Profile: Steven Mullaney
Title: Associate Professor
Ph.D., Stanford 1982
Ph.D., Stanford 1982
Tuesday 1-2, Thursday 11:30-12:30 and by appt.
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Renaissance drama; early modern cultural and gender studies; contemporary cultural, social, and literary theory; publics and counter-publics
Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century colonial discourse; post-colonial theory
“Liberties” and “Revenge Plays,” Entries for The Greenwood Shakespeare Encyclopedia, ed. Patricia Parker (Greenwood Press, forthcoming); “What’s Hamlet to Habermas? Theatrical Publics and the Elizabethan Stage,” forthcoming in Making Publics Volume 2: Publics and Space, ed. Angela Vanhaelen and Joseph P. Ward (Pennsylvania, forthcoming); “Religion Inside Out: Dutch House Churches and the Making of Publics in the Dutch Republic,” co-authored with Angela Vanhaelen and Joseph Ward, in Making Publics in Early Modern Europe: People, Things, Forms of Knowledge, ed. Paul Yachnin and Bronwen Wilson (Routledge: 2009); “Affective Technologies: Toward an Emotional Logic of the Elizabethan Stage,” in Environment and Embodiment in Early Modern England, ed. Mary Floyd-Wilson and Garrett Sullivan (Palgrave Macmillan: 2006): 71-89; "Imaginary Conquests: European Visual Technologies and the Colonization of the New World Mind," in Early Modern Visual Culture: Representation, Race, and Empire in Renaissance England (U of Pennsylvania, 2000); "Reforming Resistance: Class, Gender, and Legitimacy in Foxe’s Book of Martyrs," in Print and the Other Media in Early Modern England (Ohio State UP, 2000); "The Place of Shakespeare’s Stage in Elizabethan Culture," Encyclopedia Britannica Presents Shakespeare’s Globe: Then and Now, located at http://www.eb.com:180/shakespeare/esa/660003.html; "Mourning and Misogyny: Hamlet, The Revenger's Tragedy, and the Final Progress of Elizabeth I, 1600-1607," Shakespeare Quarterly 45:2 (1994); The Place of the Stage: License, Play, and Power in Renaissance England (Chicago UP, 1988/Michigan UP, 1995); "Brothers and Others, or the Arts of Alienation," in Cannibals, Witches, and Diverse: Estranging the Renaissance (Johns Hopkins UP, 1987); "Strange Things, Gross Terms, Curious Customs: The Rehearsal of Cultures in the Late Renaissance," Representations 1 (1983); "Lying Like Truth: Riddle, Representation, and Treason in Renaissance England," ELH, 1980.