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Table of Contents

Foreword                                           9  (2)
Contributors 11 (8)
Forum: Race and the Study of Shakespeare 19 (64)
Introduction 19 (2)
MARGO HENDRICKS
What's at Stake in Representing Race? 21 (6)
DYMPNA CALLAGHAN
The Moment of Race in Renaissance Studies 27 (10)
PETER ERICKSON
King Arthur, Scotland, Utopia, and the 37 (12)
Italianate Englishman: What Does Race Have
to Do with It?
NANCY A. GUTIERREZ
"Black and White and `Read' All Over" 49 (10)
JUDITH A. LOPEZ
The "End of Race" and the Future of Early 59 (11)
Modern Cultural Studies
FRANCESCA T. ROYSTER
Racial Dissonance/Canonical Texts: Teaching 70 (13)
Early Modern Literary Texts in the Late
Twentieth Century
JYOTSNA G. SINGH
Review Articles 83 (40)
Discourse and Authority: The Renaissance of 83 (22)
Robert Weimann
JOHN DRAKAKIS
The Early Modern and the Homoerotic Turn in 105(18)
Political Criticism
JEAN E. HOWARD
Articles 123(168)
"Hottentot": The Emergence of an Early 123(22)
Modern Racist Epithet
LINDA E. MERIANS
Juan Pantoja de la Cruz and the Circulation 145(42)
of Gifts between the English and Spanish
Courts in 1604/5
GUSTAV UNGERER
Ganymedes and Kings: Staging Male Homosexual 187(31)
Desire in The Winter's Tale
NORA JOHNSON
Pure Resistance: Queer(y)ing Virginity in 218(38)
William Shakespeare's Measure for Measure and
Margaret Cavendish's The Convent of Pleasure
THEODORA A. JANKOWSKI
Puritanism in Comic History: Exposing 256(35)
Royalty in the Henry Plays
GRACE TIFFANY
Responses: Forum: A Funeral Elegy by W.S. 291(26)
Shakespeare and the Peter in History 291(5)
DONALD W. FOSTER
Paradigms of Authorship 296(6)
IAN LANCASHIRE
Exit Sclater 302(15)
RICHARD ABRAMS
Reviews 317(108)
Paula Blank, Broken English: Dialects and 317(3)
the Politics of Language in Renaissance
Writings
DAVID LEE MILLER
Margreta de Grazia, Maureen Quilligan, and 320(23)
Peter Stallybrass, eds., Subject and Object
in Renaissance Culture
JOEL B. ALTMAN
Huston Diehl, Staging Reform, Reforming the 343(5)
Stage: Protestantism and Popular Theater in
Early Modern England
HEATHER JAMES
Louise Fradenburg and Carla Freccero, eds., 348(6)
Premodern Sexualities
NICHOLAS F. RADEL
Kim F. Hall, Things of Darkness: Economies 354(6)
of Race and Gender in Early Modern England
VALERIE WAYNE
Terence Hawkers, ed., Alternative 360(4)
Shakespeares, Volume 2
LINDA WOODBRIDGE
E. A. J. Honigmann, The Texts of "Othello" 364(9)
and Shakesperian Revision
MACDONALD P. JACKSON
Rosemary Kegl, The Rhetoric of Concealment: 373(3)
Figuring Gender and Class in Renaissance
Literature
LORNA HUTSON
David Johnson, Shakespeare and South Africa 376(6)
THOMAS CARTELLI
Leah S. Marcus, Unediting the Renaissance: 382(5)
Shakespeare, Marlowe, Milton
LOIS POTTER
Jeffrey Masten, Textual Intercourse: 387(8)
Collaboration, Authorship, and Sexualities in
Renaissance Drama
BRUCE R. SMITH
Katherine Eisaman Maus, Inwardness and 395(6)
Theater in the English Renaissance
PATRICIA FUMERTON
Louis Montrose, The Purpose of Playing: 401(5)
Shakespeare and the Cultural Politics of the
Elizabethan Theater
LAWRENCE MANLEY
Patricia Parker, Shakespare from the Margins: 406(6)
Language, Culture, Context
MARGRETA DE GRAZIA
Jonathan Sawday, The Body Emblazoned: 412(3)
Dissection and the Human Body in Renaissance
Culture
KAREN NEWMAN
Valerie Traub, M. Lindsay Kaplan, and Dympna 415(10)
Callaghan, eds., Feminist Readings of Early
Modern Culture: Emerging Subjects
GEORGIANNA ZIEGLER
Errata 425(2)
Errata: Shakespeare Studies 24(1996), pp. 425(2)
156-210
JUDITH ROSENHEIM
Index 427