Greg Walker, “Reviewing the Spectatorial Turn: Witnessing Drama from the Cycle Plays to Shakespeare.”

Monday, March 11th, 16:00 in the Academy Building, A7

Greg Walker, “Reviewing the Spectatorial Turn: Witnessing Drama from the Cycle Plays to Shakespeare.”

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Greg Walker is the Regius Professor of Rhetoric and English at the University of Edinburgh. He works on late medieval and Renaissance literature. His publications include: The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Drama, co-edited with Thomas Betteridge (Oxford University Press, 2012); The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Literature, co-edited with Elaine Treharne (Oxford University Press, 2010); Writing Under Tyranny: English Literature and the Henrician Reformation (Oxford University Press, 2005, 2007); ed. Medieval Drama: An Anthology (Blackwell, 2000); The Politics of Performance in Early Renaissance Drama (Cambridge University Press, 1998; paperback, 2006); ed.: John Skelton (Everyman Poetry Library, 1997); Persuasive Fictions: Faction, Faith, and Political Culture in the Reign of Henry VIII (Scolar Press, 1996);Plays of Persuasion: Drama and Politics at the Court of Henry VIII (Cambridge University Press, 1991); John Skelton and the Politics of the 1520s (Cambridge University Press, 1988, 2002).

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