Academia

Popular Romance Studies

Busting the Mills & Boon Myth:  Category Romance as an Instrument for Change

Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet and the Cybertextual: Artistic Crowdsourcing as Audience Appropriation

The Adaptation and Appropriation of Shakespeare’s ‘Star-Cross’d Lovers’ in 21st Century Popular Culture

The Dramatic Unities in Fantastical Appropriations of The Tempest

Defying Death – Measure for Measure‘s Barnardine and Titus Andronicus‘s Aaron as Irreverent Outsiders

Hamlet – The Play That Might Have Been

Self-Reflexivity and the Score in Trevor Nunn’s Twelfth Night and Kenneth Branagh’s Love’s Labour’s Lost

Shakespeare’s Antonios – The Thwarted Friend and Servant in The Merchant of Venice and Twelfth Night

Staging Pandar’s Diseases – Performing Troilus and Cressida’s Epilogue

The Portrayal of William Shakespeare in Modern Fiction: The Author-Character as a Sub-Genre of the Post-Modern

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