Deborah T. Curren-Aquino is the editor of King John: New Perspectives and the compiler of King John: An Annotated Bibliography; she is currently providing editorial and production assistance for the New Folger Library Shakespeare editions.
William Dodd, Professor of English at the University of Siena (Arezzo), has published studies of various Shakespeare plays, focusing on their construction of the role of the audience and on the relationship between dramatic dialogue and character.
Lars Engle, Associate Professor of English at the University of Tulsa, is the author of Shakespearean Pragmatism and coeditor of the forthcoming English Renaissance Drama: A Norton Anthology.
John R. Ford teaches English at Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi.
Barbara Fuchs, Associate Professor of English and Adjunct Associate Professor of Spanish at the University of Washington, Seattle, writes on imperialism and nation formation in the early modern period. She is the author of the forthcoming Mimesis and Empire: The New World, Islam, and European Identities and is currently completing a project on Cervantes and “passing.”
Suzanne Gossett, Professor of English at Loyola University, Chicago, has recently edited Bartholomew Fair and Lady Mary Wroth’s Urania; she is currently editing Pericles for the Arden Shakespeare and Eastward Ho! for the Cambridge edition of the works of Ben Jonson.
Jonathan Gil Harris, Associate Professor of English at Ithaca College, is the author of Foreign Bodies and the Body Politic: Discourses of Social Pathology in Early Modern England and coeditor, with Natasha Korda, of the forthcoming Staged Properties: Props and Property in Early English Drama. [End Page 174]
Ken Jackson, Assistant Professor of English at Wayne State University, is completing a book on Bethlem (“Bedlam”) Hospital and the stage.
Russell Jackson, Reader in Shakespeare Studies and Deputy Director of the Shakespeare Institute at the University of Birmingham, has recently edited The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare on Film.
John Jowett, Reader in Shakespeare Studies at the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, was an editor of the Oxford Shakespeare Complete Works and of Richard III in the Oxford Shakespeare series. He is currently Associate General Editor of Thomas Middleton’s Collected Works and is also editing Timon of Athens.
William Kerwin, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Missouri-Columbia, is finishing a book that examines the roles played by medical practitioners in early modern society and the drama.
Arthur F. Kinney is Thomas W. Copeland Professor of Literary History and Director of the Massachusetts Center for Renaissance Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and Adjunct Professor of English at New York University. He has recently edited Renaissance Drama and The Cambridge Companion to English Literature, 1500-1600. His Companion to Renaissance English Drama and “Lies Like Truth”: Shakespeare, “Macbeth,” and the Cultural Moment are scheduled to appear later this year.
Bernice W. Kliman, Nassau Community College, is coordinator of the New Variorum Hamlet project, editor of The Enfolded Hamlet, and co-editor (with Paul Bertram) of The Three-Text Hamlet: Parallel Texts of the First and Second Quartos and First Folio.
Joan Pong Linton, Associate Professor of English at Indiana University, is the author of The Romance of the New World: Gender and Identity in the Literary Formations of English Colonialism and is currently working on the cultural interplay between the stake and the stage.
Barbara A. Mowat, Director of Academic Programs at the Folger Shakespeare Library and co-editor (with Paul Werstine) of the New Folger Library [End Page 175] Shakespeare, has written extensively on Shakespeare’s late plays and on the editing of Shakespeare’s plays. Her investigations of The Tempest span many years, from The Dramaturgy of Shakespeare’s Romances (1976) to “Reading The Tempest Intertextually” (2000).
Lois Potter, Professor of English at the University of Delaware, recently completed a book on Othello in performance.
Richard Rambuss, Professor of English at Emory University, is the author of Closet Devotions and Spenser’s Secret Career.
Lauren Shohet, who teaches English at Villanova University, is currently writing a book on Stuart court masque and emergent forms of public culture.
Wendy Wall, Associate Professor of English at Northwestern University, is author of The Imprint of Gender: Authorship and Publication in the English Renaissance and of the forthcoming...