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Early Modern English Domestic Tragedy, Special Issue of Early Modern Literary Studies

August 2, 2017

Exciting journal special issue call for papers

Early English Drama & Performance

Early Modern English Domestic Tragedy, A special issue of Early Modern Literary Studies
Deadline for submissions: September 1, 2017
Contact:L.M.Hopkins@shu.ac.uk

Essays of c. 7000 words are invited for a special issue of Early Modern Literary Studieson domestic tragedy.  Possible topics might include individual plays (e.g. Arden of FavershamA Warning for Fair WomenThe English TravellerA Woman Killed with KindnessThe Miseries of Enforced MarriageTwo Lamentable Tragedies); lost domestic tragedies (e.g. Keep the Widow Waking); the genre as a whole; domestic tragedy and print culture; domestic tragedy and material culture –(props, clothing, trade and domestic objects); editing or teaching domestic tragedies; domestic tragedy in performance; domestic tragedy and tragic subjectivity; domestic tragedy and power, gender, and/or local and national identities;  and the relationship between domestic tragedy and classical conceptions of tragedy (does Othello, for instance, have a claim…

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