October Blogroll: Shameless Pluggery Edition

This fall, I am working on the last of four chapters for a dissertation on Renaissance playing companies and their house styles. I do not use this blog to forecast my more formal academic work, normally; however, with job application season upon us and some recent good news in terms of my own publishing, I thought I might break form for a moment. Below are three publications I have forthcoming this year, each about playing troupes in some way or another in the early modern period. If you are interested in my more formal academic profile, research, teaching and theatre work, you can always find it at www.elizabethetavares.com.

  • “‘Help! Help! I’m being repressed!’: Triptych Blocking and the Queen’s Men Repertory,” Performing Histories in Early Modern Drama. Paper presented at the Blackfriars X Southwest Conference, Austin, TX, 8–10 April 2016.

    “A Race to the Roof: Cosmetics and Contemporary Histories in the Elizabethan Playhouse, 1592–1596.” Shakespeare Bulletin 34, no. 2 (Summer 2016): 25 MS; forthcoming.

  • “Jamie Kens Well: Appropriation and Itinerant Performance in OutlanderOnscreen.” Untitled Outlander Essay Collection Vol. II, edited by Valerie Frankel. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2016. 15 MS; forthcoming.
  • Shakespeare’s Stage Traffic: Imitation, Borrowing and Competition in Renaissance Theatre (book).” Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 30.1 (Fall 2015): forthcoming.

I also have a piece solicited for review, and so also possibly forthcoming in 2016:

  • “A Tale of Two Shrews: Recovering the Repertory of the Lord Pembroke’s Players.” The Journal of the Wooden O Symposium 14 (2016): 15 MS; solicited for review.

Happy reading!

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