Graham Holderness, University of Hertfordshire
Shakespeare is everywhere, permeating culture at every level; yet it is less well-recognized that culture also permeates Shakespeare. Shakespeare & explores Shakespeare and his work outside the lens of traditional literary studies. By intersecting the worlds beyond fiction and poetry with those disciplines outside of literature and drama, this series offers nuanced approaches that reveal a more diverse and complex legacy left by Shakespeare.
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Shakespeare and the Ethics of War
Edited by Patrick GrayPublished: 2019
Shakespeare and Creative Criticism
Edited by Rob Conkie and Scott MaisanoPublished: 2019
Shakespeare and the Arab World
Edited by Katherine Hennessey and Margaret LitvinPublished: 2019
Shakespeare and Commemoration
Edited by Clara Calvo and Ton HoenselaarsPublished: 2019
Shakespeare and Stratford
Edited by Katherine ScheilPublished: 2019
Afterword by Nicola J. Watson