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Shakespeare and Science
Coming Soon!

This book is based on the postmedieval journal special issue Prophetic Futures. It calls for renewed attention to prophecy and temporality, challenging in the process critical lenses that adhere to strict dualities of medieval/modern, superstitious/rationalized, and other problematic dyads that occlude our understanding of vatic language. The language, texts, and bodies of prophecy challenge commonplaces about a disenchanted modernity and point the way to new critical approaches to texts out of time. Previously published in postmedieval Volume 10, issue 1, March 2019.

With the recent turn to science studies and interdisciplinary research in Shakespearean scholarship, Shakespeare and Science: A Dictionary, provides a pedagogical resource for students and scholars. In charting Shakespeare's engagement with natural philosophical discourse, this edition shapes the future of Shakespearean scholarship and pedagogy significantly, appealing to students entering the field and current scholars in interdisciplinary research on the topic alongside the non-professional reader seeking to understand Shakespeare's language and early modern scientific practices...(more)

"'Sometimes an Actor Himselfe’: Robert
Burton and Therapeutic Theatricality"
Comitatus
"'Sometimes an Actor Himselfe’: Robert
Burton and Therapeutic Theatricality"
Studies in Philology
"'Sometimes an Actor Himselfe’: Robert
Burton and Therapeutic Theatricality"
Preternature
"'Sometimes an Actor Himselfe’: Robert
Burton and Therapeutic Theatricality"
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“Reading the Early Modern Witch as Epistemic Spectacle” (Forthcoming)
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"State of the Field: Early Modern Magic" (Forthcoming)