The Global Shakespeares series, edited by Alexa Alice Joubin, explores the global afterlife of Shakespearean drama, poetry and motifs in their literary, performative and digital forms of expression in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Disseminating big ideas and cutting-edge research in e-book and print formats, this series captures global Shakespeares as they evolve.
Published titles include studies of Shakespeare and Australian open-air performances, Cold War Europe, the Arabian Peninsula, South Africa, Cuba, onscreen allusions, and other pertinent topics.
Mark Thornton Burnett, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
Peter Donaldson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Mark Houlahan, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Douglas Lanier, University of New Hampshire, USA
Dennis Kennedy, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Sandra Young, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Margaret Litvin, Boston University, USA
Ryuta Minami, Tokyo Keizai University, Japan
Alfredo Michel Modenessi, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico
Ayanna Thompson, Arizona State University, USA
Poonam Trivedi, Indraprastha College, University of Delhi, India