Professor Sandra Clark

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Name:
Professor Sandra Clark
Position/Fellowship type:
Professor Emerita of Renaissance Literature
Institute:
Institute of English Studies
Home institution:
Institute of English Studies
Location:
Senate House Malet Street London WC1E 7HU
Phone:
020 7862 8645
Email address:
sandra.clark@sas.ac.uk
Website:
http://ies.sas.ac.uk/about/Staff/sandraclark.htm

Research Summary and Profile

Research interests:
English Literature
Summary of research interests and expertise:

Shakespeare and early modern English literature; drama, including the works of Webster and Beaumont and Fletcher, and popular literature of the period such as pamphlets and broadside ballads

Publication Details

Related publications/articles:

Date Details
12-Jan-2017 Shakespeare and National Identity: A Dictionary

Edited Book

 ed. Christopher Ivic, 2017. pp. 277. ISBN 978-1-4725-3434-7

12-Nov-2016 Shakespeare and Visual Culture: A Dictionary

Edited Book

ed. Armelle Sabatier, 2017. pp. 295. ISBN 978-1-4725-6805-2

01-Feb-2015 Macbeth

Edited Book

 Macbeth, eds Sandra Clark and Pamela Mason, Arden Shakespeare, Third Series, London: Bloomsbury (2015), pp. 380

01-Apr-2014 'The Shapes of Macbeth: The Staged Text'

Chapters

 

Chapter in: Macbeth: The State of Play, ed. Ann  Thompson (London: Bloomsbury, 2014), 211-34

01-Jul-2013 'Macbeth: The Critical Backstory'

Chapters

 Chapter in Macbeth: A Critical Reader, eds. John Drakakis and Dale Townshend (London: Bloomsbury, 2013), 18-54

01-Feb-2013 'The Two Noble Kinsmen: Shakespeare's Final Phase'

Chapters

 Chapter in Late Shakespeare, 1608-1613, eds. Andrew J. Power and Rory Loughnane (Cambridge: CUP, 2013), 124-138

01-Jan-2012 Macbeth and the Language of the Passions

Journal articles

'Macbeth and the Language of the Passions', Shakespeare, 8.3 (2012), 300-311

01-Jan-2012 'Macbeth and the Limits of Agency'

Conference papers

Proceedings of the International Conference 'Language, Culture and Society in Russian/English Studies' Moscow Institute of Foreign Languages, 2012

01-Jan-2012 'Macbeth and the Limits of Agency'

Conference papers

International Shakespeare Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, August 5-10, 2012

01-Jan-2011 Tyranny and Child-Murder in Richard III and Macbeth

Conference papers

Proceedings of the Sixth International Scientific Conference 'Language, Culture and Society' Moscow Institute of Foreign Languages, 2011

01-Jan-2011 'Some Aspects of the Language of Macbeth'

Conference papers

'Some Aspects of the Language of Macbeth', in Proceedings of the International Conference 'Language, Culture and Society in Russian/English Studies' Moscow Institute of Foreign Languages, 2011

2010 ‘The State of the Art’, in ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore: A Critical Guide’, ed. Lisa Hopkins

London and New York: Continuum

2010 ‘Shrews, Marriage and Murder’ in Gender and Power in Shrew-Taming Narratives, 1500-1700, eds. David Wootton and Graham Holderness

Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan

01-Jan-2009 'Sex and Tyranny Revisited: Waller's The Maid's Tragedy and Rochester's Valentinian'

Chapters

'Sex and Tyranny Revisited: Waller's The Maid's Tragedy and Rochester's Valentinian' in Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England, 1650-1737 (Ashgate, 2009)

01-Jan-2008 'Macbeth and the Weird Sisters'

Journal articles

'Macbeth and the Weird Sisters', Shakespeare Studies. The Shakespeare Society of Japan 46 (2008), 62-76

2007 Renaissance Drama

Cambridge: Polity Press

01-Jan-2007 'Les femmes et la communauté dans la tragedie domestique'

'Les femmes et la communauté dans la tragedie domestique', in Le mythe et la plume: L'ecriture et les femmes en Grande-Bretagne (1540-1640) , eds. Pascal Caillet, Armel Dubois-Nayt et Jean-Claude Mailhol (Press Universitaires de Valenciennes, 2007).

01-Jan-2007 'Spanish Characters and English Nationalism in English Drama of the Early Seventeenth Century'

Journal articles

'Spanish Characters and English Nationalism in English Drama of the Early Seventeenth Century', Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 84:2 (2007)

01-Jan-2005 'Shakespeare in the Restoration'

Journal articles

'Shakespeare in the Restoration', Literature Compass 2 (Peer-reviewed electronic journal, Oxford: Blackwell, 2005).

01-Jan-2003 'The Taming of the Shrew and Popular Culture'

Journal articles

'The Taming of the Shrew and Popular Culture', The Shakespeare Newsletter 256 (Spring, 2003), 3-4.

2003 Women and Crime in the Street Literature of Early Modern England

New York and Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

01-Jan-2002 'The Broadside Ballad and the Woman's Voice'

Chapters

'The Broadside Ballad and the Woman's Voice' , in Debating Gender in Early Modern England, 1500-1700 , eds. Cristina Malcolmson and Mihoko Suzuki (New York and Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002).

01-Jan-2002 'Shakespeare and Other Adaptations'

'Shakespeare and Other Adaptations', in Blackwell Companion to Restoration Drama , ed. Sue Owen (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 2002).

01-Jan-2002 'The Economics of Marriage in the Broadside Ballad'

Journal articles

'The Economics of Marriage in the Broadside Ballad', The Journal of Popular Culture, 36 (2002), 119-33

01-Jan-2002 'Cervantes' "The Curious Impertinent" in Some Jacobean Plays'

Journal articles

'Cervantes' "The Curious Impertinent" in Some Jacobean Plays', Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 79 (2002), 477-89

Relevant Events

Related events:

Date Details
28-Mar-2013 Shakespeare Association of America Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada

 Invited participant at seminar,  'Class and Emotion in Shakespeare'.

01-Jan-2011 'The Misery of us that are Born Great: Hierarchy and Social Rank in The Duchess of Malfi'

Invited lecture, 'The Misery of us that are Born Great: Hierarchy and Social Rank in The Duchess of Malfi', London, Sovereign Education, Conway Hall

01-Jan-2011 Shakespeare Association of America Annual Conference

Shakespeare Association of America Annual Conference, Seattle, USA, Seminar Participant and presenter of paper

01-Jan-2011 'Macbeth and the Weird sisters: Language and Meaning'

Invited lecture, at Moscow Institute of Foreiign Languages

01-Jan-2010 'The Place of Hamlet in Shakespearean Tragedy'

'The Place of Hamlet in Shakespearean Tragedy', London, Sovereign Education, Conway Hall

01-Jan-2010 'Women and the family economy in the popular literature of early modern England'

Lecture, 'Women and the family economy in the popular literature of early modern England', University of London Extra-Mural Literary Association

01-Jan-2010 ‘Macbeth and the Language of the Passions’

Seminar paper, International Shakespeare Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, August 2010

01-Jan-2010 '"The woman to the plow and the man to the hen-roost”: The Family Economy in Early Modern Popular Literature’

Keynote lecture for symposium ‘Early Modern Women, at Oxford Brookes University, June 19, 2010

01-Jan-2010 ‘Macbeth: The Background to the Play’

Lecture, Globe Education (Nancy Knowles Theatre), May 25, 2010

01-Jan-2010 ‘Some Aspects of the Language of Macbeth’

Lecture for conference ‘Language, Culture and Society in Russian/English Studies’, Senate House, July 21, 2010

01-Jan-2010 'International Conference, Language, culture and Society in Russian/English Studies'

Conference at the Institute of English Studies, 'International Conference, Language, culture and Society in Russian/English Studies', Chairman of sessions

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