Themed Articles: 'Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments'
From Volume 2 onwards, Ceræ will be publishing articles on a rolling basis. New articles will be uploaded as they become available.
Table of Contents
|‘Nonsence is Rebellion’: John Taylor’s Nonsence upon Sence, or Sence, upon Nonsence (1651–1654) and the English Civil War|
|When Dylan met the Bard: Translating Hamlet from text to screen (sound): Michael Almereyda’s Hamlet|
|For ‘Physitians of the Soule’: The roles of ‘flight’ and ‘hatred of abomination’ in Thomas Wright’s The Passions of the Minde in Generall|
|The Andreios Eunuch-Commander Narses: Sign of a Decoupling of Martial Virtues and Masculinity in the Early Byzantine Empire?|
|Michael Edward Stewart|
|Grotesque Encounters: Reading Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice along the Principles of the Sublime, Beautiful and Grotesque|
|A ‘Divellish’ Woman Discovered: The Witch of Newbury, 1643|
|Sheilagh Ilona O'Brien|
|‘For musike meueþ affecciouns’: Interpreting Harp Performance in Medieval Romance||Video 1 Video 2 Video 3 Video 4 PDF|
|Review: Brepola Periodica and Miscellanea Online|
|Ruth M. Oldman|
|Review: Small-Screen Shakespeare|
|Review: The Books and the Life of Judith of Flanders|
|Review: Sexual Culture in the Literature of Medieval Britain|
|Review: Middle English Texts in Transition: A Festschrift dedicated to Toshiyuki Takamiya on his 70th birthday|
|Review: Before Orientalism: Asian Peoples and Cultures in European Travel Writing, 1245-1510|
All articles and reviews published by Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies are published under a CC BY-NC-ND license, unless otherwise specified.