Shakespeare Survey 71: Volume 71

Shakespeare Survey 71: Volume 71 : Re-Creating Shakespeare

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The 71st in the annual series of volumes devoted to Shakespeare study and production. The articles, like those of volume 70, are drawn from the World Shakespeare Congress, held 400 years after Shakespeare's death, in July/August 2016 in Stratford-upon-Avon and London. The theme is 'Re-Creating Shakespeare'.
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  • Hardback | 438 pages
  • 194 x 253 x 30mm | 1,010g
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Worked examples or Exercises; 4 Tables, black and white; 65 Halftones, black and white
  • 1108470831
  • 9781108470834

Table of contents

List of Illustrations; Part I. Shakespeare in Performance - Africa and Asia: 1. Shakespeare's transcolonial solidarities in the global south Sandra Young; 2. Shakespeare's creolised voices Ashish Beesoondial; 3. 'Accents yet unknown': Haider and Hamlet in Kashmir Pompa Banerjee; 4. The forests of silence: global Shakespeare in the Philippines, the Philippines in global Shakespeare Judy Celine Ick; 5. Arab Shakespeares at the World Shakespeare Congress Katherine Hennessey and Margaret Litvin; 6. The dual tradition of bardolatry in China Hao Liu; 7. A catalyst for theatrical reinvention: contemporary travelling companies at the Tokyo Globe Theatre Michiko Suematsu; Part II. Shakespeare in Performance - The Americas: 8. 'Both alike in dignity': Havana and Mexico City Play Romeo and Juliet Alfredo Michel Modenessi; 9. Cuban improvisations: reverse colonization via Shakespeare Donna Woodford-Gormley; 10. Mixing memory with desire: staging Hamlet Q1 Andrew James Hartley; 11. Shakespeare, race, and 'other' Englishes: the Q Brothers' Othello: the remix Carla Della Gatta; Part III. Shakespeare in Performance - Europe: 12. 'Mingled yarn': The Merchant of Venice East of Berlin and the legacy of 'Eastern Europe' Boika Sokolova; 13. Ariel's groans, or, performing protean gender on the Bulgarian post-communist stage Kirilka Stavreva; 14. Dressing the history 'boys': Harry's masks, Falstaff's underpants Carol Chillington Rutter; 15. Shopping for the archives: fashioning a costume collection Kate Dorney; 16. Pastiche or archetype? The Sam Wanamaker Playhouse and the project of theatrical reconstruction Holger Schott Syme; 17. Evolutionary naturalism and ecology in Shakespearian performance (with scene from King John) Randall Martin; Part IV. Shakespeare and Other Art Forms: 18. Of dance and disarticulation: Juliet dead and alive Joseph Campana; 19. Titania's dream: three choreographic Midsummer Night's Dreams of the twentieth century Iris Julia Buhrle; 20. Shakespeare on screens: close watching, close listening Peter Holland; 21. From table books to Tumblr: recollecting the microgenres of the early modern stage in social media Cyrus Mulready; 22. Unlearning Shakespeare studies: speculative criticism and the place of fan activism Louise Geddes; 23. Titus Andronicus and trapdoors at the Rose and Newington Butts Mark Hutchings; 24. Shakespeare's bewitching line Robert Stagg; 25. At the sign of the angel: the influence of Andrew Wise on Shakespeare in print Amy Lidster; 26. Shakespeare and Hardy: the tragi-comic nexus Thomas McAlindon; 27. Queer Iago: a brief history Jonathan Crewe; 28. Global Shakespeare and the censor: adaptation, context and Shakespeare Must Die, a Thai film adaptation of Macbeth Mark Thornton Burnett; 29. Hathaway farm: commemorating Warwickshire Will between the wars Katherine Scheil; 30. Shakespeare performances in England, 2017 Stephen Purcell; 31. Professional Shakespeare productions in the British Isles, January-December 2016 James Shaw; 32. The year's contribution to Shakespeare studies; 1. Critical studies reviewed by Charlotte Scott; 2. Shakespeare in performance reviewed by Russell Jackson; 3. Editions and textual studies reviewed by Peter Kirwan; Abstracts; Index.
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About Peter Holland

Peter Holland is McMeel Family Professor in Shakespeare Studies and Department Chair of the Department of Film, Television and Theater at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana.
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