Brief Chronicles

Brief Chronicles : An Interdisciplinary Journal of Authorship Studies VI (2015)

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Brief Chronicles is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary academic journal dedicated to examining the Shakespeare authorship question and more generally topics in early modern authorship studies. Sponsored by the Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship, Brief Chronicles was established in 2009 and is included in the MLA International Bibliography and World Shakespeare Bibliography databases. General Editor: Roger A. Stritmatter, Ph.D., Coppin State University Managing Editor: Michael Delahoyde, Ph.D., Washington State University Volume 6 of Brief Chronicles features the following authors and topics: Articles From the Pulpit: A Few Home Truths - A British Introduction, Alexander Waugh Sisyphus and the Globe: Turning (on) the Media, Don Rubin Biography, Genius, and Inspiration, Bernd Brackmann Strat Stats Fail to Prove that 'Shakspere' is Another Spelling of 'Shakespeare, ' Richard F. Whalen Arms and Letters and the Name "William Shake-speare," Robert Detobel The Use of State Power To Hide Edward de Vere's Authorship of the Works Attributed to "William Shake-speare," James Warren Chaucer Lost and Found in Shakespeare's Histories, Jacob Hughes A Midsummer Night's Dream: Shakespeare's Aristophanic Comedy, Earl Showerman Mark Twain and "Shake-Speare" Soul Mates, James Norwood Ben Jonson and the Drummond "Informations" Why It Matters, Richard Malim Reviews Was William Scott a Plagiarist? A Review of Scott's The Model of Poesie, reviewed by Richard Waugaman Dr. Magri's Bow and Quiver: Such Fruits Out of Italy: The Italian Renaissance in Shakespeare's Plays and Poems, reviewed by William Ray Towards a Pragmatechnic Shakespeare Studies: A Review-Essay on U. Cambridge's Shakespeare and the Digital World, reviewed by Michael Dudley"show more

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  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 178 x 254 x 11mm | 367g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514600846
  • 9781514600849

About Dr Roger Stritmatter Phd

Roger A. Stritmatter, PhD, is Professor of Humanities at Coppin State University. Dr. Stritmatter wrote his doctoral dissertation on parallels between Biblical references in Shakespeare's works and handwritten annotations in the personal Geneva Bible of Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford, whom many believe was the actual author of the works published under the pseudonym, "William Shakespeare." His book, "On the Date, Sources and Design of Shakespeare's The Tempest," co-authored with Lynne Kositsky, was published in 2013.show more