Professor Warren Chernaik
- Professor Warren Chernaik
- BA (Cornell), MA, PhD (Yale)
- Position/Fellowship type:
- Senior Research Fellow, Emeritus Professor
- Institute of English Studies
- Home institution:
- King's College London
- 020 7485 1930
- Email address:
Research Summary and Profile
- Research interests:
- Early Modern, English Literature
- England, Europe, United Kingdom
- Summary of research interests and expertise:
Primary Interest: Early Modern English Literature
Secondarty Interest: History
- Project summary relevant to Fellowship:
- Member of:
The British Milton Seminar
British Shakespeare Seminar
London Shakespeare Seminar
World Shakespeare Congress
Milton Society of America
Renaissance Society of America
British Society of Eighteenth Century Studies
President of University of London Extra Mural Literature Association
Organising Committee Member of International Milton Seminar
Consultant on manuscripts submitted to Wiley-Blackwell, Cambridge University Press, University of Toronto Press, Machester University Press,Restoration, The European Legacy
Contributor to Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
- Publication Details
Date Details 01-Jan-2013 Review essay on five plays in Globe to Globe season, Shakespeare's Globe, April-June 2012
In Shakespeare, forthcoming
01-Jan-2013 Choosing a Captain Back for Egypt: Milton and the Restoration
Accepted for publication in From Republic to Restoration: Legacies and Departures, ed. Janet Clare (Manchester University Press, 2013).
01-Jan-2012 'Paradise Recovered: Milton and Traherne'
Gabor Ittyes and Miklos Peti, eds. Milton Through the Centuries. Budapest: L'Harmattan Publishing, 2012
01-Jan-2012 "The Dyer's Hand: Jonson and Shakespeare"
Chapter in The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Contemporary Dramatists, ed. Ton Hoenselaars. Cambridge University Press, 2012
01-Jan-2012 'Tragic Freedom in Samson Agonistes'
Joseph Shub, ed. John Milton, European, Part 1: The European Legacy, 17.2 (April 2012), pp. 197-211.
01-Jan-2012 "Areopagitica: The Known Rules of Antient Libertie"
in John Milton, European, Part 2, ed. Joseph Shub. The European Legacy, 17.3 (June 2012), pp. 317-331.
01-Jan-2012 Review of Shakespeare's Much Ado about Nothing at Shakespeare's Globe, May 2011
In Shakespeare, 8 (July 2012), 262-3
01-Jan-2012 Review of Marlowe's Doctor Faustus at Shakespeare's Globe, June 2011
In Shakespeare, 8 (2012)
01-Jan-2011 “Linked Sweetness: Milton and Music” The Seventeenth Century
The Seventeenth Century, 26 (2011). 23-43
01-Jan-2011 “Sex. Tyranny, and the Problem of Allegiance: Political Drama in the Restoration”, in Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England: Leviathan to Licensing Act, ed. Catie Gill
Ashgate, 2010 pp. 87-105
01-Jan-2011 Review of Julie Sanders, ed., Ben Jonson in Context
Cahiers Elisabethains, 79 (Spring 2011)
01-Jan-2011 Review of Antony and Cleopatra, Royal Shakespeare Company, May 2010
Shakespeare, 7 (April 2011)
01-Jan-2011 Review of Henry VIII, Shakespeare's Globe, May 2010
Shakespeare, 7 (April 2011)
01-Jan-2011 The Myth of Rome in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries
Cambridge University Press, 2011
01-Jan-2009 The Poet's Time: Politics and Religion in the Work of Andrew Marvell
Cambridge University Press. Reprinted 2009.
01-Jan-2008 "Such a king as no chisel can mend": Marvell, Charles II, and Republicanism
In New Perspectives on Andrew Marvell, ed. Gilles Sambras. Reims, Epure, 2008, pp. 97-111
01-Jan-2007 The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare's History Plays
Cambridge University Press, 2007
01-Jan-2005 "Was Marvell a Republican?"
The Sewventeenth Century , 20 (2005), 77-96
01-Jan-2005 The Merchant of Venice
Writers and their Work series. Tavistock: Northcote House, in association with the British Council
01-Jan-2004 Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
Lives of Edmund Waller, Katherine Philips, Thomas Stanley, William Chillingworth, James Nokes, Dorothy Spenser Countess of Sunderland, Richard Ames, John Ayloffe, Alexander Radcliffe, Car Scrope, William Hicks, Henry Parrot, and Robert Mylne.
01-Jan-2004 Review of Brian Vickers 'Shakespeare, Co-Author: A Historical Study of Five Collaborative Plays'
Review of Brian Vickers 'Shakespeare, Co-Author: A Historical Study of Five Collaborative Plays', Modern Language Review, 99
01-Jan-2004 Review of 'The Prose Works of Andrew Marvell'
Review of 'The Prose Works of Andrew Marvell', ed. Annabel Patterson et al, Review of English Studies, 55.
01-Jan-2003 Review of Odai Johnson 'Rehearsing the Revolution: Radical Politics in the English Restoration'
Review of Odai Johnson 'Rehearsing the Revolution: Radical Politics in the English Restoration', Modern Language Review, 98.
01-Jan-2002 Captains and Slaves: Aphra Behn and the Rhetoric of Republicanism'
The Seventeenth Century 17
- Relevant Events
Date Details 01-Jan-2012 Shakespeare at Work: Four Kings and Two Shrews
seminar paper, International Shakespeare Conference, Stratford upon Avon, 6-10 August 2012
01-Jan-2011 “Tragic Freedom in Samson Agonistes”
British Milton Seminar
01-Jan-2011 Instruments of Darkness: Witches and the Supernatural in Four Versions of Macbeth
World Shakespeare Congress, Prague, Czech ;Republic, 19 July 2011. Accepted for publication in Shakespeare on Screen: Macbeth.
01-Jan-2011 Julius Caesar and Republicanism: Shakespeare. Jonson;, and some contemporaries
seminar paper, Ancient Rome and Early Modern England conference, Jesus College Osvord, 21-22 May 2011.
01-Jan-2010 Political Shakespeare
Conference paper. International Shakespeare Seminar, 9-11 August 2010
2010 The Early Shakespeare and Pembroke's Men
Seminar. British Shakespeare Association conference, 11-13 September 2010
2009 Dying young: Shakespeare's children
Keynote speaker. Canterbury Christ Church University, 28-29 March 2009.
2009 Linked sweetness: Milton and Music
Conference paper. Oxford University, 24-5 March 2009. Accepted for publication in The Seventeenth Century (2011).
2009 Julius Caesar and Republicanism
Conference Paper. Newcastle University, 16-18 July 2009