Publications

Monograph

Circe’s Court: Italian Encounters and the Tudor Literary Imagination (in progress)

Critical Edition

The Commonplace Book of Sir John Strangways 1645-1666.  Ed. Thomas G. Olsen. Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University Press in Conjunction with the Renaissance English Text Society (2004)

Articles

“The Commonplace Book of Sir John Strangways: An Editor’s View.New Ways of Looking at Old Texts, IV, ed. Michael Denbo. Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies in conjunction with Renaissance English Text Society, 2008. 339-58.

“Roger Ascham’s The Scholemaster and the Protestant Circe” Reformation 12 (2008):  103-39

“Poisoned Figs and Italian Sallets: Nation, Diet, and the Early Modern English Traveler” Annali d’Italianistica 21 (2003): 133-53

“The 1924 Alpha Delta Phi Production of Titus AndronicusThe Yale Library Gazette 76 (2002): 154-77

“’Drug-Damn’d Italy’ and the Problem of British National Character in Cymbeline” Shakespeare Yearbook 10 (1999): 269-96

“Apolitical Shakespear; Or, The Restoration CoriolanusStudies in English Literature 38 (1998): 411-25

“Unquiet Americans:  Paul Theroux and the Re-Vision of Graham Greene” Symbiosis 2 (1998): 75-90

“Thomas Berthelet” The Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 170: The British Literary Booktrade, 1475-1700 (Detroit: Gale, 1996), 24-30.

Introductions, Entries, Short Articles, Notes

“Dramaturgical Note.” Program notes, Twelfth Night. Parker Theater, SUNY New Paltz (October 7-17, 2010).

“Explorations of the Text,” “The Reading/Writing Connection,” and “Ideas for Writing” questions for Shakespeare’s Othello in Carley Rees Bogarad, Jan Zlotnik Schmidt, and Lynne Crockett, eds. Legacies: Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Nonfiction 4th ed. (Thomson Wadsworth, 2008): 866-69.

Introduction (with Morgan Gwenwald). Banned, Censored, Challenged: An Exhibit of Books. (New Paltz, NY: The Sojourner Truth Library and The Department of English, 2007), 1-2.

“Censorship and Early Print.” Banned, Censored, Challenged: An Exhibit of Books. (New Paltz, NY: The Sojourner Truth Library and The Department of English, 2007), 3-4.

Introduction. Letters to a Young Cast: A Page-Stage Collaboration. (New Paltz, NY: SUNY New Paltz Department of English, 2007), 3-6.

“Notes on the Text” Program notes, King Lear. McKenna Theater, SUNY New Paltz (April 28-May 6, 2007).

“Sir Thomas Hoby” The Literary Encyclopedia [www.LitEnclyc.com] (2006).

“Notes on the Plot” Program notes, A Midsummer Night’s Dream McKenna Theater, SUNY New Paltz (April 28-May 8, 2005).

“William Thomas” The Literary Encyclopedia [www.LitEnclyc.com] (2005).

“Explorations of the Text,” “The Reading/Writing Connection,” and “Ideas for Writing” questions for Shakespeare’s Hamlet in Carley Rees Bogarad and Jan Zlotnik Schmidt, eds. Legacies: Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Nonfiction 3rd ed. (Thomson Wadsworth, 2005), 278-80

“Roger Ascham” The Literary Encyclopedia [www.LitEncly.com] (2004)

Introduction. The King Lear Project: Essays by Several Hands (New Paltz, NY: SUNY New Paltz Department of English, 2002), 5-10

“Explorations of the Text” questions and text of online discussion for Shakespeare’s The Tempest in Carley Rees Bogarad and Jan Zlotnik Schmidt, eds. Legacies: Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Nonfiction 2nd ed. (Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt, 2001), 1168-75

“Shakespeare 1600-2000: Art, Adaptation, Appropriation” [Introduction] The Shawangunk Review 12 (2001), 8-10

“Thomas Coryat,” in Jo Eldridge Carney, ed., Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620:  A Biographical Dictionary (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001), 95-96

“Geoffrey Fenton,” in Jo Eldridge Carney, ed., Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620:  A Biographical Dictionary (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001), 137

“Sir Thomas Hoby,” in Jo Eldridge Carney, ed., Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620:  A Biographical Dictionary (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001), 193-94

“Raphael Holinshed,” in Jo Eldridge Carney, ed., Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620:  A Biographical Dictionary (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001), 196-97

“Andrea Palladio,” in Jo Eldridge Carney, ed., Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620:  A Biographical Dictionary (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001), 275-76

“William Shakespeare,” in Jo Eldridge Carney, ed., Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620:  A Biographical Dictionary (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001), 322-24

“William Thomas” in Jo Eldridge Carney, ed., Renaissance and Reformation 1500-1620:  A Biographical Dictionary (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2001), 347-48

Book Reviews

Adele Davidson, Shakespeare in Shorthand: The Textual Mystery of King Lear (Delaware, 2009), The Sixteenth Century Journal (forthcoming)

Joan-Pau Rubiés, Travellers and Cosmographers: Studies in the History of Early Modern Travel and Ethnology (Ashgate/Variorium, 2007), The Sixteenth Century Journal (forthcoming)

John Freeman, The Tyranny of E-mail: The Four-Thousand-Year Journey to Your Inbox (Scribner, 2009), The Shawangunk Review 21 (2010): 95-98.

Robert Applebaum, Aguecheek’s Beef, Belch’s Hiccup, and other Gastronomic Interjections: Literature, Culture, and Food Among the Early Moderns (Chicago, 2006), The Sixteenth Century Journal (2008): 1219-20

David Bevington, This Wide and Universal Theater: Shakespeare in Performance, Then & Now (Chicago, 2007), The Shawangunk Review 19 (2008): 139-42

James Shapiro, 1599: A Year in the Life of William Shakespeare (HarperCollins, 2005), The Shawangunk Review 18 (2007): 143-46

Susan Zimmerman, The Early Modern Corpse and Shakespeare’s Theatre (Edinburgh, 2005), The Sixteenth Century Journal 28 (2007): 533-34

Camille Paglia, Break, Blow, Burn (Knopf, 2005) , The Shawangunk Review 17 (2006): 239-42.

T.S. Dorsch, ed., The Comedy of Errors Updated Edition revised by Ros King (Cambridge, 2004), The Sixteenth Century Journal 37 (2006): 482-83

Tom Clayton, Susan Brock, and Vincent Forés, eds., Shakespeare and the Mediterranean: The Selected Proceedings of the International Shakespeare Association World Congress 2001 (Delaware, 2004), The Sixteenth Century Journal 37 (2006): 290-92

Stephen Greenblatt, Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare (Norton, 2004), The Shawangunk Review 16 (2005): 100-3

Harold Bloom, Hamlet: Unfinished Poem (Riverhead, 2003), The Shawangunk Review 15 (2004): 183-85

Jennifer Richards, Rhetoric and Courtliness in Early Modern Literature (Cambridge, 2003), The Sixteenth Century Journal 35 (2004): 1149-50

Jack Lynch, The Age of Elizabeth in the Age of Johnson (Cambridge, 2003), The Johnsonian News Letter 54 (2003): 58-62

David Scott Kastan, Shakespeare and the Book (Cambridge, 2001), The Shawangunk Review 14 (2003): 101-4

Margreta de Grazia and Stanley Wells, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare (Cambridge, 2001), The Sixteenth Century Journal 33 (2002): 1115-16

Michele Marrapodi and Giorgio Melchiori, eds. Italian Studies in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries (Delaware, 1999), The Sixteenth Century Journal 33 (2002): 305-6

Heather Dubrow, Shakespeare and Domestic Loss: Forms of Deprivation, Mourning, and Recuperation (Cambridge, 1999), The Sixteenth Century Journal 32 (2001): 300-1

Peter Rawlings, ed. Americans on Shakespeare: 1776-1914 (Ashgate, 1999) The Sixteenth Century Journal 32 (2001): 295-96

Harold Bloom, Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human (Riverhead, 1998), The Shawangunk Review 11 (2000): 103-6

Judith H. Anderson, Words that Matter: Linguistic Perception in Renaissance English (Stanford, 1996), Prose Studies 21 (1998): 115-118

Peter Burke, The Fortunes of the Courtier:  The European Reception of Castiglione’s Cortigiano (Pennsylvania State, 1996), Italica 75 (1998): 115-16

Martin Coyle, ed. Niccolò Machiavelli’s The Prince:  New Interdisciplinary Essays (Manchester, 1995), Prose Studies 20 (1997): 133-35

Sharon Achinstein, Milton and the Revolutionary Reader (Princeton: 1995), Prose Studies 19 (1996): 299-302

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