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:Yates, Julian and Garrett Sullivan. “Shakespeare and Ecology.” Introduction to a Forum of Eight Essays. ''Shakespeare Studies'' XXXIX (2011).
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:Yates, Julian. “What was Pastoral (Again)? More Versions,” in ''The Return of Theory in Early Modern English Studies: Tarrying with the Subjunctive''. Ed. Paul Cefalu and Bryan Reynolds. Palgrave Macmillan Press, 2011. Call number: [http://hamnet.folger.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=245455|PR421 .R49 2011]
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:Yates, Julian. “Skin Merchants: Jack Cade’s Futures and the Figural Politics of Shakespeare’s 2 Henry 6” in ''Go Figure: Energies, Forms, and Institutions in the Early Modern World.'' Ed. Judith Anderson and Joan Pong Linton. Fordham University Press, 2011. Call number: [http://hamnet.folger.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=245502|PR421 .G6 2011]]
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:Yates, Julian. “It’s (for) You: The Tele-T/r/opical Post-human” ''Postmedieval'' 1, no. 1 + 2 (Spring / Summer 2010).
  
 
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Since 1985, Fellows at the Folger Institute have generated an extensive bibliography of early modern research. The list below represents only the most recent monographs by NEH and Mellon Fellows. For a list of publications by all Fellows, please consult the file File:Folger Fellow publications.pdf. If we have failed to include a work that was substantially generated by a residential Fellowship here, please let us know so that we may have the most thorough compilation of Fellows' printed (and electronic) achievements.

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Barnes, Robin Bruce. “Hope and Despair in Sixteenth-Century German Almanacs.” In The Reformation in Germany and Europe: Interpretations and Issues, ed. Hans R. Guggisberg and Gottfried G. Krodel, 440-61. Sonderband Washington: Gütersloh, 1993.
Beem, Charles. The Royal Minorities of Medieval and Early Modern England. Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. Call number: DA28.1 .R6767 2008
Belsey, Catherine. Shakespeare and the Loss of Eden: the Construction of Family Values in Early Modern Culture. Macmillan, 1999. Call number: PR2989 .B45 1999
Berti, Silvia. “At the Roots of Unbelief.” Journal of the History of Ideas 56, no. 4 (1995).
Billings, Timothy. “Squashing the ‘shard-bone Beetle’ Crux: a Hard Case with a Few Pat Readings.” Shakespeare Quarterly 56, no. 4 (2005).
Bliss, Lee. “Scribes, Compositors, and Annotators: The Nature of the Copy for the First Folio Text of Coriolanus.” Studies in Bibliography 50 (1997).
Bliss, Lee, ed. William Shakespeare. Coriolanus. New Cambridge Series. Cambridge University Press, 2000, 2010. Call number: PR2753 .Q31 1984 v.05 R.R. and PR2753 .Q31 2003 v.05 R.R.
Bosman, Anston. “History between Theaters.” In From Performance to Print in Shakespeare’s England, ed. Peter Holland, Stephen Orgel. Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
Braunmuller, A. R. Natural Fictions: George Chapman's Major Tragedies. University of Delaware Press, 1992.
Bristol, Michael. Big-Time Shakespeare. Routledge, 1996. Call number: PR2976 .B658 1996
Brown, Patricia Fortini. Private Lives in Renaissance Venice: Art, Architecture, and the Family. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004. Call number: Folio NK1452.V4 B76 2004
Bryant, Lawrence. “Early Modern France.” In American Historical Association Guide to Historical Literature. Oxford University Press, 1995.
Bryant, Lawrence. “Making History in the Sixteenth Century: Assemblies-with-Rulers, Rhetoric, Texts, and Theory.” In Dissent, Identity, and the Law in Early Modern France: Essays in Honor of Nancy L. Roelker. Duke University Press, 1996.
Buchanan, Judith. Shakespeare on Silent Film: An Excellent Dumb Discourse. Cambridge University Press, 2009.

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Callaghan, Dympna. Shakespeare without Women. Routledge, 2000. Call number: PR2991 .C337 2000
Cannan, Paul. “Early Shakespeare Criticism: Charles Gibbon and the Making of Shakespeare the Playwright-Poet.” Modern Philology 102, no. 1 (2005).
Carey,Vincent, co-ed. Taking Sides?: Colonial and Confessional Mentalities in Early Modern Ireland. Four Courts Press, 2003.
Carey, Vincent, ed. Voices for Tolerance in an Age of Persecution (exhibition catalogue). Folger Shakespeare Library, 2004.
Cogswell, Thomas. “The Path to Elizium ‘Lately Discovered’: Drayton and the Early Stuart Court.” Huntington Library Quarterly 54 (1991).
Cogswell, Thomas. “War and the Liberty of the Subject.” In Parliament and Liberty from the Reign of Elizabeth to the English Civil War. Ed. J. H. Hexter. Stanford University Press, 1992.
Cohen, Adam Max. Shakespeare and Technology: Dramatizing Early Modern Technological Revolutions. Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
Coldiron, A.E.B. "The Mediated 'Medieval' and Shakespeare." In Medieval Shakespeare: Pasts and Presents, eds. Helen Cooper, Peter Holland, and Ruth Morse (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013), 55-77. PR3069.M47 M43 2013
Coldiron, A.E.B. "Visibility Now: Historicizing Foreign Presences in Translation" Translation Studies 5, no. 2 (May 2012): 189-200.
Connolly, Ruth. “Editing Intention in the Manuscript Poetry of Robert Herrick”. SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 52, no.1 (2012 Winter): 69-84.
Cooper, Alix. Inventing the Indigenous: Local Knowledge and Natural History in Early Modern Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. Call number: GR880 .C67 2007

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Dailey, Alice. “Easter Scenes from an Unholy Tomb: Christian Parody in The Widow’s Tears”. In Marian Moments in Early Modern British Drama. Ed. Regina Buccola, Lisa Hopkins, and Arthur Marotti, 127-39. England: Ashgate, 2007.
Davis, Robert C. Christian Slaves, Muslim Masters: White Slavery in the Mediterranean, the Barbary Coast, and Italy, 1500–1800. Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. ISBN: 1403945519.
Debus, Allen G. The French Paracelsians: The Chemical Challenge to Medical and Scientific Tradition in Early Modern France. Cambridge University Press, 1991.
Dessen, Alan. Recovering Shakespeare's Theatrical Vocabulary. Cambridge University Press, 1995.
Dolan, Frances E. Whores of Babylon: Catholicism, Gender, and Seventeenth-Century Print Culture. Cornell University Press, 1999.
Dugan, Holly. The Ephemeral History of Perfume: Scent and Sense in Early Modern England. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011.

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Edwards, Kathryn. “Popular Religion in Early Modern Europe.” In Early Modern and Reformation Europe: A Guide to Research. Ed. David Whitford. Truman State University Press, 2007.
Edwards, Kathryn. “Ghosts.” In The Encyclopedia of Witchcraft: the Western Tradition, vol. 2. ABC-Clio, 2006.
Egan, Gabriel. The Struggle for Shakespeare’s Text: Twentieth Century Editorial Theory and Practice. Cambridge, England: Cambridge UP, 2010.
Ellis, Anthony. Old Age, Masculinity, and Early Modern Drama: Comic Elders on the Italian and Shakespearean Stage. Farnham, England: Ashgate, 2009.
Ellis, Anthony. “The Problem of Old Age: Anticomedy in As You Like It and Ruzante’s L’Anconitana”. In Shakespeare and Renaissance Literary Theories: Anglo-Italian Transactions. Ed.Michele Marrapodi. Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2011.

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Fissell, Mary E. Vernacular Bodies: The Politics of Reproduction in Early Modern England. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004. Call number: GT2465.G7 F57 2004
Fleck, Andrew. “The Custom of Courtesans and John Marston’s The Dutch Courtesan.” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews, 21, no. 3 (2008).
Freeman, Thomas, ed. Martyrs and Martyrdom in England, c. 1400-1700. Boydell, 2007.
Foakes, R. Anthony, ed. King Lear William Shakespeare. Arden Series, 3rd edition. Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1997.
Forman, Valerie. “The Comic- Tragedy of Labor: A Global Story.” In Working Subjects in Early Modern English Drama. Ed. Michele Dowd, Natasha Korda, and Jean E. Howard, 209-223. England: Ashgate, 2011.
Forman, Valerie. “Early Modern ‘Neoliberalisms’: England and the English Caribbean”. Modern Language Quarterly: A Journal of Literary History 72, no. 3 (Sept. 2011): 341-367.
Fuller, Mary C. “Writing the Long-Distant Voyage: Hakluyt’s Circumnavigators.” Huntington Library Quarterly, 70:1 (2007).
Fuller, Mary C. Remembering the Early Modern Voyage: English Narratives in the Age of Expansion. Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

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Gossett, Suzanne, ed. Pericles. William Shakespeare. Arden, 2004. Call number: PR2753 C8 1995 v.28 R.R.
Gross, Kenneth. “The Rumor of Hamlet.” Raritan, 14 (1994).
Gross, Kenneth. “Reflections on the Blatant Beast.” Spenser Studies, 13 (1999).
Grubb, James. “Elite Citizens.” In Venice Reconsidered: The History and Civilization of the Italian City-State, 1297-1797, edited by John Martin and Dennis Romano. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000.

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Hammer, Paul E.J. “Shakespeare’s Richard II, the Day of 7 February 1601 and the Essex Rising.” Shakespeare Quarterly 59, no. 1 (2008).
Harris, Jonathan Gil. Shakespeare and Literary Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. Call number: PR2965 .H37 2010
Hart, F. Elizabeth. “1500-1620: Reading, Consciousness and Romance in the Sixteenth Century.” In The Emergence of the Mind: Representations of Consciousness and Narrative Discourse in English. Ed. David Herman, 103-131. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2011.
Helgerson, Richard. “Murder in Faversham: Holinshed’s Impertinent History.” In The Historical Imagination in Early Modern Britain. Ed. Donald R. Kelley and David Harris Sacks. Cambridge University Press, 1997.
Helgerson, Richard. “Soldiers and Enigmatic Girls: The Politics of Dutch Domestic Realism, 1650-1672.” Representations 58 (1997).
Helgerson, Richard. “Language Lessons: Linguistic Colonialism, Linguistic Postcolonialism, and the Early Modern English Nation.” Yale Journal of Criticism 11 (Spring 1998).
Herrup, Cynthia. A House in Gross Disorder: Sex, Law, and the Second Earl of Castlehaven. Oxford University Press, 1999.
Hornback, Robert. The English Clown Tradition from the Middle Ages to Shakespeare. D.S. Brewer, 2009.

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Jackson, Nicholas D. Hobbes, Bramhall, and the Politics of Liberty and Necessity: A Quarrel of the Civil War and Interregnum. Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Jacobson, Miriam. “The East as Poetic Commodity in Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis.” Literature Compass 8, no. 1 (January 2011): 15-27.
James, Heather. “Shakespeare and Classicism.” In The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare’s Poetry. Ed. Patrick Cheney. Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Jensen, Phebe. Religion and Revelry in Shakespeare’s Festive World. Cambridge University Press, 2008.
Johnston, Mark. “Sacrum studium: The Lullist School of Fifteenth-Century Barcelona.” In Varia hispanica: Homenaje a Alberto Porqueras Mayo. Ed. Joseph Laurenti and Vern G. Williamsen. Edition Reichenberger, 1989.
Johnston, Mark. “Literacy, Spiritual Allegory, and Power: Llull's Libre de l'orde de cavalleria.” Catalan Review 4 (1990).
Jones, Ann Rosalind and Peter Stallybrass. Renaissance Clothing and the Materials of Memory. Cambridge University Press, 2000.

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Kalas, Rayna. Frame, Glass, Verse: The Technology of Poetic Invention in the English Renaissance. Cornell: Cornell University Press, 2007. Call number: PR535.F7 K35 2007
Keilen, Sean. Vulgar Eloquence: On the Renaissance Invention of English Literature. Yale University Press, 2006. Call number: PR428.C48 K45 2006
Keith, Jennifer and Claudia Kairoff, eds. The Anne Finch Digital Archive.
Kilroy, Gerard. “Advertising the Reader: Sir John Harrington’s ‘Directions in the Margent’.” English Literary Renaissance 41, no. 1 (Winter 2011): 64-110.
Kilroy, Gerard. Epigrams of Sir John Harington. Ashgate, 2009.
Klein, Bernhard. “’We are not pirates’: Piracy and Navigation in The Lusiads.” In Pirates? The Politics of Plunder, 1550-1650. Ed. Claire Jowitt. Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
Knapp, Jeffrey. Shakespeare’s Tribe: Church, Nation, and Theater in Renaissance England. University of Chicago Press, 2002.
Kroll, Richard. Restoration Drama and “the circle of commerce”: Tragicomedy, Politics, and Trade in the Seventeenth Century. Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Kyle, Chris R. Theater of State: Parliament and Political Culture in Early Stuart England. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2012. Call number: JN534 .K95 2012

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Laroche, Rebecca. Medical Authority and Englishwomen’s Herbal Texts, 1550-1650. Ashgate, 2009.
Laroche, Rebecca. “Elizabeth Melville and her Friends: Seeing ‘Ane Godlie Dream’ through Political Lenses.” Clio 34, no. 3 (2005).
Levin, Carole. Dreaming the English Renaissance: Politics and Desire in Court and Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. Call number: BF1078 .L469 2008
Levin, Carole. The Heart and Stomach of a King: Elizabeth I and the Politics of Sex and Power. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994.
Levine, Joseph M. Between the Ancients and the Moderns: Baroque Culture in Restoration England. Yale University Press, 1999.
Lim, Paul. Mystery Unveiled: The Crisis of the Trinity in Early Modern England. Oxford University Press, 2012.
Long, Pamela O. Openness, Secrecy, Authorship, Ownership: Studies in the Technical Practical, and Knowledge Traditions of Premodern and Early Modern Europe. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.
Lopez, Jeremy. Constructing the Canon of Early Modern Drama. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Call number: PR651 .L67 2014

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Marshall, Gail. “Ellen Terry.” In Macready, Booth, Terry, Irving: Great Shakespeareans, Volume VI, edited by Richard Scoch, 90-126. New York, NY: Continuum, 2011.
Marshall, Gail. “Shakespeare and Victorian Women.” In Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press 2009.
May, Steven W. (and William A. Ringler, Jr.). Elizabethan Poetry: A Bibliography and First-Line Index of English Verse, 1559-1603. 3 vols. Thoemmes Continuum, 2004. Call number: Z2014.P7 M348 2004 RR-Ref
Maynard, Katherine. “Writing Martyrdom: Agrippa d’Aubigne’s Reconstruction of Sixteenth-Century Martyrdom.” Renaissance and Reformation 30, no. 3 (2007).
McCoy, Richard C. Alterations of State: Sacred Kingship in the English Reformation. Columbia University Press, 2002.
McGinley, Kevin. "The First Edinburgh and London Editions of John Home's Douglas and the Play's Early Stage History." Theatre Notebook 60 (2006): 134–46.
McGinley, Kevin. “The Two Edinburgh 1757 Editions of John Home’s DouglasNotes and Queries 54, no. 1 (2007).
McGinley, Kevin. “A Newly Identified Holograph Manuscript by John Rich: ‘Some remarks on the Tragedy called Agis’ (1754).” Review of English Studies 59, no. 240 (2008).
McGinley, Kevin. “‘My Name is Norval?’: The Revision of Character Names in John Home’s Douglas.” Journal for Eighteenth Century Studies 35, no. 1 (2012): 67-83.
McGinley, Kevin. “The 1757 College of Philadelphia Production of Alfred: A Masque - Some New Observations.” Huntington Library Quarterly 77, no.1 (Spring 2014): 37-58.
Mendle, Michael. “Preserving the Ephemeral: Reading, Collecting, and the Pamphlet Culture of Seventeenth-Century England. In Books and Readers in Early Modern England. Ed. Jennifer Anderson and Elizabeth Sauer. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002.
Mentz, Steven. At the Bottom of Shakespeare’s Ocean. Continuum, 2009.
Mowery, Melissa. “’Past Remembrance or History: Aphra Behn’s The Widdow Ranter, Or, How the Collective Lost Its Honor.” ELH 79 (2012).

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Neill, Michael. Othello. William Shakespeare. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006. Call number: PR2753 .O9 1982 v.27 R.R.

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Owens, Jessie Ann. ‘Noyses, Sounds, and Sweet Aires’: Music in Early Modern England. (Exhibition Catalog). Folger Shakespeare Library, 2006.

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Parrow, Kathleen. “Prudence or Jurisprudence? Etienne Pasquier and the Responsa Prudentium as a Source of Law.” In Historians and Ideologues: Essay in Honor of Donald R. Kelley. Ed. J.H.M. Salmon and Anthony Grafton. University of Rochester Press, 2001.
Paster, Gail Kern. Humoring the Body: Emotions and the Shakespearean Stage. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2004. Call number: PR3065 .P38 2004
Peacey, Jason. “Sir Thomas Cotton’s Consumption of News in 1650s England.” The Library 7, no. 1 (2006).
Peacey, Jason. “The Print Cultures of Parliament, 1600-1800.” Parliamentary History 26, no. 1 (2007).
Peck, Linda Levy. Court Patronage and Corruption in Early Stuart England. Unwin-Hyman, 1990.
Phillips, Mark S. Society and Sentiment: Genres of Historical Writing in Britain, 1740-1820. Princeton University Press, 2000.
Phillipson, Nicholas, with Quentin Skinner. Political Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Cambridge University Press, 1993.

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Raylor, Timothy. “William Cavendish as a Patron of Philosophers and Scientists.” In Royalist Refugees: William and Margaret Cavendish in the Rubens House, 1648-1660. Ed. Ben Van Veneden. Antwerp: 2006.
Robertson, Ben, ed. The Diaries of Elizabeth Inchbald. 2 vols. Pickering & Chatto, 2007.
Rosenblatt, Jason. Renaissance England's Chief Rabbi: John Selden. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006. Call number: BM755.S385 R67 2006

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Sacks, David Harris. The Widening Gate: Bristol and the Atlantic Economy, 1450-1700. University of California Press, 1991.
Schachter, Marc D. “Libido Sciendi: Apuleius, Boccaccio and the Study of the History of Sexuality.” PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 124, no. 3 (May 2009): 817-837.
Schleiner, Winfried. Medical Ethics in the Renaissance. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 1995.
Schmidgen, Wolfram. Exquisite Mixture: The Virtues of Impurity in Early Modern England. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012. Call number: DA380 .S45 2013
Schoch, Richard. “Henry Irving.” In Macready, Booth, Terry, Irving: Great Shakespeareans, Volume VI. Ed. Richard Scoch, 127-172. New York, NY: Continuum, 2011.
Schoch, Richard. Not Shakespeare: Bardolatry and Burlesque in the Nineteenth Century. Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Schwarz, Kathryn. “My intents are fix’d’: Constant Will in All’s Well that Ends Well.” Shakespeare Quarterly 58, no. 2 (2007).
Sherman, William. Used Books: Marking Readers in Renaissance England. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007.
Shohet, Lauren. “Reading/Genres: on 1630s Masques.” In Spectacle and Public Performance in the Late Middles Ages and Renaissance. Ed. Robert Stillman. Brill, 2006.
Skura, Meredith. Tudor Autobiography: Listening for Inwardness. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008. Call number: PR756.A9 S58 2008
Sommerville, Johann, P., ed. The Political Works of King James VI and I. Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Smith, Bruce R. Homosexual Desire in Shakespeare's England: A Cultural Poetics. University of Chicago Press, 1991.
Smyth, Adam. “’Art Reflective’: the Poetry, Sermons, and Drama of William Strode (1601?-1645).” Studies in Philology 103, no. 4 (2006).
Smyth, Adam. Autobiography in Early Modern England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Call number: PR428.A8 S69 2010
Suarez, Michael. The Oxford Companion to the Book. Ed. Michael Suarez and H.R. Woudhuysen. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2010.
Sullivan, Ceri. “The Art of Listening in the Seventeenth Century.” Modern Philology, 104:1 (2006).
Sullivan, Garrett. Memory and Forgetting in English Renaissance Drama: Shakespeare, Marlowe, Webster. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. Call number: PR658.M44 S85 2005
Suzuki, Mihoko. “Gender, the Political Subject, and Dramatic Authorship: Margaret Cavendish’s Love’s Adventures and the Shakespeare Example.” In Cavendish and Shakespeare: Interconnections. Ed. Katherine Romack. Ashgate, 2006.

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Taylor, Stephen. “An English Dissenter and the Crisis of European Protestantism: Roger Morrice’s Perceptions of European Politics in the 1680s.” In War and Religion in Europe, 1648-1713. Ed. David Onnenkirk. Ashgate, 2009.
Totaro, Rebecca. “’Revolving this will teach thee how to curse’: Lessons in Sublunary Exhalation.” In Rhetorics of Bodily Disease and Health in Medieval and Early Modern England, edited by Jennifer Vaught. Ashgate, 2010. Call number: R48 2010
Trim, David. “Calvinist Internationalism and the English Officer Corps, 1562-1642.” History Compass 4, no. 6 (2006).
Turner, James Grantham. Libertines and Radicals in Early Modern London: Sexuality, Politics, and Literary Culture, 1630-1685. Cambridge University Press, 2001. Call number: T87 2002

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Vaughan, Virginia Mason. Performing Blackness on English Stages, 1500-1800. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. Call number: PN2582.B52 V38 2005

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Winkler, Amanda Eubanks. Music for ‘Macbeth.’ A-R Editions, 2004.
Woodbridge, Linda. Money and the Age of Shakespeare: Essays in New Economic Criticism. Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. Call number: HC254.4 .M66 2003

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Yates, Julian and Garrett Sullivan. “Shakespeare and Ecology.” Introduction to a Forum of Eight Essays. Shakespeare Studies XXXIX (2011).
Yates, Julian. “What was Pastoral (Again)? More Versions,” in The Return of Theory in Early Modern English Studies: Tarrying with the Subjunctive. Ed. Paul Cefalu and Bryan Reynolds. Palgrave Macmillan Press, 2011. Call number: .R49 2011
Yates, Julian. “Skin Merchants: Jack Cade’s Futures and the Figural Politics of Shakespeare’s 2 Henry 6” in Go Figure: Energies, Forms, and Institutions in the Early Modern World. Ed. Judith Anderson and Joan Pong Linton. Fordham University Press, 2011. Call number: .G6 2011]
Yates, Julian. “It’s (for) You: The Tele-T/r/opical Post-human” Postmedieval 1, no. 1 + 2 (Spring / Summer 2010).