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  • Contributors

HEATHER DUBROW is John D. Boyd, SJ, Chair in Poetic Imagination at Fordham University;among the institutions where she taught previously are Carleton College and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her publications include seven single-authored volumes of literary criticism, a coedited collection of essays, an edition of As You Like It, and essays on higher education and teaching. Two full-length collections and two chapbooks of her own poetry have also appeared.

ANGELA EWARD-MANGIONE is Assistant Professor of English at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Florida. She teaches writing and literature courses, including Shakespeare's tragedies and postcolonial adaptations ofthem.

JEAN E. HOWARD is George Delacorte Professor in the Humanities at Columbia University, specializing in early modern literature, theater studies, and feminist and social theory. Her books include The Stage and Social Struggle in Early Modern England, Engendering a Nation: A Feminist Account of Shakespeare's English Histories (with Phyllis Rackin), and Theater of a City: The Places of London Comedy, 1598–1642. An editor of The Norton Shakespeare, Howard is completing a new book on the history play in twentieth- and twenty-first-century Britain and America.

SUJATA IYENGAR teaches at the University of Georgia. She is currently at work on two solo book projects—Shakespeare and Adaptation Theory for Arden Bloomsbury, and Shakespeare and the Art of the Book, a portion of which appeared in Shakespeare Quarterly in 2016 as "Intermediating the Book Beautiful: Shakespeare at the Doves Press"—and various coedited and coau-thored essays and collections. With Matthew Kozusko and Louise Geddes, she coedits Borrowers and Lenders: The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation, which she cofounded with the late Christy Desmet in 2005.

YU JIN KO is Professor of English at Wellesley College. He is the author of Mutability and Division on Shakespeare's Stage and the coeditor of Shakespeare's [End Page 310] Sense of Character: On the Page and from the Stage. He has also written numerous articles on Shakespeare in performance across the globe, including recent pieces on Korean adaptations (e.g., "The Site of Burial in Two Korean Hamlets," in The Shakespearean International Yearbook).

CHRISTOPHER MATUSIAK is Associate Professor of English at Ithaca College in New York where he teaches courses on Shakespeare and the early modern stage. His research has appeared in Shakespeare Quarterly, Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, and Early Theatre, and he is currently editing a collection of documents concerning the Cockpit-Phoenix playhouse in Drury Lane for Records of Early English Drama (REED).

LUCY MUNRO is Professor of Shakespeare and Early Modern Literature at King's College London. Her recent publications include a monograph, Shakespeare in the Theatre: The King's Men (Bloomsbury Arden Shakespeare, 2020), and editions of Dekker, Ford, and Rowley's Witch of Edmonton for Arden Early Modern Drama (2016) and Massinger's Picture in The Routledge Anthology of Early Modern Drama (2020).

CONNIE SCOZZARO is Assistant Professor of English at Brown University, and she received her PhD from Johns Hopkins University. Her work focuses on aspects oflaw and sexuality in early modern literature and thought. [End Page 311]



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