Jonathan V. Crewe

Professor of English and Comparative Literature
Leon D. Black Professor in Shakespearean Studies

603-286-0315
206 Sanborn
HB 6032
Department:
Comparative Literature
English
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Education:
M.A. University of Natal
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley

Selected Publications

“Disorderly Love: Sodomy Revisited in Marlowe’s Edward II,” Criticism , 51, 3 (Summer 2010): 385-399

“Elegy in Drama, 1590-1640,” The Oxford Handbook of Eleg y, ed. Karen Weisman (New York: Oxford University Press, 2010): 518-23

“Believing the Impossible: Aethiopika as Critical Romance”, Modern Philology , 104:6 (2009) 601-16.

“Drawn in Color: Aethiopkia in European Painting,” Word and Image , 25:2 (2009) 129-42.

“Can Polemic Be Ethical? A Response to Michel Foucault”in Polemic: Critical or Uncritical, Essays from the English Institute , J Gallop (ed.), (2004), 135-152.

The Complete Pelican Shakespeare , contributing editor with introductions of“Coriolanus,”“Narrative Poems,”“Twelfth Night,”“Measure for Measure,”“Troilus and Cressida,”and“Henry VIII,”(2002).

Acts of Memory: Cultural Recall in the Present , edited with M Bal and L Spitzer, (1999).

"Reading Horatio," Shakespeare Quarterly, 62,2 (Summer, 2011): 271-278.

"Christ's Teares and the Jews" (forthcoming in The Age of Nashe, ed. Joan Pong Linton, Stephen Guy-Bray, and Steve Mentz).

 “Reclaiming Character?” Shakespeare Studies, xxxiv (2006): 35-41.

"What Does Matter Want? Irigaray, Plotinus, and the Human Condition," Luce Irigaray and Premodern Culture: Thresholds of History, ed. Elizabeth Harvey and Theresa Krier (New York: Routledge, 2005): 38-52.

"2 Henry IV," New Approaches to Shakespeare's Works, ed. Richard Dutton and Jean Howard (Oxford: Blackwell's, 2003): 432-50.

"Black Hamlet: Psychoanalysis on Trial in South Africa," Poetics Today 22 (Summer 2001): 413-33. [MLA prize for best special-issue journal of 2001].

"Punctuating Shakespeare," Shakespeare Studies, 28 (2000): 23-41.

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Works in Progress

Shakespeare in the Literary History of Sexuality