Shakespeare Survey 75

Othello

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Shakespeare Survey is a yearbook of Shakespeare studies and production. Since 1948, Survey has published the best international scholarship in English and many of its essays have become classics of Shakespeare criticism. Les mer
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Shakespeare Survey is a yearbook of Shakespeare studies and production. Since 1948, Survey has published the best international scholarship in English and many of its essays have become classics of Shakespeare criticism. Each volume is devoted to a theme, or play, or group of plays; each also contains a section of reviews of that year's textual and critical studies and of the year's major British performances. The theme for Volume 75 is 'Othello'. The complete set of Survey volumes is also available online at https://www.cambridge.org/core/what-we-publish/collections/shakespeare-survey This fully searchable resource enables users to browse by author, essay and volume, search by play, theme and topic and save and bookmark their results.
1. Understanding Iago (2009): Clientelism, Corruption, Politics Mark Thornton Burnett; 2. Circumventing marginality: The curious case of India's Othello screen adaptations Abhirup Mascharak; 3. Othello's Kin: Legacy, Belonging, and The fortunes of the Moor Patricia Cahill; 4. 'More fair than black': Othellos on British radio' Andrea Smith; 5. 'This fair paper': Othello and the Artists' book' Agnieszka Żukowska; 6. Othello: A dialogue with the built environment Yik Ling Yong; 7. '[A] maid called barbary:' Othello, Moorish maidservants, and the black presence in early modern England Iman Sheeha; 8. 'The Moor's abused by some most villainous knave, some base notorious knave, some scurvy fellow': Legal spaces, Racial trauma, and Othello' Lisa R. Barksdale-Shaw; 9. Ben Jonson's Sejanus and Shakespeare's Othello: Two Plays Performed by the King's Men in c.1603 John-Mark Philo; 10. 'Lago and the clown: Disassembling the vice in Othello Nicole Sheriko; 11. Pitying desdemona in Folio Othello: Race, Gender, and the willow song Joshua Held; 12. 'Desdemona's honest friend' Jeremy Lopez; 13. 'Suffering scstasy: Othello and the drama of displacement' Jennifer J. Edwards; 14. 'Othello's sympathies: Emotion, Agency, and identification' Richard Meek; 15. 'Warning the Stage: Shakespeare's mid-scene entrance conventions' Margaret Jane Kidnie; 16. 'Looking for perdita in Ali Smith's summer' Bailey Sincox; 17. 'Grafted to the Moor: Anglo-Spanish dynastic marriage and miscegenated whiteness in The winter's tale' Zainab S. Cheema; 18. 'Rhyme, History, and Memory in A Mirror for Magistrates and Henry VI' Molly Clark; 19. 'Bad' Love lyrics and poetic hypocrisy from Gascoigne to Benson's Shakespeare' Katherine Mennis; 20. 'Viola's Telemachy' Robert B. Pierce; 21. 'New analogical evidence for Cymbeline's folkloric composition in the medieval icelandic Ála flekks saga' Jonathan Hui; 22. 'But when extremities speak': Harley Granville-Barker, Coriolanus, the world wars and the state of exception' Richard Ashby; 23. Shakespeare performances in England 2021: London Lois Potter; 24. Shakespeare performances in England 2021: outside London Peter Kirwan; 25. Professional Shakespeare productions in the British Isles, January-December 2020 James Shaw; 26. The Year's contribution to Shakespeare studies: 1. Critical Studies reviewed by Jane Kingsley Smith, 2. Performance reviewed by Russell Jackson, 3. Editions and Textual Studies reviewed by Emma Depledge.
Emma Smith is Professor of Shakespeare Studies at Hertford College, Oxford. Her work focuses on the reception of Shakespeare in print, performance, and criticism, and she has written for students, enthusiasts, theatregoers and scholars. For undergraduate readers she wrote The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare (Cambridge, 2007) and The Cambridge Shakespeare Guide (Cambridge, 2012). Her work on the First Folio includes The Making of the First Folio (Bodleian Library, 2016, 2nd edition forthcoming 2023) and Shakespeare's First Folio:  Four Centuries of an Iconic Book (Oxford, 2016, 2nd edition forthcoming 2023). Her books This Is Shakespeare (Penguin, 2019) and Portable Magic: A History of Books and their Readers (Penguin 2022) draw on research to address a wider readership. Her current work includes editing Twelfth Night and Nashe's Summers Last Will and Testament, and working with Laurie Maguire on ideas of dramatic collaboration.