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The Oxford handbook of Shakespeare and embodiment : gender, sexuality, and race / edited by Valerie Traub.

Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.
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'The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Embodiment' brings together 40 of the most important scholars writing on the subject today. They explore representations of gender in the context of race, ethnicity, sexuality, disability and religion, and consider Shakespeare's life, contemporary editing practices and the performance of his plays.
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Feeling Shakespeare / Denise Albanese -- Embodiment and the Classroom Performance / Ayanna Thompson, Laura Turchi -- Becoming Caliban / Lauren Eriks Cline -- Precarious Bodies / Susan Bennett -- Magic in the Chains / Diana E. Henderson -- Interrupting the Lucrece Effect? / Jean E. Howard -- Double Falsehood / Holly Dugan -- Pretty and Apt / Evelyn Tribble -- Dead Likenesses and Sex Machines / Jennifer Waldron -- A Time for The Merry Wives of Windsor / Kathleen E. McLuskie -- Glossing and T*pping / Jeffrey Masten -- The Gendered Text and its Labour / Valerie Wayne -- Typographical Embodiment / Laurie Maguire -- Exit Pursued by a Bear / Maureen Quilligan -- Roguery and Reproduction in The Winter's Tale / Ari Friedlander -- Incorporating Kate / Marjorie Rubright -- Disability Figures in Shakespeare / Vin Nardizzi -- Shakespeare Differently Disabled / Tobin Siebers -- Time to Cheat / Gina Bloom -- Personification and the Political Imagination of A Midsummer Night's Dream / Amanda Bailey -- Entangled Agency / Mario DiGangi -- Passionate Spirits / Elizabeth D. Harvey -- Equeer / Karen Raber -- 'Stray[ing] lower where the pleasant fountains lie' / Will Fisher -- 'Strange Things in Hand' / Carol Thomas Neely -- Impure Resistance / Melissa E. Sanchez -- The Fierce Urgency of Now / Will Stockton -- Comedies End in Marriage / Kathryn Schwarz -- Shakespeare. Same Sex. Marriage / Julie Crawford -- Identities and Bodies in Early Modern Studies / Ania Loomba -- The Imperial Graft / Jean E. Feerick -- Identifying 'the Dane' / Emily C. Bartels -- Bruised with Adversity / Patricia Akhimie -- The Textile Black Body / Ian Smith -- Constructing the Inferior Body / M. Lindsay Kaplan -- All's Well That Ends Well and Recipe Cultures of Knowledge / Wendy Wall -- Spectres of Female Sovereignty in Shakespeare's Plays / Susan Frye -- Puzzling Embodiment / Stephen Spiess -- Amazons, Turks, and Tartars in the Gesta Grayorum and The Comedy of Errors / Bernadette Andrea -- The Undocumented Lives of William Shakespeare / Alan Stewart -- Shakespeare's Marriage / Lena Cowen Orlin -- Introduction—Feminist Shakespeare Studies / Valerie Traub.
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