Shakespeare Matters : History, Teaching, Performance

Shakespeare Matters : History, Teaching, Performance

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 330 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780874137903
  • DDC分類 822.33

Full Description

'Shakespeare Matters' is a collection of original essays which addresses three significant areas in contemporary Shakespeare studies: interpretations of the plays in their historical and social contexts; the varying roles of Shakespeare's work in educational practices and traditions; and performance conventions and textual issues from the sixteenth century to the present.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    9  (4)
Introduction: Shakespearean Cultures 13 (16)
Lloyd Davis
Part I. History: Materialism, Gender, and
Material Shakespeare/Materialist Shakespeare 29 (17)
Jean E. Howard
The Past of Macbeth 46 (16)
Derek Cohen
Antony, Cleopatra, the Market, and the 62 (12)
End(s) of History
Arthur Lindley
``Confederate Season'': Shakespeare and the 74 (15)
Elizabethan Understanding of Kairos
Sharon A. Beehler
``Sick Desires'': All's Well That Ends Well 89 (14)
and the Civilizing Process
Lloyd Davis
Breaking Rank in Shakespearean Marriage 103(16)
Ann Blake
Part II: Teaching: Technology, Pedagogy, and
Shakespeare on the Web 119(19)
Michael Mullin
Cultural Appropriations of Shakespeare in 138(13)
the Classroom
Susan Gushee O'Malley
The Uses of Shakespeare in Criminal 151(13)
Rehabilitation: Testing the Limits of
Laura Raidonis Bates
Whose Will, or Who's Will? Teaching 164(13)
Shakespeare Him-Self
Sara Jayne Steen
Teaching the Environment of The Winter's 177(14)
Tale: Ecocritical Theory and Pedagogy for
Simon C. Estok
Wrangling Pedantry: Education in The Taming 191(18)
of the Shrew
Kim Walker
Beyond Shakespearean Exceptionalism 209(16)
Barbara Bowen
Part III: Performance: Texts and Productions
Material Boys: Apprenticeship and the Boy 225(14)
Actors' Shakespearean Roles
Richard Madelaine
``Betwixt'' and ``between'': Variant 239(15)
Readings in the Folio and First Quarto
Versions of Richard III and W. W. Greg's
Concept of Memorial Reconstruction
Adrian Kiernander
The Case of the Rouged Corpse: Shakespeare, 254(12)
Malone, and the Modern Subject
Ron Bedford
Determination and Proof: Colley Cibber and 266(11)
the Materialization of Shakespeare's
Richard III in the Twentieth Century
Gillian M. Day
New Faces for Shakespeare in Contemporary 277(17)
Philippa Kelly
Materialist Shakespeare and Ideological 294(11)
Performance: Michael Bogdanov and
Shakespeare in Production
Ian Maclennan
Travels on the Shakespeare Underground 305(12)
R. S. White
Contributors 317(5)
Index 322