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Cardiff Shakespeare Publications

This page provides a selection of recent Shakespeare-related publications from students and academics from the School of English, Communication and Philosophy at Cardiff University.

Shakespeare and Theory: Special Issue I

Guest Editors: François-Xavier Gleyzon (University of Central Florida) and Johann Gregory (Cardiff University)

Vol.94.3 of English Studies (a Taylor and Francis  journal) is a special issue on Shakespeare and Theory.

Contents

(Vol. 94.3)

Thinking through Shakespeare: An Introduction to Shakespeare and Theory

Johann Gregory and François-Xavier Gleyzon

Shakespeare by Design: A Flight of Concepts

Julia Reinhard Lupton and C.J. Gordon (University of California)

Of Cause

Madhavi Menon (American University)

“After the Takeover”: Shakespeare, Lacan, Žižek and the Interpassive Subject

Étienne Poulard (Cardiff University)

Wordplay in Shakespeare’s Hamlet and the Accusation of Derrida’s “Logical Phallusies”

Johann Gregory (Cardiff University)

Storm at Sea: The Tempest, Cultural Materialism and the Early Modern Political Aesthetic

Christopher Pye (Williams College)

A second issue on Shakespeare and Theory, also guest edited by François-Xavier Gleyzon and Johann Gregory, will be published in the November issue of the same journal volume. This issue will include contributions from Arthur Bradley (Lancaster University), Drew Daniel (Johns Hopkins University), François-Xavier Gleyzon (University of Central Florida), Katherine Schaap Williams (Rutgers University) and Richard Wilson (Kingston University)

Visit the journal website here.

 

 

 

Other publications:

Roger Christofides, ‘Iago and Equivocation: The Seduction and Damnation of Othello‘ in Early Modern Literary Studies

Johann Gregory, ‘Shakespeare’s “sugred Sonnets”, Troilus and Cressida and the Odcombian Banquet: An exploration of promising paratexts, expectations and matters of taste’ in Shakespeare

Étienne Poulard, ‘Shakespeare’s Politics of Invisibility: Power and Ideology in The Tempest in The International Journal of Žižek Studies

Joseph Sterrett

• ‘Confessing Claudius: Sovereignty, Fraternity & Isolation at the Heart of Hamlet’ in Textual Practice
• ‘Here Our Prayer: Praying to Court and Society in Late-Elizabethan England and Titus Andronicus’ in Cahiers Élisabéthains
• ‘“Such a peace”: Answered Prayer in Shakespeare’s “late plays”’  in Scintilla

Richard Wilson

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2 comments

  1. Hello

    I am a student on the English Literature and Community Engagement degree course at Bristol University ( Part-time/BA) and also of Newport University in Scriptwriting ( Part time /MA). I am currently studying Bartholomew Fair and I wonder if you made a DVD recording of any of the August performances in north Wales – sadly I missed seeing any of them. I am happy to pay any costs and it would only be used for study purposes. I will look forward to hearing back from you. Thanks for your help. Winifred Baker. The Old Ship. Llandogo. Wye Valley. Monmouthshire. Wales NP25 4TD 01594 530460


  2. I don’t, but I will send you the director’s email address.



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