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June 07, 2010

New issue of Law and Humanities

The new issue of Law and Humanities (4:1, Summer 2010) just arrived from Hart Publishing, which presumably means it'll be out shortly. It carries, among several excellent articles, a review by me of A Yorkshire Tragedy at the White Bear Theatre Pub, which began its life as blog entries on this blog and The Bardathon.

While I've had reviews of productions published in a number of academic journals, this one is significant for a couple of reasons. Firstly, it's an interdisciplinary rather than a Shakespeare journal. Secondly, it's the journal's first performance review, as the editorial points out. Finally, it's long enough (c. 3000 words) to be a review article as much as a straightforward account, allowing me to explore a few deeper issues to do with the play. Here's the citation for anyone who follows these things:

" "If The Law Could Forgive as Soon as I": A Review of A Yorkshire Tragedy at the White Bear Theatre Pub, London, January 2010." Law and Humanities 4:1 (2010), 162-8.


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I’m Peter Kirwan, a final year doctoral student in the English Department at Warwick, and this is my PhD blog.


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