June 29, 2011

A New Journal Devoted To Christopher Marlowe

From the Chronicle of Higher Education: A new journal on Christopher Marlowe is making its debut. Indiana University/Purdue University, Fort Wayne is publishing Marlowe Studies as an annual.

In the first issue:

Meghan C. Andrews, University of Texas, Austin, “The 1663 Doctor Faustus and the Royalist Marlowe”

James Biester, Loyola University of Chicago, “A Storm Brewing: Inspirations for The Tempest in Marlowe and Jonson”

Bruce Brandt, South Dakota State University, “A Decade Bibliography of Christopher Marlowe, 2000-2009”

Douglas Bruster, University of Texas, Austin, “Christopher Marlowe and the Verse / Prose Bilingual System”

Sara Munson Deats, University of South Florida, “Mars or Gorgon? Tamburlaine and Henry V”

R. Carter Hailey, College of William and Mary, “The Publication Date of Marlowe’s Massacre at Paris, with a Note on the Massacre Manuscript Leaf, Folger J.b.8”

Lisa Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam University, “Playing with Matches: Christopher Marlowe’s Incendiary Imagination”

Jeremy Lopez, University of Toronto, “Alleyn Resurrected”

Paul Menzer, Mary Baldwin College, “Shades of Marlowe”

Barbara Parker, William Paterson University, “‘Cursèd Necromancy’: Marlowe’s Faustus as Anti-Catholic Satire”

Jeffrey Rufo, Trinity University, “Marlowe’s Minions: Sodomitical Politics in Edward II and The Massacre at Paris”

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