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Stuart John Sillars

Professor, Engelsk litteratur
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    5020 Bergen

Stuart Sillars has been Professor of English Literature at Bergen since 1999, having previously been a member of the Faculty of English at the University of Cambridge. His research has mainly focussed on the relations between literature and the visual arts, on which he has written and lectured extensively. His earlier publications were on literature and art during the two world wars, and illustration in the novel, but he has also written on the contention between modernism and tradition in the early twentieth century. He now works largely in the area of Shakespeare and the visual arts, in particular the exchange of concept and technique between theatre, illustration and painting, as well as Shakespeare and the idea of character in the early modern theatre. His teaching in Bergen involves all areas, from first year survey courses to doctoral supervision, and he also travels extensively to lecture and teach throughout Europe and the USA. From 2011 to 2013 he was Professor II at the University of Agder.

Professor Sillars is joint general editor of Early Modern Culture Online, associate editor of Cahiers elisabethains, and editorial board member of The Nordic Journal of English Studies; American, British and Canadian Studies (Romania); Oasis (New Delhi); and Countertext (Malta). He is on the editorial board of The Greenwood Shakespeare Encyclopedia, for which he is also illustrations editor.

He is a member of the Norwegian Academy of Arts and Sciences; a Visiting Fellow of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge; and an Honoraray Research Fellow of the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham

 

 

 

 

 

Teaching ranges across periods and levels, from the 100-level survey course to doctoral supervision.

Courses at 200 level have included work on Shakespeare and Modernism, and at 300 level the early Twentieth-century English novel, Shakespeare and the visual sense, Shakespeare and the Victorians, metaphysical poetry, and the long eighteenth century.

MA theses supervised have included topics from a wide diversity of genres and periods, from Chaucer through seventeenth-century poetry and Shakespeare to recent and contemporary film adaptations.

I am always happy to discuss ideas for Master's theses that discuss aspects of English writing from all periods, with a particular interest in those that combine literature with the visual arts or music.

Doctoral thesis supervision has covered the poetry of Paul Muldoon, the teaching of English poetry in Norwegian schools, African tragedic theatre and the poetry of Ezra Pound, and aspects of Shakespeare's plays in visual form.

 

Bøker
  • Smith, Bruce R; Sillars, Stuart. 2016. The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare. Cambridge University Press. 2032 sider. ISBN: 9781107057258.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2015. Shakespeare and the Visual Imagination. Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 9781107029958.
  • Desai, Rupin; Sillars, Stuart. 2014. Shakespeare the Man. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 278 sider. ISBN: 9781611476750.
  • Bishop, Tom; Huang, Alexander, C. Y.; Sillars, Stuart. 2013. The Shakespearean International Yearbook : Special Section, Macbeth. Ashgate. 282 sider. ISBN: 978-1-4724-1253-9.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. The Illustrated Shakespeare. Cambridge University Press. 394 sider. ISBN: 9781107330696.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Shakespeare International yearbook. Ashgate. 271 sider. ISBN: 9781472412539.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Shakespeare and the Victorians. Oxford University Press. 216 sider. ISBN: 9780199668076.
  • Sillars, Stuart; Dipio, Dominica. 2013. Performing Wisdom: Proverbial Lore in Modern Ugangan Society. Rodopi. 392 sider. ISBN: 978-90-420-3811-0.
  • Sillars, Stuart; Dipio, Dominica. 2012. Traditional Wisdom: Folktales from Uganda. 268 sider. ISBN: 9789966706959.
  • Dahiya, Bhim; Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Scholars in Shakespeare; A Postmodern Scrutiny. 224 sider. ISBN: 9788192013435.
  • Occhiogrosso, Frank; Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Shakespeare Closely Read: Written and Performance Texts. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 158 sider. ISBN: 9781611470147.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Shakespeare, Time and the Victorians: A Pictorial Exploration. Cambridge University Press. 360 sider. ISBN: 978-0-521-50969-5.
  • Tosi, Laura; Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Visions of Venice in Shakespeare. Ashgate. 260 sider. ISBN: 9781409405474.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2010. Extending the Book: the Art of Extra-Illustration. University of Washington Press. 24 sider. ISBN: 978-0-295-99023-1.
  • Johannessen, Lene M; Sillars, Stuart; Dipio, Dominica. 2009. Performing Change: Identity, Ownership and Tradition in Ugandan Oral Culture. Novus Forlag. 230 sider. ISBN: 978-82-7099-552-3.
  • Johannessen, Lene M; Sillars, Stuart John; Dipio, Dominica. 2008. Performing Community. Novus Forlag. 275 sider. ISBN: 9788270994991.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2008. The Illustrated Shakespeare, 1709-1875. Cambridge University Press. 416 sider. ISBN: 978-0-521-87837-1.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2007. Fields of Agony: British Poetry of the First World War. 89 sider. ISBN: 978-1-84760-027-1.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2006. Painting Shakespeare: The Artist as Critic, 1720-1820. Cambridge University Press. 356 sider. ISBN: 0-521-85308-7.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 1999. Structure and Dissolution in English Writing 1910-1920. Routledge. 220 sider.
Tidsskriftartikler
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2016. Remembering Shakespeare. The Use of English. 47-53.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2016. Stuart Sillars on the Visual inShakespeare. fifteen eighty four.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2015. 'Afterword: Page and Stage, Pasts and Presents'. Early Modern Culture Online. 6. 71-76.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2015. 'Shakespeare in Colour: Illustrated Editions, 1908-14'. Yearbook of English Studies. 45: 216-238.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2015. '"Louder, the Music there!": Meaning, Rhythm and Effect in Shakespeare's Language'. Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen. 252: 43-54.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2014. The Horror to Come. Around the Globe. 56. 26-26.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Defining Spaces in Eighteenth-Century Shakespeare Illustration. Shakespeare. doi: 10.1080/17450918.2013.869247
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Defining spaces in eighteenth-century Shakespeare illustration. Shakespeare Quarterly. 9: 149-167. doi: 10.1080/17450918.2013.784713
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Vorticist Shakespeare: Wyndham Lewis's "Timon of Athens" Portfolio. Around the Globe. 55. 36-36.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Desolation and Distress: William Dyce's 'Henry VI at Towton'. Around the Globe. 53. 36-36.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Strange Nativity: Hogarth's 'Scene from "The tempest"'. Around the Globe. 54. 31-31.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2012. Deceitful truth: Hogarth's Richard III. Around the Globe. 52. 39-39.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2012. Through a glass darkly: Charles Knight's Twelfth Night. Around the Globe. 51. 30-30.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2012. A Midsummer Night's Dream in Illustrated Editions, 1838-1918. Shakespeare Survey (Cambridge). 65: 92-109.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2012. En Midsommernatts Drøm, Bergen Festival 5 June 2012. Cahiers Élisabéthains. 82. 51-53.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2012. The Library and Archive Collection of the University of Aberdeen. Cahiers Élisabéthains. 81. 82-84.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2012. The new Machiavel: Henry Fuseli's Henry V. Around the Globe. 50. 25-25.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2012. Shakespeare and the medieval world [review of three books]. Shakespeare. 8: 470-474. doi: 10.1080/17450918.2012.705885
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2012. Labor's lost: women's work and the early modern English stage. Shakespeare Quarterly. 8: 470-474.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2012. Shakespeare and the medieval world. Shakespeare Quarterly. 8: 470-474.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2012. Shakespeare and the Middle Ages. Shakespeare Quarterly. 8: 470-474.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Prince of Suspense: Daniel Maclise's painting of Hamlet. Around the Globe. 47. 2 sider.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Prince of Suspense. Around the Globe. 47. 32-33.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Let's talk of epitaphs: Hubert Gravelot and Much Ado about Nothing. Around the Globe. 49. 2 sider.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Quite Fabulous - John Dicks' Shakespeare. Around the Globe. 48. 2 sider.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2010. Review of Mcmullan, Gordon: 'Shakespeare and the Idea of Late Writing' (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007). English Studies: A Journal of English Language. 91: 226-228.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2010. Review of Christine Dymkowski and Christie carson, ed. Shakespeare in Stages: New theatre Histories (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010). Cahiers Élisabéthains. 78. 108-109.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2010. Framing the Frame: Shakespeare and the Cadre. Early Modern Culture Online. 1. 1-11.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2010. Shakespeare and the Idea of Late Writing: Authorship in the Proximity of Death. English Studies: A Journal of English Language. 91: 226-228. doi: 10.1080/00138380903181643
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2010. Review of Margareta de Grazia and Stanley Wells, ed: The New cambridge Companion to Shakespeare Studies (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010). Cahiers Élisabéthains. 78. 104-106.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2010. Disquiet in the Bierkeller. Around the Globe. 46. 34-35.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2010. Macbeth's Nightmare. Around the Globe. 45. 22-23.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2010. Drawing the Void. Around the Globe. 44. 30-31.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2009. His face; the facts: review of Shakespeare found!, ed Stanley Wells. Around the Globe. 43: 44-45.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2009. Review of /Orwell in Context: Communities, Myths, values/ by Ben Clarke. English studies. 90: 747-749.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2009. A Turbulent Pastoral: West's painting for /As You Like It/. Around the Globe. 41: 23-23.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2009. Affection or Affectation (A nineteenth-century Troilus and Cressida illustration). Around the Globe. 43: 32-33.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2009. Costume, Rank and Race: Othello's Visual Identity in the Eighteenth Century. American, British and Canadian Studies Journal. 86-105.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2009. Orwell in Context: Communities, Myths, Values. English Studies: A Journal of English Language. 90: 747-749. doi: 10.1080/00138380903181759
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2009. Meditations on Love and Performance (two illustrations to Romeo and Juliet). Arnd the Globe. 42. 36-37.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2009. Reading Illustrated Editions: Methodology and the Limits of Interpretation. Shakespeare Survey (Cambridge). 62: 162-181. doi: 10.1017/CCOL9780521111034.013
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2008. British Romanticism. The literary encyclopedia.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2008. British First World War Poetry. The literary encyclopedia.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2008. 'Early but Late' (Review of /Two Gentlemen of Verona/, ed. Michael Warren, The Oxford Shakespeare. Around the Globe. 40. 54-54.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2008. Sightlines: Don't mention the E Word. American, British and Canadian Studies Journal. 10. 264-267.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2008. The artist as original genius: Shakespeare's "Fine Frenzy" in late-eighteenth-century British art. Shakespeare Quarterly. 59: 356-358.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2008. review of 'The Artis as Original Genius' by William Pressly. Shakespeare Quarterly. 59: 356-358.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2008. Compound Visions: henry Fuseli's /Midsummer Night's dream/ Paintings. Around the Globe. 38. 22-24.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2007. Drawing the Reader In. Around the Globe. 35: 25-28.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2007. 'Howsoever, strange and admirable:' A Midsummer Night's dream as via stultitiae. Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen. 244: 27-39.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2007. Image, Genre, Interpretation: the visual identities of The Comedy of Errors. Interfaces (Paris). 25: 11-34.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2007. Review of Lindley, /Shakespeare and Music/ and Clausen, /Macbeth Multiplied/. Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen. 244: 412-414.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2005. Seeing, Studying, Performing: 'Bell's Edition of Shakespeare' and Performative reading. Performance Research. 10: 18-27.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2005. Shadowplay. Nordic Journal of English Studies. 4: 166-168.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2005. Shakepeare's Visual Theatre. Shakespeare Quarterly. 56: 240-243.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2004. Drought' and other stories. Canadian Literature. 159-161.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2004. The notebooks: Interviews and new fiction from contemporary writers. Canadian Literature. 101-103.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2004. Drying the Bones. Canadian Literature. 159-161.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2004. Addicted: Notes from the belly of the beast. Canadian Literature. 101-103.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2004. Entering the landscape. Canadian Literature. 101-103.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2004. Home. Canadian Literature. 159-161.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2003. Peopling the Wound. MANGLER.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2003. Questioning Englishness: Mark Wallinger and the Art of Instability. MANGLER.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2002. '_Things to Come_ and "Newsreel": Versions of Cinematic Influence'. Notes and Queries. 49: 191-193.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2002. 'Translation as Process Record: the Scientific Paper as Temporary Verbal Link'. TRANS 13.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2001. The Praxis of Transdisciplinarity. MANGLER.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2001. Morton D.Paley: Portraits of Coleridge. MANGLER.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2001. Dickens best i bokform. MANGLER.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2001. Globalisation and the Loss of the text. MANGLER.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2001. Fra gul til glitter. MANGLER.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 1999. James A Davies: "A Reference Companion to Dylan Thomas". Westport, Conn. and London: Greenwood Press, 1998. Notes and Queries. 46: S. 555.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 1999. Poetry 1900-1950 (Chapter XIV: 2a). Year's Work in English Studies. 77: 653-659.
Rapporter/avhandlinger
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2003. Bibliotheca Georgeana V: Poetry. MANGLER.
Bokkapitler
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2016. Photography. Chapter (unnumbered), sider 1884-1889. I:
    • Smith, Bruce R; Sillars, Stuart. 2016. The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare. Cambridge University Press. 2032 sider. ISBN: 9781107057258.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2016. Shakespeare and the Visual Arts. Introduction to section, sider 1861-1873. I:
    • Smith, Bruce R; Sillars, Stuart. 2016. The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare. Cambridge University Press. 2032 sider. ISBN: 9781107057258.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2015. Epilogue: Painting Shakespeare. Afterword, sider 214-219. I:
    • Grossman, Wendy. 2015. Man Ray: Human Equations. Hatje Cantz Verlag. 228 sider. ISBN: 9783775739207.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2014. James Barry's Shakespeare Paintings. Chapter 6, sider 115-128. I:
    • Moi, Ruben; Armstrong, Charles Ivan; Boyce, Brynhildur. 2014. The Crossings of Art in Ireland. Peter Lang Publishing Group. 311 sider. ISBN: 9781611476750.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2014. Shakespeare and the Rhythms of Devotion. Chapter 9, sider 147-156. I:
    • Desai, Rupin; Sillars, Stuart. 2014. Shakespeare the Man. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 278 sider. ISBN: 9781611476750.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Style, Rhetoric and Identity in Shakespearean Soliloquy. chap 5. I:
    • Callus, Ivan; Corby, James; Lauri-Lucente, Gloria. 2013. Style in Theory. Between Literature and Philosophy. Bloomsbury Academic. 288 sider. ISBN: 9781441128935.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Shakespeare temaju festmenyek es az eszetikai identitas. -, sider 45-58. I:
    • Kiss, Attila; Matuska, Agne. 2013. Ki merre tart? - Shakespeare Szegeden 2007-2011. ISBN: 9789633151358.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Sounding Macbeth's resonances. Chapter 1, sider 3-9. I:
    • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Shakespeare International yearbook. Ashgate. 271 sider. ISBN: 9781472412539.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. ‘You lie, you are not he’: Identity, Rhetoric and Convention in Shakespeare’s Art of Lying. -. I:
    • Panja, Shormishtha. 2013. Shakespeare and the Art of Lying. Orient BlackSwan. ISBN: 9788125052647.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2013. Parody and the Erotic Beast: Relocating Titania and Bottom. chap 6, sider 107-123. I:
    • Lafont, Agnès. 2013. Shakespeare's Erotic Mythology and Ovidian Renaissance Culture. Ashgate. 224 sider. ISBN: 9781409451310.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2012. Shakespeare and the Visual Arts. Essay, sider 269-295. I:
    • Marshall, Gail. 2012. Shakespeare in the Nineteenth Century. Cambridge University Press. 480 sider. ISBN: 9780521518246.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Close Reading, Illustration and Productive Ambivalence. 6, sider 45-57. I:
    • Occhiogrosso, Frank; Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Shakespeare Closely Read: Written and Performance Texts. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 158 sider. ISBN: 9781611470147.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Merchant of Where? The Venetian Plays in English Visual Culture. Chapter 11, sider 197-214. I:
    • Tosi, Laura; Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Visions of Venice in Shakespeare. Ashgate. 260 sider. ISBN: 9781409405474.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Shakespeare and the Ambiguities of Knowledge. 1, sider 13-28. I:
    • Dahiya, Bhim; Sillars, Stuart. 2011. Scholars in Shakespeare; A Postmodern Scrutiny. 224 sider. ISBN: 9788192013435.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2009. Image, Word and Authority in the early Modern frontispiece. -, sider 10-21. I:
    • Panja, Shormishtha; Chakrabarti, Shirshendu; Davidawson, Christel. 2009. Word, Image, text: Studies in Literary and visual Culture. Orient BlackSwan. 222 sider. ISBN: 978-81-250-3735-4.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2008. A Shakespeare for the Nation: Boydell's /Collection of Prints/. -, sider 316-329. I:
    • Busch, Werner; Fischer, Hubertus; Möller, Joachim. 2008. Entree aus Schrift und Bild Titelblatt und Frontispiz im England der Neuzeit. LIT Verlag. 392 sider. ISBN: 978-3-8258-1543-1.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2008. Oracy and Belonging. Kapitelnummer 2, sider 23-32. I:
    • Johannessen, Lene M; Sillars, Stuart John; Dipio, Dominica. 2008. Performing Community. Novus Forlag. 275 sider. ISBN: 9788270994991.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2005. The Visual Sense and Cultural Exclusion in 'A Saloonkeeper's Daughter'. II.4, sider 159-170. I:
    • Grønstad, Asbjørn; Johannessen, Lene M. 2005. To Become the Self One Is: A Critical Companion to Drude Krog Janson's A Saloonkeeper's Daughter. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.. 210 sider. ISBN: 82-7099-405-7.
  • Sillars, Stuart John. 2004. The Illustrated Short Story: Toward a Typology. 10, sider 70-80. I:
    • Winther, Per; Lothe, Jakob; Skei, Hans. 2004. The Art of Brevity: Excursions in Short Fiction. University of South Carolina Press. 250 sider.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2003. Sillars, Stuart. -, sider 361-363. I:
    • Gale, Publ. 2003. Contemporary Authors. ISBN: 0787646008.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2002. Geoffrey Grigson as Art Critic. -, sider 191-204. I:
    • Barfoot, Cedric; Healey, Robin. 2002. _"My Rebellious and Imperfect Eye": Observing Geoffrey Grigson_.
  • Sillars, Stuart. 2001. Jaques and the Wounded Stag. -, sider 143-156. I:
    • Lie, Ulf; Rønning, Anne Holden. 2001. Dialoguing on genres. ISBN: 82-7099-326-3.

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Books

Shakespeare and the Victorians (Oxford Shakespeare Topics) Oxford University Press, 2013

Shakespeare, Time and the Victorians: A Pictorial Exploration Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011

The Illustrated Shakespeare, 1709-1875 Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008

Fields of Agony: British Poetry of the First World War Penrith, Cumbria: Humanities Ebooks, 2007

also available as a Kindle

Painting Shakespeare: The Artist as Critic, 1720-1820 Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006

Structure and Dissolution in English Writing, 1910-1920 London: Macmillan and New York: St Martin's Press, 1999

Visualisation in English Fiction, 1840-1940 London and New York: Routledge, 1995

also available as an e-book

British Romantic Art and the Second World War London: Macmillan and New York: St Martin's Press, 1992

Art and Survival in First World War Britain London: Macmillan and New York: St Martin's Press, 1987

Articles and reviews in Shakespeare Survey, Shakespeare Quarterly, Archiv, Interfaces, English Studies and numerous other journals

For a full list of articles and contributions to collections, see FRIDA via the link above

BA (Combined Honours) English and Music, University of Exeter

MA University of Wales, Aberystwyh

PhD University of Amsterdam

Professor Sillars is the founder and director of the Bergen Shakespeare and Drama Network, a group of international scholars that meets regularly to exchange research and develop new projects and activities in which research students are fully involved as equal members. For more information, see http://www.uib.no/rg/bsdn

From 2007 to 2012 he was the Norwegian co-ordinator of a five-year research project funded by NUFU, in collaboration with Makerere University, Uganda, on Ugandan oral forms as a repository of traditional wisdom. The project has produced three volumes of essays,a collection of folktales in translation and an archive of text and video material housed in Makerere.

He was also the co-curator, with Dr Erin Blake, of 'The Extra-Illustrated Shakespeare' exhibition, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C., 24 January - 25 May 2010.

Forthcoming publications

 

Shakespeare and the Visual Imagination Cambridge University Press (in production, due 2015)

Multiple contributions to The Greenwood Shakespeare Encyclopedia

Macro entry on Shakespeare and visual art and micro entry on Photography for The Cambridge World Shakespeare Encyclopedia, New York: Cambridge University Press

Articles on the Shakespeare paintings of Man Ray;  the mirror in Elizabethan drama; Shakespeare, rhythm and music.

Current writing

Eden at Half-Time, a study of ideas of England in word and image, 1918-39, for Oxford University Press.

Collection of essays, some new, some reprinted, for Cambridge University Press.

Commissioned articles on illustration in the sixteenth-century English Romance; illustrated editions of Shakespeare, 1910-20.