Θέματα στην Πρώιμη Σύγχρονη Λογοτεχνία και Κουλτούρα

Πληροφορίες Μαθήματος
ΤίτλοςΘέματα στην Πρώιμη Σύγχρονη Λογοτεχνία και Κουλτούρα / Topics in Early Modrrn Literature and Culture
ΚωδικόςΛογ 516
ΣχολήΦιλοσοφική
ΤμήμαΑγγλικής Γλώσσας και Φιλολογίας
Κύκλος / Επίπεδο2ος / Μεταπτυχιακό
Περίοδος ΔιδασκαλίαςΧειμερινή/Εαρινή
ΚοινόΌχι
ΚατάστασηΕνεργό
Course ID600015362

Πρόγραμμα Σπουδών: ΠΜΣ Αγγλικές και Αμερικανικές Σπουδές

Εγγεγραμμένοι φοιτητές: 15
ΚατεύθυνσηΤύπος ΠαρακολούθησηςΕξάμηνοΈτοςECTS
ΚΟΡΜΟΣΕπιλογήςΧειμερινό/Εαρινό-15

Πληροφορίες Τάξης
ΤίτλοςΘέματα στην Πρώιμη Σύγχρονη Λογοτεχνία και Κουλτούρα
Ακαδημαϊκό Έτος2019 – 2020
Περίοδος ΤάξηςΧειμερινή
Διδάσκοντες μέλη ΔΕΠ
Ώρες Εβδομαδιαία3
Ώρες Συνολικά39
Class ID
600155281
Τύπος Μαθήματος
  • Επιστημονικής Περιοχής
Κατηγορία Μαθήματος
Εμβάθυνσης / Εμπέδωσης Γνώσεων
Τρόπος Παράδοσης
  • Πρόσωπο με πρόσωπο
Ηλεκτρονική Διάθεση Μαθήματος
Γλώσσα Διδασκαλίας
  • Αγγλικά (Διδασκαλία, Εξέταση)
Προαπαιτήσεις
Γενικές Προαπαιτήσεις
Άριστη γνώση και χρήση της αγγλικής (γραπτά και προφορικά)
Γενικές Ικανότητες
  • Εφαρμογή της γνώσης στην πράξη
  • Αναζήτηση, ανάλυση και σύνθεση δεδομένων και πληροφοριών, με τη χρήση και των απαραίτητων τεχνολογιών
  • Λήψη αποφάσεων
  • Αυτόνομη εργασία
  • Εργασία σε διεθνές περιβάλλον
  • Εργασία σε διεπιστημονικό περιβάλλον
  • Παραγωγή νέων ερευνητικών ιδεών
  • Σεβασμός στη διαφορετικότητα και στην πολυπολιτισμικότητα
  • Επίδειξη κοινωνικής, επαγγελματικής και ηθικής υπευθυνότητας και ευαισθησίας σε θέματα φύλου
  • Άσκηση κριτικής και αυτοκριτικής
  • Προαγωγή της ελεύθερης, δημιουργικής και επαγωγικής σκέψης
Περιεχόμενο Μαθήματος
Lit 516 Θέματα στην Πρώιμη Σύγχρονη Λογοτεχνία και Κουλτούρα: Έρωτας, Πολιτική και ο Εαυτός στην Αγγλική Λογοτεχνία του Δέκατου έκτου και Δέκατου έβδομου αιώνα. COURSE SYLLABUS 1st Week: Introduction to the Renaissance and the history of the 16th and 17th centuries Required Reading Brotton, Jerry. “Introduction.” The Renaissance: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, 2006. 1-18. Suggested Reading Aughterson, Kate, ed. “Chronology 1530-1662.” The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Routledge, 2002. 556-586. (on reserve) Sharpe, J. A. “Politics and Society, 1550-1653.” Early Modern England: A Social History 1550-1760. Arnold, 1997. 3-31. (elearning) Τίνα Κροντήρη. Ο Σαίξπηρ, η Αναγέννηση κι Εμείς. University Studio Press, 2002. Chapters 7-11, pp. 125-204. (elearning and on reserve) 2nd Week: Society, Family, Religion Required Reading Wrightson, Keith. English Society 1580-1680. Rutgers University Press, 1988. 66-118. (Chapters 3 and 4--on families, parents, children etc.) Aughterson, Kate. “Religion: Introduction.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 9-13. ---, ed. “The Book of Common Prayer” [excerpts]. In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Routledge, 2002. 19-22. ---, ed. “Of predestination and election.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Routledge, 2002. 32. Aughterson, Kate, ed. “Elizabeth Tudor: Speeches to Parliament.” [“On Marriage”] In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Routledge, 2002. 100-102. ---, ed. “C. Pyrrye, The Praise and Dispraise of Women.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 428-429. ---, ed. “Vives, The Office and Duty of an Husband.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 433 (only the final paragraph). ---, ed. “An Homily of the State of Matrimony.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 435-439. ---, ed. “Dod and Cleaver, A Godly Form of Household Government.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 449-450. ---, ed. “William Gouge, Of Domestical Duties.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 466-469. Underdown, D. E. “The Taming of the Scold: The Enforcement of Patriarchal Authority in Early Modern England.” In Order and Disorder in Early Modern England. Eds. Anthony Fletcher and John Stevenson. Cambridge University Press, 1985. 116-136. Case Study Investigate the case of Anne Askew. Start with Women Writers in Renaissance England, ed. Randall Martin (Longman, 1997), 58-60, and then do your own research about her. Your research should also include the torture of “racking.” Suggested Reading Collinson, Patrick. “English Reformations.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 396-418. (elearning) Hiscock, Andrew and Helen Wilcox, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern English Literature and Religion. Oxford handbooks online, 2017. A very useful volume to consult on the relevant topic. (online access) 3rd Week: Humanism and Politics Required Reading Burrow, Colin. “The Sixteenth Century.” In The Cambridge Companion to English Literature 1500-1600. Ed. Arthur Kinney. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 11-28. Greenblatt, Stephen. Renaissance Self-Fashioning: From More to Shakespeare. The University of Chicago Press, 1984. 1-11, 255-259. (Introduction, Epilogue, Notes) Crane, Mary Thomas. “Early Tudor Humanism.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 91-105. Brink, Jean R. “Literacy and Education.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 27-37. Aughterson, Kate. “Education: Introduction.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 215-218. ---, ed. “Thomas Elyot, The Governor.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 219-225. ---, ed. “Thomas Becon, The Catechism.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 226-229. ---, ed. “Richard Mulcaster, Positions.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 235-239. ---., ed. “Helkiah Crooke, Microcosmographia. In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 383-387. Aughterson, Kate. “Politics: Introduction.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Routledge, 2002. 81-84. Aughterson, Kate, ed. “Nicholas Machiavelli, The Prince.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 104-107. ---, ed. “James Stuart, Speech to Parliament.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 121-122. From An Homily against Disobedience and Willful Rebellion (1570). In Macbeth: Texts and Contexts. Ed.William C. Carroll. Bedford/St. Martin’s, 1999. 238-241. Case Study Sir Thomas More (ideology, career, writings, death of) Suggested Reading Greenblatt, Stephen. “At the Table of the Great: More’s Self-Fashioning and Self-Cancellation.” Renaissance Self-Fashioning: From More to Shakespeare. The University of Chicago Press, 1984. 11-73. Brown, Richard Danson. “From Burckhardt to Greenblatt: New Historicisms and Old.” In The Renaissance in Europe: A Reader. Ed. Keith Whitlock. Yale University Press, 2000. 4-11. 4th Week: Authorship, Wyatt, Surrey Required Reading Sir Thomas Wyatt the elder. Select poems of in The Norton Anthology, 9th ed. 646-661. Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey. Select poems in The Norton Anthology, 9th ed. 661-670. Dubrow, Heather. “Lyric Forms.” In The Cambridge Companion to English Literature 1500-1600. Ed. Arthur Kinney. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 178-199. Malcolmson, Cristina. “Introduction.” In Renaissance Poetry. Ed. Cristina Malcolmson. Longman, 1998. 1-27 (esp. 1-19). Muir, Kenneth. “Introduction.” In Collected Poems of Sir Thomas Wyatt. Ed. Kenneth Muir. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1963". ix-xxx. Braden, Gordon. “Petrarchism and Its Counterdiscourses: The Sonnet Tradition from Wyatt to Milton.” In A Companion to Renaissance Poetry. Ed Catherine Bates. Wiley-Blackwell, 2018. 250-261. Falconer, Rachel. “Wyatt’s `Who so list to hunt’.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 278-287. Greenblatt, Stephen. “Power, Sexuality, and Inwardness in Wyatt’s Poetry.” Renaissance Self-Fashioning: From More to Shakespeare. The University of Chicago Press, 1984. 115-156, 276-283 (notes). Bates, Catherine. “Poetry, Patronage, and the Court.” In The Cambridge Companion to English Literature 1500-1600. Ed. Arthur Kinney. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 90-103. Suggested Reading O’ Callaghan, Michelle. “Publication: Print and Manuscript.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 160-176. (elearning) Henderson, Diana E. “Love Poetry.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 249-263. (elearning) Stamatakis, Chris. “Wyatt and Surrey: Songs and Sonnets.” In A Companion to Renaissance Poetry. Ed Catherine Bates. Wiley-Blackwell, 2018. 262-275. (elearning) Perry, Curtis. “Court and Coterie Culture.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 304-319. (elearning) May, Steven W., and Arthur F. Marotti. “Manuscript Culture : Circulation and Transmission.” In A Companion to Renaissance Poetry. Ed Catherine Bates. Wiley-Blackwell, 2018. 78-102. (elearning) Crewe, Jonathan V. Trials of Authorship: Anterior Forms and Poetic Reconstruction from Wyatt to Shakespeare. University of California Press, 1990. (on reserve) 5th Week: Sidney, Spenser, Wroth Required Reading Wroth, Mary. From Pamphilia to Amphilanthus. In The Norton Anthology. 9th ed. 1560-1561, 1566-1571. (Sonnets 1, 16, 25, 28, 39, 40, 64, 68, 74, 77, 103). Krontiris, Tina. “Mary Wroth: Blaming Tyrannical Fathers and Inconstant Lovers.” Oppositional Voices: Women as Writers and Translators of Literature in the English Renaissance. Routledge, 1992. 121-140. Bolam, Robyn. “The Heart of the Labyrinth: Mary Wroth’s Pamphilia to Amphilanthus.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 288-298. Miller, Naomi J. “Rewriting Lyric Fictions: The Role of the Lady in Lady Mary Wroth’s Pamphilia to Amphilanthus. In The Renaissance Englishwoman in Print: Counterbalancing the Canon. Eds. Anne M. Haselkorn and Betty S. Travitsky. The University of Massachusetts Press, 1990. 295-311. Moore, Mary B. “The Labyrinth of Style: Lady Mary Wroth and the Idea of Petrarchism.” In Desiring Voices: Women Sonneteers and Petrarchism. Southern Illinois University Press, 2000. 125-150, 260-264 (notes). Howard, Jean E. “Was There a Renaissance Feminism?” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 492-501. Fienberg, Nona. “Mary Wroth and the Invention of Female Poetic Subjectivity.” In Reading Mary Wroth: Representing Alternatives in Early Modern England. Eds. Naomi J. Miller and Gary Waller. The University of Tenessee Press, 1991. 175-190. Suggested Reading Masten, Jeff. “`Shall I turne blabb?’ Circulation, Gender, and Subjectivity in Mary Wroth’s Sonnets.” In Reading Mary Wroth: Representing Alternatives in Early Modern England. Eds. Naomi J. Miller and Gary Waller. The University of Tenessee Press, 1991. 67-87. (on reserve) McCoy, Richard C. “Astrophil and Stella: `All Selfnesse He Forbeares’.” In Renaissance Poetry. Ed. Cristina Malcolmson. Longman, 1998. 122-152. (on reserve) Krontiris, Tina. “Culture, Change, and Women’s Responses.” Oppositional Voices: Women as Writers and Translators of Literature in the English Renaissance. Routledge, 1992. 1-26. (on reserve) Hannay, Margaret P. Mary Sidney, Lady Wroth. Ashgate, 2010. (on reserve) 6th: Shakespeare’s Richard II. The Elizabethan Theatre, Absolute Monarchy Required Reading Hattaway, Michael. “Playhouses, Performances, and the Role of Drama.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 42-59. Κροντήρη, Τίνα. Ο Σαίξπηρ, η Αναγέννηση κι Εμείς. University Studio Press, 2002. 13-25, 221-230. (Σαίξπηρ, Θέατρο, Ερμηνευτικές Προσεγγίσεις). Daly, James. “The Idea of Absolute Monarchy in Seventeenth Century England.” Historical Journal 21 (1978): 227-250. (elearning) Clare, Janet. “The Censorship of the Deposition Scene in Richard II.” The Review of English Studies 41: 161 (1990): 89-94. Cohen, Derek. “History and the Nation in Richard II and Henry IV.” Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 42: 2 (2002): 293-315. [Read only 293-302, on Richard II, and the final paragraph of the article] Philips, James. “The Practicalities of the Absolute: Justice and Kingship in Shakespeare’s Richard II.” ELH 79: 1 (2012): 161-177 Suggested Reading Clegg, Cyndia Susan. “`By the Choice and Inuitation of al the Realme’: Richard II and Elizabethan Press Censorship.” Shakespeare Quarterly 48:4 (1997): 432-448. (elearning) Hamilton, Donna B. “The State of Law in Richard II.” Shakespeare Quarterly 34: 1 (1983): 5-17. (elearning) Rackin, Phyllis. “The Role of the Audience in Shakespeare’s Richard II.” Shakespeare Quarterly 36: 3 (1985): 262-281. 7th Week: Richard II continued. Charles I and the Crisis of Monarchy Required Reading On the trial and execution of Charles I, see The Norton Anthology, 9th ed., 1834-1841. Aughterson, Kate, ed. “Charles Stuart, His Majesty’s Reasons Against the Pretended Jurisdiction of the High Court.” In The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Ed. Kate Aughterson. Routledge, 2002. 133-135. Kastan, David Scott. “Proud Majesty Made a Subject: Shakespeare and the Spectacle of Rule.” Shakespeare Quarterly 37: 4 (1986): 459-475. Maguire, Nancy Klein. “The Theatrical Mask/Masque of Politics: The Case of Charles I.” Journal of British Studies 28: 1 (1989): 1-22. Suggested Reading Marvell, Andrew. “An Horatian Ode: Upon Cromwell’s Return from Ireland.” The Norton Anthology, 9th ed. 1806-1811. Norbrook, David. “Marvell’s `Horatian Ode’ and the Politics of Genre.” In Renaissance Poetry. Ed. Cristina Malcolmson. Longman, 1998. 249-271. (on reserve) 8th Week: Shakespeare’s Macbeth: Masculinity, Kingship Required Reading Sinfield, Alan. “Introduction.” Macbeth: Contemporary Critical Essays. Ed. Alan Sinfield. Macmillan, 1992. 1-13. French, Marilyn. “Macbeth and Masculine Values.” In Macbeth: Contemporary Critical Essays. Ed. Alan Sinfield. Macmillan, 1992. 14-24. Carroll, William C., ed. “The Jacobean Theory of Kingship.” Macbeth: Texts and Contexts. Bedford/St. Martin’s, 1999. 206-213. (211-213 are an excerpt from James’s Basilikon Doron). From Robert Filmer’s, Patriarcha: Or The Natural Power of Kings (c. 1630). In Macbeth: Texts and Contexts. Ed.William C. Carroll. Bedford/St. Martin’s, 1999. 220-222. Carroll, William C., ed. “Royal Charisma and the King’s Touch.” Macbeth: Texts and Contexts. Bedford/St. Martin’s, 1999. 222-226. Kirsch, Arthur. “Macbeth’s Suicide.” ELH 51: 2 (1984): 269-296. Belsey, Catherine. “Subjectivity and Soliloquy.” In Macbeth: Contemporary Critical Essays. Ed. Alan Sinfield. Macmillan, 1992. 79-91. Suggested Reading Sinfield, Alan. “Macbeth: History, Ideology and Intellectuals.” Critical Quarterly 28 (1986): 63-77. (elearning) Κροντήρη, Τίνα. Μακμπέθ: Κριτικές Προσεγγίσεις. University Studio Press, 2001. 15-77. (on reserve). Mullaney, Steven. “Lying Like Truth: Riddle, Representation and Treason in Renaissance England.” ELH 47:1 (1980): 32-47. (download elearning) 9th Week: Macbeth continued: Women and Witchcraft Required Reading Carroll, William C., ed. “Witchcraft and Prophecy.” Macbeth: Texts and Contexts. Bedford/St. Martin’s, 1999. 300-307, 308-309 (“The Identity of Witches”). Sharpe, James. “The Debate on Witchcraft.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 513-522. Stallybrass, Peter. “Macbeth and Witchcraft.” In Macbeth: Contemporary Critical Essays. Ed. Alan Sinfield. Macmillan, 1992. 25-38. Freud, Sigmund. “The Character of Lady Macbeth.” In Macbeth: Contemporary Critical Essays. Ed. Alan Sinfield. Macmillan, 1992. 39-45. Eagleton, Terry. “`The witches are the heroines of the piece…’.” In Macbeth: Contemporary Critical Essays. Ed. Alan Sinfield. Macmillan, 1992. 46-52. Adelman, Janet. “`Born of woman’: Fantasies of Maternal Power in Macbeth.” In Macbeth: Contemporary Critical Essays. Ed. Alan Sinfield. Macmillan, 1992. 53-68. Chamberlain, Stephanie. “Fantasizing Infanticide: Lady Macbeth and the Murdering Mother in Early Modern England.” College Literature 32:3 (2005): 72-91. Suggested Reading Hester, Marianne. Lewd Women and Wicked Witches: A Study of the Dynamics of Male Domination. Routledge, 1992. 160-197, 212-213. (on reserve) Adelman, Janet. “Escaping the Matrix: The Construction of Masculinity in Macbeth and Coriolanus.” In Suffocating Mothers: Fantasies of Maternal Origin in Shakespeare’s Plays, Hamlet to The Tempest. Routledge, 1992. Only pp. 130-146 (on Macbeth). (on reserve) Beggins, Dennis. “Sexuality, Witchcraft and Violence in Macbeth.” Shakespeare Studies 8 (1975): 255-277. (elearning) 10th Week: Diaries Required Reading Otten, Charlotte F., ed. English Women’s Voices, 1540-1700. Florida International University ress, 1992. 310-321, 324-329, 330-346 (excerpts from the diaries and meditations of A. Harcourt, Elizabeth Mordaunt and Elizabeth Delaval). Excerpts from the Diary of Lady Margaret Hoby in Women Writers in Renaissance England. Ed. Randall Martin. Longman, 1997. 191-207. Excerpts from the diaries of Lady Anne Clifford in Women Writers in Renaissance England. Ed. Randall Martin. Longman, 1997. 245-275. Botonaki, Effie. Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen’s Autobiographical Writings: Disclosing Enclosures. The Edwin Mellen Press, 2004. 43-78 (chapter 1). Hodgkin, Kate. “Autobiographical Writings.” In The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern English Literature and Religion. Eds. Andrew Hiscock and Helen Wilcox. Oxford handbooks online, 2017. (elearning) Suggested Reading Botonaki, Effie. Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen’s Autobiographical Writings: Disclosing Enclosures. The Edwin Mellen Press, 2004. 79-123 (chapter 2). 11th Week: Autobiographies Required Reading Ostovich, Helen and Elizabeth Sauer, eds. Reading Early Modern Women: An Anthology of Texts in Manuscript and Print. Routledge, 2004. 241-243, 246, 258-261, 283-285. (introduction, excerpts from the autobiographies of Martha Moulsworth and Lucy Hutchinson). Cavendish, Margaret. Excerpts from True Relation in Graham, Elspeth, et al. eds. Her Own Life: Autobiographical Writings by Seventeenth Century Englishwomen. Eds. Elspeth Graham et al. Routledge, 1989. 87-100. Otten, Charlotte F., ed. English Women’s Voices, 1540-1700. Florida International University ress, 1992. 141-157, 158-167 (excerpts from the autobiographies of Lady Anne Halkett and Lady Mary Rich). Trill, Suzanne et al., eds. Lay By Your Needles Ladies, Take the Pen: Writing Women in England, 1500-1700. Arnold, 1997. 266-271 (excerpts from the autobiographies and meditations of Lady Anne Halkett). Hobby, Elaine. “Autobiographies and Biographies of Husbands.” Virtue of Necessity: English Women’s Writing 1649-88. Virago Press, 1988. 76-84. Botonaki, Effie. Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen’s Autobiographical Writings: Disclosing Enclosures. The Edwin Mellen Press, 2004. Chapter 4. Suggested Reading Botonaki, Effie. Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen’s Autobiographical Writings: Disclosing Enclosures. The Edwin Mellen Press, 2004. 125-149 (chapter 3). 12th Week: John Wilmot, Restoration, Libertinism Wilmot, John, Earl of Rochester. Select poems in the Norton Anthology, 9th ed., 2296-2307. The poems included are: “The Disabled Debauchee,” “The Imperfect Enjoyment,” “Upon Nothing,” and “A Satire against Reason and Mankind.” Research project: Look for and compile a list of secondary sources on Wilmot’s life and work. You can also use EEBO to find early modern sources. 13th Week: Conclusive Comments—The Renaissance and the 21st Century
Τύποι Εκπαιδευτικού Υλικού
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Χρήση Τεχνολογιών Πληροφορίας και Επικοινωνιών
Χρήση Τ.Π.Ε.
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Οργάνωση Μαθήματος
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Βιβλιογραφία
Επιπρόσθετη βιβλιογραφία για μελέτη
1st week Aughterson, Kate, ed. “Chronology 1530-1662.” The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Routledge, 2002. 556-586. (on reserve) Sharpe, J. A. “Politics and Society, 1550-1653.” Early Modern England: A Social History 1550-1760. Arnold, 1997. 3-31. (elearning) Τίνα Κροντήρη. Ο Σαίξπηρ, η Αναγέννηση κι Εμείς. University Studio Press, 2002. Chapters 7-11, pp. 125-204. (elearning and on reserve) 2nd Week Collinson, Patrick. “English Reformations.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 396-418. (elearning) Hiscock, Andrew and Helen Wilcox, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern English Literature and Religion. Oxford handbooks online, 2017. A very useful volume to consult on the relevant topic. (online access) 3rd Week: Greenblatt, Stephen. “At the Table of the Great: More’s Self-Fashioning and Self-Cancellation.” Renaissance Self-Fashioning: From More to Shakespeare. The University of Chicago Press, 1984. 11-73. Brown, Richard Danson. “From Burckhardt to Greenblatt: New Historicisms and Old.” In The Renaissance in Europe: A Reader. Ed. Keith Whitlock. Yale University Press, 2000. 4-11. 4th Week: O’ Callaghan, Michelle. “Publication: Print and Manuscript.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 160-176. (elearning) Henderson, Diana E. “Love Poetry.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 249-263. (elearning) Stamatakis, Chris. “Wyatt and Surrey: Songs and Sonnets.” In A Companion to Renaissance Poetry. Ed Catherine Bates. Wiley-Blackwell, 2018. 262-275. (elearning) Perry, Curtis. “Court and Coterie Culture.” In A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 304-319. (elearning) May, Steven W., and Arthur F. Marotti. “Manuscript Culture : Circulation and Transmission.” In A Companion to Renaissance Poetry. Ed Catherine Bates. Wiley-Blackwell, 2018. 78-102. (elearning) Crewe, Jonathan V. Trials of Authorship: Anterior Forms and Poetic Reconstruction from Wyatt to Shakespeare. University of California Press, 1990. (on reserve) 5th Week: Masten, Jeff. “`Shall I turne blabb?’ Circulation, Gender, and Subjectivity in Mary Wroth’s Sonnets.” In Reading Mary Wroth: Representing Alternatives in Early Modern England. Eds. Naomi J. Miller and Gary Waller. The University of Tenessee Press, 1991. 67-87. (on reserve) McCoy, Richard C. “Astrophil and Stella: `All Selfnesse He Forbeares’.” In Renaissance Poetry. Ed. Cristina Malcolmson. Longman, 1998. 122-152. (on reserve) Krontiris, Tina. “Culture, Change, and Women’s Responses.” Oppositional Voices: Women as Writers and Translators of Literature in the English Renaissance. Routledge, 1992. 1-26. (on reserve) Hannay, Margaret P. Mary Sidney, Lady Wroth. Ashgate, 2010. (on reserve) 6th week Clegg, Cyndia Susan. “`By the Choice and Inuitation of al the Realme’: Richard II and Elizabethan Press Censorship.” Shakespeare Quarterly 48:4 (1997): 432-448. (elearning) Hamilton, Donna B. “The State of Law in Richard II.” Shakespeare Quarterly 34: 1 (1983): 5-17. (elearning) Rackin, Phyllis. “The Role of the Audience in Shakespeare’s Richard II.” Shakespeare Quarterly 36: 3 (1985): 262-281. 7th Week: Marvell, Andrew. “An Horatian Ode: Upon Cromwell’s Return from Ireland.” The Norton Anthology, 9th ed. 1806-1811. Norbrook, David. “Marvell’s `Horatian Ode’ and the Politics of Genre.” In Renaissance Poetry. Ed. Cristina Malcolmson. Longman, 1998. 249-271. (on reserve) 8th Week: Sinfield, Alan. “Macbeth: History, Ideology and Intellectuals.” Critical Quarterly 28 (1986): 63-77. (elearning) Κροντήρη, Τίνα. Μακμπέθ: Κριτικές Προσεγγίσεις. University Studio Press, 2001. 15-77. (on reserve). Mullaney, Steven. “Lying Like Truth: Riddle, Representation and Treason in Renaissance England.” ELH 47:1 (1980): 32-47. (download elearning) 9th Week: Hester, Marianne. Lewd Women and Wicked Witches: A Study of the Dynamics of Male Domination. Routledge, 1992. 160-197, 212-213. (on reserve) Adelman, Janet. “Escaping the Matrix: The Construction of Masculinity in Macbeth and Coriolanus.” In Suffocating Mothers: Fantasies of Maternal Origin in Shakespeare’s Plays, Hamlet to The Tempest. Routledge, 1992. Only pp. 130-146 (on Macbeth). (on reserve) Beggins, Dennis. “Sexuality, Witchcraft and Violence in Macbeth.” Shakespeare Studies 8 (1975): 255-277. (elearning) 10th Week: Botonaki, Effie. Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen’s Autobiographical Writings: Disclosing Enclosures. The Edwin Mellen Press, 2004. 79-123 (chapter 2). 11th Week: Botonaki, Effie. Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen’s Autobiographical Writings: Disclosing Enclosures. The Edwin Mellen Press, 2004. 125-149 (chapter 3). 12th Week: Wilmot, John, Earl of Rochester. Select poems in the Norton Anthology, 9th ed., 2296-2307. The poems included are: “The Disabled Debauchee,” “The Imperfect Enjoyment,” “Upon Nothing,” and “A Satire against Reason and Mankind.” BOOKS ON RESERVE (in the Departmental library) Adelman, Janet. Suffocating Mothers: Fantasies of Maternal Origin in Shakespeare’s Plays, Hamlet to the Tempest. Routledge, 1992. PR 3065 A37 1991 Aughterson, Kate, ed. The Renaissance: An Anthology of Sources and Documents. Routledge, 2002. DA 310 R46 2002 Botonaki, Effie. Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen’s Autobiographical Writings: Disclosing Enclosures. The Edwin Mellen Press, 2004. PR756 A9 B67 2004 Brotton, Jerry. “Introduction.” In The Renaissance: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford University Press, 2006. CB 361 B73 2006 Carroll, William C., ed. Macbeth: Texts and Contexts. Bedford/St. Martin’s, 1999. PR 2823 A2 C37 1999. Crewe, Jonathan V. Trials of Authorship: Anterior Forms and Poetic Reconstruction from Wyatt to Shakespeare. University of California Press, 1990. PR 421 C74 1990. Graham, Elspeth, et al. eds. Her Own Life: Autobiographical Writings by Seventeenth Century Englishwomen. Routledge, 1989. PR 1127 H38 1989 Greenblatt, Stephen. Renaissance Self-Fashioning: From More to Shakespeare. The University of Chicago Press, 1984. PR429 S45G7 1980 Hannay, Margaret P. Mary Sidney, Lady Wroth. Ashgate, 2010. PR 2399 W7 Z7 Hester, Marianne. Lewd Women and Wicked Witches: A Study of the Dynamics of Male Domination. Routledge, 1992. HQ 28 H47 1992 Kinney, Arthur, ed. The Cambridge Companion to English Literature 1500-1600. Cambridge University Press, 2004. PR 413 C29 2004 Krontiris, Tina. Oppositional Voices: Women as Writers and Translators of Literature in the English Renaissance. Routledge, 1992. PR 113 K7 1992 Malcolmson, Cristina. “Introduction.” In Renaissance Poetry. Ed. Cristina Malcolmson. Longman, 1998. PR533 R46 1998 Miller, Naomi J., and Gary Walker, eds. Reading Mary Wroth: Representing Alternatives in Early Modern England. The University of Tenessee Press, 1991. PR 2399 W7 Z84 Moore, Mary B. “The Labyrinth of Style: Lady Mary Wroth and the Idea of Petrarchism.” In Desiring Voices: Women Sonneteers and Petrarchism. Southern Illinois University Press, 2000. PN 1514 M58 2000 Muir, Kenneth, ed. Collected Poems of Sir Thomas Wyatt. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1963. PR 2400 A5 M8 1949 Ostovich, Helen and Elizabeth Sauer, eds. Reading Early Modern Women: An Anthology of Texts in Manuscrpt and Print, 1550-1700. Routledge, 2004. PR 1110 W6 R43 2004 Otten, Charlotte F., ed. English Women’s Voices, 1540-1700. Florida International University Press, 1992. PR 1110 W6 E54 1992 Trill, Suzanne et al., eds. Lay By Your Needles Ladies, Take the Pen: Writing Women in England, 1500-1700. Arnold, 1997. PR 1110 W6 L39 1997 Whitlock, Weith, ed. The Renaissance in Europe: A Reader. Yale University Press, 2000. CB 361 R386 2000 Wrightson, Keith. English Society 1580-1680. Rutgers University Press, 1988. HN 398 E5 W74 1988 Κροντήρη, Τίνα. Ο Σαίξπηρ, η Αναγέννηση κι Εμείς. University Studio Press, 2002. PR2900 K7 2002. ---. Μακμπέθ: Κριτικές Προσεγγίσεις. University Studio Press, 2001. PR 2823 K76 2001 ELECTRONIC SOURCES Bates, Catherine, ed. A Companion to Renaissance Poetry. Wiley-Blackwell, 2018. Electronic book available online. Hattaway, Michael, ed. A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Willey-Blackwell Pubilshing, 2010. Electronic book available online. A printed copy of the older version of the above book is held in our library (PR 411. C66 2003). The page numbers of the chapters are different from those in the electronic edition. Hiscock, Andrew and Helen Wilcox, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern English Literature and Religion. Oxford handbooks online, 2017. A very useful volume to consult on the relevant topic.
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