Volume II: 2008

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“Working Shakespeare”

Papers selected for the second volume solicit a broad range of inquiries into issues of labor and market, class and status, civic and public in both the works of Shakespeare and the profession at large.

html  pdf    Editorial Board

html  pdf    From the Editor

html  pdf    Committees and Board

html  pdf    Table of Contents

html pdf    List of Contributors

html pdf    A Note to Contributors

html pdf    Leisure, Idleness, and Virtuous Activity in Shakespearean Drama
Unhae Langis, Slippery Rock University

html pdf    Marina, Isabella, and Shakespeare’s Sex Workers
Byron Nelson, West Virginia University

html  pdf    Refashioning Cordelia, Ophelia, and Juliet: The Strength of Julia Margaret Cameron’s Suffering Women
Melissa Parlin, Ohio University

html  pdf    “Working My Way Back to You”: Shakespeare and Labor
Sharon O’Dair, The University of Alabama

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