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RENAISSANCE NON-WESTERN THOUGHT
POST-COLONIAL PERSPECTIVES ON RENAISSANCE THOUGHT


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  • Questioning Colonialism, Sixteenth Annual Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque Interdisciplinary Symposium, University of Miami, February 22-24

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2004:

  • Europe and the Islamic World: Cultural Transformations, 1453-1798, Early Modern Research Centre, University of Reading, July 14-16

  • Retelling the Renaissance: East and West, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter, April 30-May 2

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  • Anthologies:

    • Socio-Historical Context:

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    • Literary Criticism:
      • Alexander, Catherine, and Stanley Wells, eds.  Shakespeare and Race.  
      • Barker, Francis, et al., eds.  1642: Literature and Power in the Seventeenth Century.  
      • Hendricks, Margo, and Patricia Parker, eds.  Women, ‘Race,’ and Writing in the Early Modern Period.  London: Routledge, 1994.
      • Loomba, Ania, and Martin Orkin, eds.  Postcolonial Shakespeares.  
  • Selected Individual Works:

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    • Literary Criticism:
      • Barthelemy, Anthony.  Black Face, Maligned Race: the Representation of Blacks in English Drama from Shakespeare to Southerne.  
      • Brown, Paul.  "‘This thing of darkness I acknowledge mine’: The Tempest and the Discourse of Colonialism."  Political Shakespeare: New Essays in Cultural Materialism.  Ed. Jonathan Dollimore and Alan Sinfield. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1994.  48-71.
      • D’Amico, Jack.  The Moor in English Renaissance Drama.  
      • Doyle, Laura.  Bordering on the Body: the Racial Matrix of Modern Fiction and Culture.  Oxford: OUP, 1994.
      • Erickson, Peter.  "Representations of Blacks and Blackness in the Renaissance" Criticism 35 (1993): 499-528.
      • Evans, Martin.  Milton’s Imperial Epic: Paradise Lost and the Discourse of Colonialism.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1996.
      • Gillies, John.  Shakespeare and the Geography of Difference.  
      • Greenblatt, Stephen.  Marvelous Possessions: the Wonder of the New World.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1991.
      • Hall, Kim.  Things of Darkness: Economies of Race and Gender in Early Modern Europe.  London: Cornell UP, 1996.
      • Hamlin, William.  The Image of America in Montaigne, Spenser, and Shakespeare.  
      • Helgerson, Richard.  Forms of Nationhood.  
      • Hess, André.  The Forgotten Frontier: a History of the Sixteenth Century Ibero-African Frontier.  
      • Hulme, Peter.  "Hurricanes in the Caribbees: the Constitution of the Discourse of English Colonialism."  1642: Literature and Power in the Seventeenth Century.  Ed. Francis Barker, et al.  Colchester: U of Essex P, 1981.  55-83.
      • Hunter, G. K.  Dramatic Identities and Cultural Tradition: Studies in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries.  
      • Jones, Eldred.  The Elizabethan Image of Africa.  
      • Jones, Eldred.  Othello’s Countrymen: the African in English Renaissance Drama.  
      • Loomba, Ania.  Gender, Race, Renaissance Drama.  Manchester: Manchester UP, 1989.
      • Montrose, Louis Adrian.  "The Work of Gender and Sexuality in the European Discourse of Discovery."  Discourses of Sexuality: from Aristotle to Aids.  Ed. Domna C. Stanton.  Rpt. in Representing the Renaissance.  Ed. Stephen Greenblatt.  
      • Quint, David.  Epic and Empire: Politics and Generic Form from Virgil to Milton.
      • Shapiro, James.  Shakepeare and the Jews.  

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