Issue 15 (2017)

Issue 15 (2017)

Shakespeare Reformed – Shakespearean Reformations

Introduction Lukas Lammers and Kirsten Sandrock
‘But wherefore could I not pronounce Amen?’: Witchcraft, Calvin, and Macbeth’s Theology Stephanie Collins 3
‘Mock not Flesh and Blood’: Reformed Kingship in Richard II Harvey Wiltshire 14
Reformation and Transformation: On Religion, Politics, and Economics in King John  Eike Kronshage 27
Reforming Elizabeth: Shakespeare’s King Henry VIII as Heritage Work Jennifer Kraemer 43
“Holy Palmers’ Kiss”: Affective Iconography in Romeo and Juliet Jonas Kellermann 53
“Reformed altogether”? – Reformations of Mimesis in William Shakespeare’s and Thomas Ostermeier’s Hamlet Elisa Leroy 66
Call for Statements – Shakespeare Seminar der Shakespeare-Tage 2018 86

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