Massachusetts Studies in Early Modern Culture

This series seeks to publish substantive critical and scholarly works, in any field of intellectual endeavor, that significantly advance and refigure our knowledge of Tudor and Stuart England.

Manuscript Submissions

Please direct manuscript inquiries to the series editor.

Series Editor

Arthur F. Kinney
Massachusetts Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies
Amherst, MA  01004

Series Editorial Board

A. R. Braunmuller
Margaret Ferguson
Paul Hammer
Jean Howard
Heather James
Anne Lake Prescott
David Harris Sacks
R. Malcolm Smuts

Books in the Series (arranged by year of publication)

[node-title] Constituting Old Age in Early Modern English Literature, from Queen Elizabeth to King Lear 2012
[node-title] The Portable Queen
Elizabeth I and the Politics of Ceremony
Historical Milton
Manuscript, Print, and Political Culture in Revolutionary England
[node-title] "A Mirror for Magistrates" and the Politics of the English Reformation 2009
[node-title] The Book of the Play
Playwrights, Stationers, and Readers in Early Modern England
[node-title] Beyond the Body
The Boundaries of Medicine and English Renaissance Drama
[node-title] Joint Enterprises
Collaborative Drama and the Institutionalization of the English Renaissance Theater
[node-title] Word against Word
Shakespearean Utterance
[node-title] Divulging Utopia
Radical Humanism in Sixteenth-Century England
[node-title] English Epicures and Stoics
Ancient Legacies in Early Stuart Culture
[node-title] The Politics of Courtly Dancing in Early Modern England 1998
John Dee
The Politics of Reading and Writing in the English Renaissance
[node-title] Spenser's Life and the Subject of Biography 1996
[node-title] Mapping Mortality
The Persistence of Memory and Melancholy in Early Modern England
Court and Culture in Renaissance Scotland
Sir David Lindsay of the Mount
[node-title] Conceived Presences
Literary Genealogy in Renaissance England
[node-title] The Politics of Unease in the Plays of John Fletcher 1994
[node-title] Reading Shakespeare's Characters
Rhetoric, Ethics, and Identity