English Literary Renaissance

(The TQCC of English Literary Renaissance is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
“As it was Played in the Blackfriars”: Jonson, Marston, and the Business of Playmaking13
“Come Aloft, Jack-little-ape!”: Race and Dance in The Spanish Gypsie2
The Physics of Poetic Form in Arthur Golding’s Translation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses2
John Donne’s Sermons: Counsel and the Politics of the Dynamic Middle1
“The Law of thy Mother”: Contesting Inheritance in Seventeenth-Century England1
Stomaching Satire: Poetaster, Troilus and Cressida, and the Hermeneutics of Hypocrisy1
Marlowe and Nashe1
Leander in the Ottoman Mediterranean: The Homoerotics of Abduction in the Global Renaissance1
“Many Ciphers, Although But One for Meaning”: Lady Mary Wroth’s Many-Sided Monogram1
Lucy Hutchinson’s and Margaret Cavendish’s Petitionary Lives1
Introduction: Lucy Hutchinson (1620–1681) and Margaret Cavendish (1623–1673)1
Collaborating on Credit: Ben Jonson’s Authorship in Eastward Ho!1
Stranger to Profit: Waste, Loss, and Sacrifice inThe Jew of Malta1
Margaret Cavendish Reads Josuah Sylvester: Epicurus, Atheism, and Atomic Skepticism in Poems, and Fancies0
A Proof of Pleasure: Renaissance in Rancière, Auerbach, Marlowe0
Emblematic Tabernacles in John Donne, John Milton, and the Antwerp Polyglot Bible0
Processes of Reformation in Donne’sDevotions Upon Emergent Occasions: Bells, Brass, and the Reader’s Work0
Polemical Laughter in Thomas Middleton’sA Game at Chess(1624)0
Editorial Notice0
Non-Atomic Atomisms and Atomic Epistemologies in the Poetry of Margaret Cavendish and Lucy Hutchinson0
Recent Studies of Rhetorical Poetics0
James Bell’s Narrative of Cecilia Vasa’s Journey to England: Travelogue as Encomium0
Volume 51 (2021)0
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“To Please the Best, and th’Evill to Embase”: Slavery Logic in Spenser’sFaerie Queene, Book VI0
“Beyond Beyond”:Cymbeline, the Camera Obscura, and the Ontology of Elsewhere0
Human Resources: Class and Cannibalism in Herrick’s “The Hock-Cart”0
Marian Literary Culture: Petrarch and the Rapprochement of Cultures0
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Fictions of Race: Racecraft, Reproduction, and Whiteness in Titus Andronicus0
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Spenser’s Panthea and Lucian’s: Elizabeth, Gloriana, andThe Faerie Queene’s Protocols of Encomium0
“transeant Things”: Materialism and Mortality in the Lyrics of Lucy Hutchinson and Margaret Cavendish0
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Ridiculous Subjects:Coriolanus, Popular Representation, and the Roman Tribunes in Early Modern Drama0
Contesting Fiction in Gavin Douglas’ Eneados0
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Fictions of Human Nature in Early Modern Poetry and Philosophy0
Known Unknowns: Sir John Davies’ Nosce Teipsum in Conversation0
Volume 53 (2023)0
“Noe dish whose tast, or dressing, is unknown / Unto oʳ natives”: Local and Global Material Cultures in the Food Rituals of Thomas Salusbury’s 1634 “Chirk Castle Entertainment”0
Sidney’s Penetrations: Metaphors and Ideas0
George Gascoigne’s “Patched Cote”: Writing Pedagogy and Poetic Style in the Literature Classroom0
Singular Modes: The Politics of Dress in Cavendish, Evelyn, and Hutchinson0
The Experience of Authority:Hamletand the Political Aesthetics of Majesty0
Artlikeness:Enargeia, Imagination, and the Enlivening of Shakespeare’s Hero0
Interpersonal Soliloquy: Self and Audience in Shakespeare and Augustine0
Windsor’s World of Words: Multilingualism inThe Merry Wives of Windsor0
Judith and Lucrece: Reading Shakespeare Between Copy and Work0
The Utopian Hypothesis0
Kairic Complexity in Fulke Greville’s A Dedication to Sir Philip Sidney0
Tudor Turks: Ottomans Speaking English in Early ModernSultansbriefe0
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A Priest to the Table: Eucharistic Causality and Priestly Spirituality in George Herbert’s The Temple0
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In the Mood of Fiction0
“Framed in Wax”: Fiction as Artificial Experience inThe Duchess of Malfi0
VOLUME 52 (2022)0
Recent Studies of Mary Sidney Herbert, Countess of Pembroke (1999–2020)0
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Editorial Notice0
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Reading a Lost Book: Ben Jonson’sEpigrammes(c.1612) and Disposable Authorship0
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From Plays-Within to Players Without: Theatrical Hospitality in Hamlet and Sir Thomas More0
Lucy Hutchinson’s Everyday War: The 1640s Manuscript and her Restoration ‘Elegies’0
Christopher Marlowe, Literary History, and the Lyrical Style of Blank Verse0
“The Scope of Mine Intent”: Reading for the Author in George Gascoigne’s Hundreth Sundrie Flowres and Posies0
Recent Studies in Early Modern Conscience0
Resurrection Reading: Margaret Cavendish Drafts the Afterlife0
How to Do Things With Numbers:Love’s Labour’s Lostand Quantitative Uncertainty0
Othelloand the Political Theology of Jealousy0
“Hick scorners jestes”: Thomas Nashe, Martin’s Month’s Mind, and the Tudor Dramatic Tradition0
“Palpable to thinking”: Othello and Gross Conceits0
Margaret Russell, Countess of Cumberland’s Letter to John Layfield: Composing Grief through Consolation and Lamentation0
Staging the Literal in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus: Lavinia’s Suffering and Marcus’ Speech0
Approaching Playhouse Song in the Archive: The Case of Dekker, Ford, Middleton, and Rowley’s The Spanish Gypsy0
The Politics of Scale in Shakespeare’s Henry V: Fiction, History, Theater0
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Volume 50 (2020)0
The Relics of Hippolytus in Spenser’s Faerie Queene0
A Doctor of Another Facultie: Robert Aylett and Early Modern Interdisciplinary Poetics0
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Introduction: Interstitial Fiction0
Ground-plots of Invention: Poetics of the Material and Difficult Thinking in The Faerie Queene0
Early Modern Wetlands: A Brief Literary History of the Unfast0
Fooles of Nature: The Epistemology of Hamlet0
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