Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England is an annual volume committed to the publication of essays and reviews related to English drama and theatre history to 1642. An internationally recognized board of scholars oversees the publication of MaRDiE. Readers who wish to deepen their understanding of early drama will find that the journal publishes wide-ranging discussions not only of plays and early performance history, but of topics relating to cultural history, as well as manuscript studies and the history of printing.
S. P. Cerasano is the Edgar W. B. Fairchild Professor of Literature at Colgate University.
Heather Anne Hirschfeld is Kenneth Curry Professor of English at the University of Tennessee.
Edward Gieskes is associate professor of English at the University of South Carolina.
S. P. Cerasano
“Stigma and Satire in Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida: Thersites’s Deformity and Ajax’s Monstrosity”
Jeffrey R. Wilson
“The Masque of Flowers (1614) and Letters
David M. Bergeron
“Self-Deception in Soliloquies in Shakespeare’s Plays: An Empirical Investigation”
“George North’s Description of Swedland, Gotland, and Finland: A Courtier’s Warning to the Queen”
“History as Warning: Middleton, Massinger, and the Censors”
“The Transgressive Will in the Plays of Christopher Marlowe and Elizabeth Cary”
“Thomas Dekker’s Old Fortunatus and the Wisdom Tradition”
“Fulgens and Lucres and the Middle English Debate Tradition”
Noah Gene Peterson
“King Lear’s Edgar and Early Modern Renderings of the Apostle Peter”
“‘Unkinged’ King Richard’s Sense of Self in Richard II”
“‘Epitaphs in Glitt’ring Golden Characters’: Watery Empathy and The Purity of ‘The Real’ in Pericles, Prince of Tyre”
“Post-Restoration Adaptations: Is Double FalsehoodCardenio? Versification Analysis”