restricted access   Volume 13, Number 3, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Commons and Collectivities: Renaissance Political Ecologies

A Special Issue on Commons and Collectivities: Renaissance Political Ecologies

pp. 1-6


Francis Bacon’s Common Notion

pp. 7-32

Utopia and Its New Enemies: Intellectuals, Elitism, and the Commonwealth of Learning

pp. 33-65

“Making the green one red”: Dynamic Ecologies in Macbeth, Edward Barlow’s Journal, and Robinson Crusoe

pp. 66-83

Second Life: The Ruines of Time and the Virtual Collectivities of Early Modern Complaint

pp. 84-104

A Political Necrology of God

pp. 105-125

JEMCS Forum: What is Early Modern?

pp. 126-127

In the Middle of the Early Modern

pp. 128-132

The Origins of the Early Modern

pp. 133-137

In Praise of Messiness, or What is Gained by Losing Strong Periodization?

pp. 138-143

Review Essays

Reimagining the Republic

pp. 144-150

Common Knowledge: Recent Works on Early Modern Community

pp. 151-165

Book Reviews

Shakespeare’s Schoolroom: Rhetoric, Discipline, Emotion by Lynn Enterline (review)

pp. 166-171

Reading Memory in Early Modern Literature by Andrew Hiscock (review)

pp. 171-175


pp. 176-178