Arden Shakespeare and Theory Series
This series provides a comprehensive analysis of the theoretical developments that have dominated Shakespeare studies in recent years, as well as those that are emerging at the moment.
Each volume provides a clear definition of a particular theory; explains its key concepts; surveys its major theorists and critics; situates it in the context of contemporary political, social, and economic developments; analyses its significance in Shakespeare studies; and offers a wealth of suggested resources for further investigation.
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Ben Jonson Journal
Literary Contexts in the Age of Elizabeth, James, and Charles
The Ben Jonson Journal is a twice-a-year review devoted to the study of Ben Jonson and the culture in which his manifold literary efforts thrived. It aims to contain well-written essays on poetry, theatre, criticism, religion, law, the court, the curriculum, medicine, commerce, the city, and family life.
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Interim is a national annual of new poetry and fiction. Recent numbers include issues dedicated to work in Translation and one devoted to the life and writing of poet Alice Notley. Editor-in-Chief Claudia Keelan. Assistant Editor Derek Pollard.
MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States has been a vital resource for scholarship and teaching on multi-ethnic US literature for more than forty years. Published quarterly, MELUS illuminates the national, international, and transnational contexts of US ethnic literature. Editor-in-Chief Gary Totten.
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Popular Culture Review
Popular Culture Review is the refereed journal of the Far West Popular Culture and American Culture Associations, sponsored by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and is published twice yearly. Members of the FWPCA/FWACA receive each issue as part of membership.
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Witness blends the features of a literary and an issue-oriented magazine to highlight the role of the modern writer as witness to his or her times. Launched in Detroit in 1987, the magazine is best known for showcasing work that defines its historical moment; special issues have focused on political oppression, religion, the natural world, crime, aging, civil rights, love, ethnic America, and exile. Editor-in-Chief Maile Chapman.