ISSN 1554-6985

VOLUME XIII ·  NUMBER 1

Spring 2020

Shakespeare and Politics Between Media

EDITED BY

Sally Barnden and Nora J. Williams

CONTENTS

Shakespeare and Politics Between Media: Introduction (pdf) Sally Barnden and Nora J. Williams
Get Out and the Remediation of Othello's Sunken Place: Beholding White Supremacy's Coagula (pdf) Vanessa I. Corredera
Reviewing Ira Aldridge: Red Velvet and Revisionist Narrative (pdf) Lauren Eriks Cline
King Lear and Incest, 1969-2016: In Media Res (pdf) Carol Thomas Neely
Shakespeare's Hand, or "the strangers' case": Remediating Sir Thomas More in the context of the Refugee Crisis (pdf) Stephen O'Neill
Too Soon Forgot: The Ethics of Remembering in Richard III, NOW, and House of Cards (pdf) L. Monique Pittman

Appropriations in Performance

Transformative Play in Pericles Behind Bars (pdf) Niels Herold

Book Reviews

Review of Shakespeare in the Global South: Stories of Oceans Crossed in Contemporary Adaptation (pdf) Koel Chatterjee
Review of Shakespeare Between the World Wars: The Anglo-American Sphere (pdf) Mikaela M. LaFave

Notes

Shakespeare in Fluff (pdf) Louise Geddes
Founding Fathers: Patriotic Ceramics and Shakespeare in the United States (pdf) Helen A. Hopkins

Contributors

Contributors (pdf)
Digital Production Credits (pdf)
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