MRDS Newsletter: Recent Publications Spring 2004
Recent Publications Spring 2004
Barrington, Candace. "'Misframed Fables': Barclay's Gower and the Wantonness of Performance." Mediaevalia 24 (2003): 193-223.
Betcher, Gloria, ed. Early Theatre 6 (June and December 2003). Special volume on Performance, Politics, and Culture in the Southwest of Britain, 1350-1642.
________. "Minstrels, Morris Dancers, and Players: Tracing the Routes of Travelling Performers in Early Modern Cornwall," Early Theatre 6.2 (December 2003): 33-56.
Clopper, Lawrence. "Is the Tretise of Miraclis Pleyinge a Lollard Tract Againt Devotional Drama?" Viator 34 (2003): 229-71.
Theresa Coletti. Mary Magdalene and the Drama of Saints: Theater, Gender, and Religion in Late Medieval England. (The Middle Ages Series.) University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004.
Dabrówka, Andrzej. "Trwanie 'onego' czasu. Anamneza w sredniowiecznych przedstawieniach dramatycznych" [in:] Mediewistyka literacka w Polsce, T.Micha ³owska (red.) Warszawa: IBL 2003, pp.158-180. [The details about the the volume (Medieval literary studies in Poland): http://www.staropolska.gimnazjum.com.pl/reklama/mediewistyka.html and http://www.mediewistyka.net/mlp.html.]
________. "Polish Saint Plays of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries" [in:] The Dramatic Tradition of the Middle Ages, C. Davidson (ed.), (New York: AMS Press), forthcoming 2004, pp.216-44.
Davidson, Audrey, ed. Hildegard of Bingen's Ordo Virtutum. (New edition, with added instrumental interludes by the editor.) Bryn Mawr: Hildegard Publishing Company.
Davidson, Clifford. "Suffering and the York Plays," Philological Quarterly 81 (2002): 1-31.
________. "The Bodley Christ's Burial and Christ's Resurrection," European Medieval Drama 7 (2003): 51-67.
Ehrstine, Glenn. "Das figurierte Gedächtnis: Figura, Memoria und die Simultanbühne des deutschen Mittelalters," in Text und Kultur. Mittelalterliche Literatur 1150-1450, ed. Ursula Peters (Stuttgart/Weimar: J.B. Metzler, 2001), 414-437.
Elliott, John, Alan Nelson, Alexandra F. Johnston, and Diana Wyatt, eds. Oxford: University and City. Records of Early English Drama. Two Volumes. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004.
Enders, Jody. Death by Drama and Other Medieval Urban Legends. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992. Won the Barnard Hewitt Prize from ASTR (The American Society for Theatre Research).
________. "Theater Makes History: Ritual Murder by Proxy in the Mistere de la Sainte Hostie." Speculum (Fall, 2004).
Harris, Jonathan Gil. Sick Economies Drama, Mercantilism, and Disease in Shakespeare's England Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004.
Harris, Max. Carnival and Other Christian Festivals: Folk Theology and Folk Performance Austin: University of Texas Press, 2003.
________. "Saint Sebastian and the Blue-Eyed Blacks: Corpus Christi in Cusco, Peru," The Drama Review 47, 1:149-175
Douglas W. Hayes, Rhetorical Subversion in Early English Drama. New York: P. Lang, 2004.
Lancashire, Anne B. London Civic Theatre. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Purdon, Liam O. The Wakefield Master's Dramatic Art: A Drama of Spiritual Understanding. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2003.
Winkelman, Michael. "Working in the York Plays," Mediaevalia 24 (2003): 159-93.
Volume 37.3 (Fall 2003)
RICHARD F. HARDIN
"Menaechmi and the Renaissance of Comedy."
"The Lost Playing Places of Lincolnshire."
MAX HARRIS AND LADA ČALE FELDMAN
"Blackened Faces and a Veiled Woman: The Early Korčula Moreška."
"Chavittunâtakam: Music-Drama in Kerala."
"Chinese Nuo and Japanese Noh: Nuo's Role in the Origination and Formation
European Medieval Drama
Volume 7 (2003)
"Dramatic Aspects of Early Lyrics and Traditional Songs."
"The Performance and Preservation of Medieval Latin Comedy."
"The Bodley Christ's Burial and Christ's Resurrection: Vernacular dramas
for Good Friday and Easter."
"The Convent Dramas of the nuns of Origny-Sainte-Benoite."
"Une représentation théâtrale à Rouen."
"Le Procès des farceurs de Dijon (1447)."
"L'imprécation 'sans le mien!' (Pathelin, v. 546-547) et les
malices de Guillemette."
"No stone unturned: Uncovering the performance history of the Siège
Early Modern Literary Studies (EMLS)
Volume 9.3 / Special Issue 12 (January, 2004)
Monitoring Electronic Shakespeares
"Introduction: A Booth at the Fair."
"@ the Table of the Great: Hospitable Editing and the Internet Shakespeare Editions Project."
JENNIFER C. FORSYTH
"Playing with Wench-like Words: Copia and Surplus in the Internet Shakespeare Edition of Cymbeline."
"Dizzying the Arithmetic of Memory: Shakespearean Documents as Text, Image, and Code."
"Redefining the Role of the Editor for the Electronic Medium: A New Internet Shakespeare Edition of Edward III."
JONATHAN HOPE AND MICHAEL WITMORE
"The Very Large Textual Object: A Prosthetic Reading of Shakespeare."
"Gilded Monuments and Living Records: A Note on Critical Editions in Print and Online."
"Reconsidering The Seven Deadly Sins."
CHRISTOPHER FREY AND LEANORE LIEBLEIN
"'My breasts sear'd': The Self-Starved Female Body and A Woman Killed with Kindness."
"The Empress of Babylon's 'carbuncles and rich stones': The Metaphorizing of the Pox in Thomas Dekker's The Whore of Babylon."
NATALIE CROHN SCHMITT
"Numerology in the York Creation Sequence" (Note)
"Making Death a Miracle: Audience and the Genres of Martyrdom in Dekker and Massinger's The Virgin Martyr"
"Food and Foreignness in Sir Thomas More"
"Galley-foists, Lord Mayors' Shows, and Early Modern English Drama"
"'Which 'longs to women of all fashion': Churching and Shakespeare's" (Note)
VIVIANA COMENSOLI, BRIAN REYNOLDS, AND THEODORA JANKOWSKI
"Early Modern Subjectivities: Theory and Performance"
Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England: An Annual Gathering of Research, Criticism and Reviews (MRDE)
Vol. 16 (2004)
"'Mysteries End': EDAM, REED, and the Midlands."
"The Real Misfortunes of Arthur; or, Not Making It on the Elizabethan Stage."
C. E. MCGEE
"The Presentment of Bushell's Rock: Place, Politics, and Theatrical Self-Promotion."
"The Insatiate Countess: Date, Topicality, and Company Appropriation."
"'All His Intents Are Contrary to Man': Softened Masculinity and Staging in Middleton's The Lady's Tragedy."
JOHN H. ASTINGTON
"The Career of Andrew Cane, Citizen, Goldsmith, and Player."
"'As Proper a Woman as Any in Cheap': Women in Shops on the Early Modern Stage."
PHILIP D. COLLINGTON
"Pent-Up Emotions: Pity and the Imprisonment of Women in Renaissance Drama."
"Genus Cygnus: Three Species of the Swan."
"'What about Our Hands?': A Presentational Image Cluster."
"Laughter and Blasphemy in the Shakespearean Theater."
Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama (RORD)
Paid-up members of MRDS receive Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama as a benefit of membership. Volume 43 will be published in August 2004:
"Is There any Further Value to be Gained from Re-Staging Medieval Theatre."
"The Actor/Audience Contract in Modern Restagings of the Mystery Plays."
"Living History: the modern Mystery Plays in York."
REBECCA ROGERS AND KATHLEEN E. MCLUSKIE
"Which early-modern playing companies were commercially successful?"
"Censuses of Medieval and Renaissance Drama Productions."
Contributions to the two censuses of productions are encouraged, whether reviews by members of the audience, or reports by directors or others involved in the production. Items for the census of Renaissance drama productions should now be sent to Jim Shaw at firstname.lastname@example.org or by post at Librarian, Shakespeare Institute Library, University of Birmingham, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 6HP, UNITED KINGDOM. Articles and items for the medieval census should be sent to the editor at email@example.com or Peter Greenfield, Department of English CMB 1045, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA 98416. Accepted articles will be requested in electronic form. For information on back issues and subscriptions, please see the RORD webpage at http://www.ups.edu/faculty/greenfield/rord.html.