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Shakespeare and Early Modern Print Culture

Posted By Kristin M. Bezio, Tuesday, May 24, 2016

This panel is seeking submissions which focus on early modern dramatists and poets and print culture.This could focus on any aspect about early modern poems and plays as they first appeared in print/publication during the period. Thus papers about Shakespeare and the book trade, printers/printing, bookbinders/bookmaking/bookbinding, book buying, readers/readings, literacy and reader reception, the first "playbills", authorship, comparing Shakespeare's publications with those by his contemporaries, etc.  -- all and others would be welcome.

Please contact Jeff Moser (jeff.moser.du@gmail.com) before June 1st with proposed abstracts (150 words or less) and CVs (300 words or less).

Tags:  book history  early modern drama  Literature  print culture  Shakespeare 

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