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The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare

Author: Bruce R Smith; Katherine Rowe
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2016.
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"The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare aims to replicate the expansive reach of Shakespeare's global reputation. In pursuit of that vision, this work is transhistorical, international, and interdisciplinary. "Shakespeare's World," volume one of the two volume set, maps out the physical, social, and imaginative world that Shakespeare and his contemporaries inhabited. Fourteen sections cover such fields as  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce R Smith; Katherine Rowe
ISBN: 9780521113939 0521113938 9780521113946 0521113946 9781107057258 1107057256 9782521113933 252111393X
OCLC Number: 890799092
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: v. 1. Shakespeare's world, 1500-1660. Part I. Mapping Shakespeare's world. Introduction / by Peter Whitfield ; Space into place / Susan Bennett ; Maps and map literacy / Gavin Hollis ; Geographical myths / Mary Fuller ; Climate / Mike Hulme ; City / Ian Munro ; Country / Gabriel Egan ; Court / Thomas Betteridge ; Crossings and communications / Laura Williamson Ambrose ; Globe/Theatrum mundi / John Gillies --
Part II. Theater. Introduction / by Andrew Gurr ; European theater scene / Franklin J. Hildy ; Players and the playing business / Jerzy Limon ; Playhouses / Gabriel Egan ; Audiences and playgoing / John H. Astington ; Properties / Fran Teague ; Costumes / Bridget Escolme ; Cosmetics / Farah Karim-Cooper ; Playwriting / John D. Cox ; Production processes / Tiffany Stern ; Stage directions and the stage space / Mariko Ichikawa ; Music / David Lindley ; The prehistory of Shakespearean theater / Janette Dillon ; Entertainments : baiting, dances, contests / Will West ; Court masques / Jean Macintyre --
Part III. Language. Introduction / by David Crystal ; Early modern English : the language / Matti Rissanen ; Pronunciation and OP on the modern stage / Paul Meier ; Shakespeare's grammar / Teresa Fanego ; Shakespeare's forms of address / Penny Freedman ; Foreign languages and foreign-language learning / Ton Hoenselaars ; John Florio and the early modern dictionary / Michael Wyatt ; Shakespeare using early modern translations / Liz Oakley-Brown ; Dialects in the plays of Shakespeare / Paula Blank ; Rhetoric / Neil Rhodes ; Figures of speech (including puns) / Scott F. Crider ; Language : key to authorship / Ward E.Y. Elliott ; Shakespeare and the OED / Charlotte Brewer --
Part IV. Science and technology. Introduction / by Pamela O. Long ; Astronomy, astrology, cosmology / Raz D. Chen-Morris ; Cartography / Valerie Traub ; Botany / Leah Knight ; Zoology / Andreas Höfele ; Textiles and clothing construction / Maria Hayward ; Agriculture, food distribution, cooking / Julian Yates ; Metallurgy / Bert Hall ; Alchemy / Katherine Eggert ; Military technologies / Patricia Cahill --
Part V. Printing, publishing, textuality. Introduction / by John Jowett ; The London book trade / Mark Bland ; Printing press technology / Helen Smith ; Paper / R. Carter Hailey ; Reading practices / Jean-Christophe Mayer ; Manuscript culture / Alan Stewart ; The first folio / Adam Hooks --
Part VI. Visual arts. Introduction / by Alexander Marr ; Ornament / Russ McDonald ; Single-sheet prints / Malcolm Jones ; Emblems / Charles Moseley ; Architecture / Lena Cowen Orlin ; Gardens / Paula Henderson ; Sculpture / Nigel Llewellyn ; Painting on wooden panel / Karen Hearn ; Decorative arts / Anthony Wells-Cole ; Tapestries / Sheila ffolliott ; Painted cloths / Nicholas Mander ; Triumphal entries / Elizabeth Goldring and Jayne Elisabeth Archer ; Collecting / Marjorie Swann --
Part VII. Popular culture. Introduction / by Mary Ellen Lamb ; Oral tradition / Steven Newman ; Cheap print / Douglas Bruster ; Popular fiction / Steve Mentz ; Traditional entertainments and celebrations / François Laroque ; Flytings, polemics, charivaris / Martin Ingram ; News culture / Jason Peacey ; Women's culture / Alison Findlay. Part VIII. High culture. Introduction / by R. Malcolm Smuts ; Poetry / Andrew Hadfield ; Classical genres : epic, tragedy, comedy, satire / Heather James ; Educational practices : rhetoric / Christy Desmet ; Educational practices : religion and gender / Stephanie Sleeper ; Philosophy / Todd Butler ; History and historiography / Atsuhiko Hirota ; Music / Jessie Ann Owens ; Military and chivalric culture / Paul E.J. Hammer ; The royal court / Curtis Perry --
Part IX. England, 1560-1650. Introduction / by James A. Sharpe ; Sorts, classes, hierarchies / David Schalkwyk ; Trade and commerce : mercantilism / Michael Tratner ; Shakespeare's money / David J. Baker ; Birth, marriage, and death / Mary I. Sokol and B.J. Sokol ; Gender relations and the position of women / Adelaide Meira Serras ; The law in Shakespeare's theater / Giuseppina Restivo ; Education / Eleanor Hubbard ; Race and nation / Margo Hendricks ; England's place in the international order / Manfred Draudt ; Shakespeare's national types / David Bevington --
Part X. Religion. Introduction / by Lori Anne Ferrell ; Theater and religion / Kristin Poole ; Selfhood and sanctification / Kathleen Lynch ; The liturgical year / Peter Carlson ; Judaism and Jews / Brett D. Hirsch ; Witchcraft / Sarah Kennedy ; Atheism / Alec Ryrie ; Islam / Daniel Vitkus ; Rome, Catholicism, and Italy / Stefania Tutino ; Forms of religious expression / Molly Murray ; Heresies / Genelle Gertz --
Part XI. Medicine. Introduction / by Mary Fissell ; Healing and healers / Richelle Munkhoff ; How the body worked / Barbara Traister ; The shock of the new / B.J. Sokol ; Explaining racial and sexual differences / Mary Floyd-Wilson ; Lessons from the body : moralizing disability / Michael Schoenfeldt ; Lessons from the body : dissection and anatomy / Richard Sugg ; Medical practices / Todd H.J. Pettigrew ; Mental illness / Neil Vickers ; Violence and possession / Philip Almond --
Part XII. The historical William Shakespeare. Introduction / by Peter Holland ; Life documents / Robert Bearman ; Education and reading in Shakespeare's work / Lynn Enterline ; Authorship controversy / David Kathman ; Likenesses : prints and paintings / Erin C. Blake ; Likenesses : memorial bust / Macdonald P. Jackson --
Part XIII. Shakespeare's fellows. Introduction / by Stanley Wells ; Robert Greene / Sophie Chiari ; Christopher Marlowe / Arata Ide ; Thomas Nashe / John Tobin ; Thomas Kyd / Clara Calvo ; Richard Tarlton / Nora Johnson ; George Peele / Charles Whitworth ; John Lyly / Francis Guinle ; Richard Burbage / David Kathman ; John Heminges and Henry Condell / David Kathman ; Edward Alleyn and Philip Henslowe / Susan P. Cerasano ; Nathan Field / Antonia Southern ; William Kemp / Nora Johnson ; Robert Johnson / Catherine A. Henze ; Robert Armin / Catherine A. Henze ; Ben Jonson / Sean McEvoy ; John Fletcher / Sarah Lewis ; Thomas Middleton / Michelle O'Callaghan ; John Webster / Robert Henke --
Part XIV. Shakespeare's early reception (to 1660). Introduction / by Charles Whitney ; Manuscripts containing texts by Shakespeare / Grace Ioppolo ; Allusions / Sayre Greenfield ; Shakespeare and company in court records / Richard Dutton ; Experiences of performance : firsthand accounts of theater / Andrew Fleck ; Scandals : Essex, Cobham, and others / András Kiséry ; Shakespeare and Renaissance aesthetics / Hugh Grady ; Shakespeare's early reception in Europe / Jozef de Vos. v. 2. The world's Shakespeare, 1660-present. Part XV. International encounters. Introduction / by Ton Hoenselaars ; Translation, adaptation, and "tradaptation" / Mark Fortier ; Translation : the European fortunes of sonnet 66 / Manfred Pfister ; French romanticism : Hamlet at the Théâtre De l'Odéon, Paris, in 1827 / Isabelle Schwartz-Gastine ; Shakespeare and national literatures / Joep Leerssen ; Local, global, and "glocal" / Martin Orkin ; Shakespeare societies / Nick Walton ; Globe theater replicas / Yu Jin Ko ; Boomerang Shakespeare : foreign Shakespeare in Britain / Alexa Huang ; Shakespeare in Iberian and Latin American Spanishes / Alfredo Michel Modenessi ; Tercentenary Shakespeare : Britain and the United States, 1916 / Monika Smialkowska ; Shakespeare in Eastern Europe / Veronika Schandl --
Part XVI. Making the scene. Introduction / by Bruce R. Smith ; Romeo and Juliet 2.1 : "But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?" / Mariacristina Cavecchi ; A midsummer night's dream 3.2 : "Lord, what fools these mortals be!" / Patricia Fagundes ; Henry V 3.1 : "Once more unto the breach" / Mariangela Tempera ; Hamlet 3.1 : "To be or not to be" / Ann Thompson ; Macbeth 1.3 : "King hereafter!" / Stephen Orgel ; Othello 1.3 : "Far more fair than black" / Tom Cheesman ; Antony and Cleopatra : interview with Harriet Walter / Paul Edmondson ; King Lear 5.3 : "Never, never, never, never, never" / Kobayashi Kaori ; Richard III 5.4 : "My kingdom for a horse!" / Keith Gregor ; The tempest 4.1 / Krystyna Kujawińska --
Part XVII. Shakespeare as cultural icon. Introduction / by Jyotsna Singh ; Shakespeare festivals and jubilees / Nandini Das ; Shakespeare behind bars / Niels Herold ; The Folger Shakespeare Library / Michael D. Bristol ; Global diasporas as reflected in the work of Keng Sen Ong / Alexa Huang ; Bollywood / Nandi Bhatia ; Shakespeare and First Nations in Canada / Ric Knowles ; Shakespeare in British pedagogy / Sarah Olive ; Coriolanus in South Africa / David Johnson ; The Stratford Shakespeare trade / Barbara Hodgdon and Jenny Whybrow ; Middle Eastern Shakespeare / Avraham Oz ; Shakespeare and German romanticism / Bettina Boecker --
Part XVIII. Shakespeare and popular culture. Introduction / by Douglas Lanier ; Parody, burlesque, satire / Lynne Bradley ; Shakespeare spin-offs / Amy Scott-Douglass ; Quoting and misquoting Shakespeare / Kate Rumbold ; Popular adaptations for theater / Jill Levenson ; The commodified bard : Shakespeare, advertising, and market culture / Jean I. Marsden ; Shakespeare and popular music / Daniel Fischlin ; Iconic characters : overview / Deanne Williams ; Iconic characters : Ophelia / Sujata Iyengar ; Iconic characters : Shylock / Sabine Schülting ; Iconic characters : Romeo and Juliet / Carlos Antônio Leite Brandāo ; Iconic characters : Falstaff / Michael Dobson ; Iconic characters : Richard III / Laura Silva ; Iconic characters : Othello / Irina Prikhodko ; Iconic characters : Lear / Aimara da Cunha Resende ; Iconic characters : Hamlet as iconic image in Russian culture / Nickolay Zakharov --
Part XIX. Translation. Introduction / by Dirk Delabastita ; Canonization and obsolescence : classic translations versus retranslations / Keith Gregor ; Signing Shakespeare (ASL) / Peter Novak ; Shakespeare into Creole / Roshni Mooneeram ; Translating Shakespeare for the screen / Nicolas Sanchez ; Translating Shakespeare for performance / Anna Cetera ; Idioms, proverbs, quotations : Shakespeare's influence on language evolution / Sarah Grandage ; Shakespeare's entry into the Arabic world / Sameh F. Hanna ; The merchant of Venice in the Jewish diaspora : German, Hebrew, Yiddish / Dror Abend-David ; Shakespeare translations in Asia / Reiko Oya ; The cultural politics of Spanish translations / Belén Bistué ; Shakespeare without sweat : updating and simplifying Shakespeare's English / Dirk Delabastita --
Part XX. Changing technologies of stage performance. Introduction / by Shoichiro Kawai ; Physical structures / Ronnie Mulryne ; Acting techniques / Sharon Marie Carnicke ; Costume / Janet Birkett, Kate Dorney, and Catherine Haill ; Scenery / Christopher Baugh ; Lighting / Neil Fraser ; Sound design / Ross Brown ; Visual projections / Thomas Cartelli ; Original practices / Don Weingust. Part XXI. Audiences. Introduction / by Lori Humphrey Newcomb ; English-speaking audiences: sixteenth and seventeenth centuries / Richard Preiss ; English-speaking audiences: restoration and eighteenth century / Emily Hodgson Anderson ; English-speaking audiences : nineteenth century / Robert Sawyer ; English-speaking audiences : twentieth century / Martin Buzacott ; Shakespeare for soldiers and seniors / Amy Scott-Douglass ; Shakespearean players in early modern Europe / Pavel Drábek and M.A. Katritzky ; Diversely abled audiences / Maura Michelle Tarnoff ; Audiences at the old Globe and the new / Penelope Woods --
Part XXII. Production history. Introduction / by Joseph Roach ; 1 Henry IV : playhouse beginnings / Herbert Weil and Judith Weil ; King Lear from the Restoration to the nineteenth century / Jay L. Halio ; Hamlet and the actors : Restoration to Victorian players / Philip Edwards ; Henry V : Victorian stagings / Andrew Gurr ; Romeo and Juliet : Victorian actresses / James N. Loehlin ; The tempest : the design of Prospero's island, 1930s-1980s / Christine Dymkowski ; Titus Andronicus : stage and screen after 1955 / Alan Hughes and Sue Hall-Smith ; The taming of the shrew : Katherina onstage from the 1970s to the 1990s / Elizabeth Schafer ; Julius Caesar : stage interpretations from the 1970s to the 1990s / Marvin Spevack and Marga Munkelt ; Much ado about nothing : performance history onstage and in film, 1980s-1990s / F.H. Mares and Angela Stock ; Macbeth, three influential late twentieth-century productions : Kurosawa, Polanski, Ninagawa / A.R. Braunmuller ; Measure for measure : stage, film, and television productions at the turn of the twenty-first century / Brian Gibbons and Angela Stock --
Part XXIII. Printing and reception history. Introduction / by Andrew Murphy ; The practicalities of editing : Measure for measure / A.R. Braunmuller ; Popular versus scholarly texts / Alan Young ; The texts of Shakespeare and textual theory / David Scott Kastan ; The digital text and beyond / John Lavagnino ; Case study 1: King Lear / René Weis ; Case Study 2: The tempest / Barbara Mowat --
Part XXIV. Shakespeare and the book. Introduction / by Georgianna Ziegler ; Shakespeare's books / Neil Rhodes ; Fortunes of the first folio / Anthony James West ; Collecting and reading Shakespeare's quartos / Jeffrey Todd Knight ; Shakespeare anthologies / Kate Rumbold ; Shakespeare in quotation marks / Zoltán Márkus ; Shakespeare in quotations in English / Elizabeth M. Knowles ; Shakespeare in quotations in Spanish / Jésus Tronch ; Shakespeare in quotations in French / Dominique Goy-Blanquet ; Shakespeare in quotations in German / Felix Sprang ; Shakespeare in quotations in Japanese / Emi Hamana ; The HyperHamlet Project / Balz Engler ; Shakespeare into fiction / Diana Henderson ; Shakespeare as protagonist / Paul Franssen ; Shakespeare and children's literature / Erica Hateley ; Self-help Shakespeare / Kristine Johanson --
Part XXV. Shakespeare and the critics. Introduction / by Lars Engle ; Rhetoric, form, aesthetics / Mark David Rasmussen ; Philosophy, ethics, morality / John J. Joughin ; The linguistic turn and the cultural turn / Rob Carson ; Character and psychoanalytic criticism / Julia Reinhard Lupton ; Biography and autobiography / Dympna Callaghan ; Materialist and political criticism / Peter Holbrook ; Identity and subjectivity / Evelyn Gajowski ; Performance, perception, reception / James Kearney ; Cognition and affect / Kristine Steenbergh. Part XXVI. Shakespeare and the performing arts. Introduction / by Solange Ribeiro de Oliveira ; Opera / William Germano ; Ballet / Nancy Isenberg ; Musical comedy / Tetsuo Kishi ; Symphonic music / J.P.E. Harper-Scott ; Pantomime / John O'Brien ; Puppetry / Scott Cutler Shershow ; Jazz / Michael Ingham --
Part XXVII. Shakespeare and the visual arts. Introduction / by Stuart Sillars ; Book illustrations / Erin C. Blake ; Graphic satire / Clare Haynes ; Photography / Stuart Sillars ; Periodical illustrations / Claudia Corti ; Commercial images / Catherine Alexander ; Comic books and Manga / Sven-Arve Myklebost --
Part XXVIII. Shakespeare and media history. Introduction / by Katherine Rowe ; Shakespeare on air I : early British radio and radio audiences / Eve-Marie Oesterlen ; Shakespeare on air II : the golden age of US radio / Olwen Terris ; Shakespeare and audio recording / Wes Folkerth ; TV and early TV audiences in Europe and the United States / William Uricchio ; Film and film audiences / Robert Shaughnessy ; World cinema / Mark Thornton Burnett ; Plays-within-the-film / Sarah Hatchuel ; Shakespeare documentaries / Rebecca Chapman ; The sonnets onscreen / James Schiffer ; Shakespeare and animation / Laurie Osborne ; Shakespeare and online video / Luke McKernan.
Other Titles: Cambridge guide to the worlds of Shakespeare
Worlds of Shakespeare
Responsibility: general editor, Bruce R. Smith, University of Southern California ; associate editor, Katherine Rowe.

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