Michael Dobson, Professor of Renaissance Drama at University of Surrey Roehampton
Dr. Gail Kern Paster, Director of the Folger Shakespeare Library
Margreta de Grazia (Pennsylvania), Peter Holland (Notre Dame), Michael Neill (Auckland), Lois D. Potter (Delaware), David Schalkwyk (Cape Town)
Palgrave Shakespeare Studies is a new monograph series that takes Shakespeare as it its focus but strives to understand the significance of his works in relation to his contemporaries, subsequent writers and historical and political contexts. The series will extend the scope of Shakespeare and English Renaissance Studies to previously neglected aspects of sources of the period's art and thought – native or foreign, ancient or modern – or to hitherto unexamined dimensions of its influence and reception over the intervening centuries.
Titles in the Palgrave Shakespeare Studies series seek to understand anew Shakespeare’s place in the literary achievements of the English Renaissance, offering refreshing new perspectives and challenging new readings of the period.
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