poetics and the Beginnings of the English Literary Tradition

From Chaucer to Spenser

R. D. Perry

£63.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Agents without Empire

Mobility and Race-Making in Sixteenth-Century France

Antonia Szabari

£29.99

Fordham University Press

Fictions of Consent

Slavery, Servitude, and Free Service in Early Modern England

Urvashi Chakravarty

£25.99

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Scripts of Blackness

Early Modern Performance Culture and the Making of Race

Noémie Ndiaye, Geraldine Heng, Ayanna Thompson

£25.99

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Addiction and Devotion in Early Modern England

Rebecca Lemon

£25.99

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

A View of Venice

Portrait of a Renaissance City

Kristin Love Huffman

£27.99

Duke University Press Books

The Theatre Couple in Early Modern Italy

Self-Fashioning and Mutual Marketing

Serena Laiena

£47.00

University of Delaware Press

The Visionary Queen

Justice, Reform, and the Labyrinth in Marguerite de Navarre

Theresa Brock

£27.99

University of Delaware Press

Sex Lives

Intimate Infrastructures in Early Modernity

Joseph Gamble

£49.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

The Captive Sea

Slavery, Communication, and Commerce in Early Modern Spain and the Mediterranean

Daniel Hershenzon

£25.99

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

The Enthusiast

Anatomy of the Fanatic in Seventeenth-Century British Culture

William Cook Miller

£49.00

Cornell University Press

The Unknowable in Early Modern Thought

Natural Philosophy and the Poetics of the Ineffable

Kevin Killeen

£25.99

Stanford University Press

Recovering Women's Past

New Epistemologies, New Ventures

Séverine Genieys-Kirk

£58.00

Nebraska

Ordering Customs

Ethnographic Thought in Early Modern Venice

Kathryn Taylor

£38.00

University of Delaware Press

Bad Blood

Staging Race Between Early Modern England and Spain

Emily Weissbourd

£49.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Gendering the Renaissance

Text and Context in Early Modern Italy

Meredith K. Ray, Lynn Lara Westwater, Anna Wainwright, Suzanne Magnanini, Nathalie Hester, Gabriella Zarri, Emanuela Zanotti Carney, Jennifer Haraguchi, Michael Sherberg, Courtney Quaintance, Meredith K. Ray, Lynn Lara Westwater

£40.00

University of Delaware Press

Possible Knowledge

The Literary Forms of Early Modern Science

Debapriya Sarkar

£58.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

The Paradoxes of Ignorance in Early Modern England and France

Sandrine Parageau

£25.99

Stanford University Press

England's Jews

Finance, Violence, and the Crown in the Thirteenth Century

John Tolan

£40.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Jewish Blues

A History of a Color in Judaism

Gadi Sagiv

£49.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Roma Traversata

Tracing Historic Pathways through Rome

Allan Ceen

£38.00

Cornell University Press

Botanical Poetics

Early Modern Plant Books and the Husbandry of Print

Jessica Rosenberg

£67.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Writing Plague

Jewish Responses to the Great Italian Plague

Susan L. Einbinder

£49.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Ceremonial Splendor

Performing Priesthood in Early Modern France

Joy Palacios

£49.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Won in Translation

Textual Mobility in Early Modern Europe

Roger Chartier, John H. Pollack

£49.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Bad Humor

Race and Religious Essentialism in Early Modern England

Kimberly Anne Coles

£58.00

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

On Pestilence

A Renaissance Treatise on Plague

Girolamo Mercuriale, Craig Martin

£25.99

University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

Irregular Unions

Clandestine Marriage in Early Modern English Literature

Katharine Cleland

£19.99

Cornell University Press

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Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies

The Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies is a home for new interdisciplinary scholarship on the early modern world that roots its inquiries in current theoretical and political debates. JEMCS understands the “early modern” in its broadest possible scope, and welcomes studies on political theology, philosophy, economy (labor, slavery, class), aesthetic currents, and the intellectual and cultural world of the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries.

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Huntington Library Quarterly

The Huntington Library Quarterly invites submissions of research articles concerning the literature, history, and art of Britain and America from the sixteenth century through the long eighteenth century. These need not relate to the Huntington Library’s own collections; the site of research or sources has no influence on the evaluation of submissions.

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