The Bulletin - October 2009

BULLETIN OF THE SOCIETY FOR RENAISSANCE STUDIES
OCTOBER 2009, Volume xxvi, Number 2
   

Letter from the Honorary Chair of the Society for Renaissance Studies 
SpacerJOHN E. LAW

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ARTICLE

Lady Troy and Blanche Parry: New Evidence about their Lives at the Tudor Court
SpacerRUTH E. RICHARDSON

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CONFERENCE REPORTS

Republican Exchanges, c.1550—1850, Newcastle University 
SpacerRUTH CONNOLLY

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‘Eterne in Mutabilitie’: Edmund Spenser in the Seventeenth Century, Kilkenny and Carrick-on-Suir
SpacerJANE GROGAN

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Continuities: From ‘Medieval’ to ‘Early Modern’ in English Literature (1400—1650), Trinity College Dublin
SpacerDARRAGH GREENE, EMILY O'BRIEN, KATE RODDY

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Authority and Authorities, 1500—1750, Early Modern Research Centre, University of Reading
SpacerRICHARD HOYLE

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Early Modern Women and Poetry Colloquium, Birkbeck College, London
SpacerELIZABETH SCOTT-BAUMANN

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BOOK REVIEWS

Oliver Arnold, The Third Citizen: Shakespeare’s Theater and the Early Modern House of Commons
SpacerPAUL RAFFIELD

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Michael Bath, Emblems for a Queen: The Needlework of Mary Queen of Scots
SpacerGILLIAN WHITE

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James Clackson, Geoffrey Horrocks, The Blackwell History of the Latin Language
SpacerESTELLE HAAN

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Thomas Heywood, Thomas Dekker, William Rowley, John Ford, A Woman Killed with Kindness and Other Domestic Plays, ed. by Martin Wiggins
SpacerSIOBHAN KEENAN

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Fictions du diable. Littérature et démonologie de saint Augustin à Léo Taxil. Ouvrage dirigé par Françoise Lavocat, Pierre Kapitaniak et
Marianne Closson
SpacerSOPHIE LUNN-ROCKLIFFE

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Laurie Maguire, Shakespeare’s Names 
SpacerJ. GAVIN PAUL

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Margaret Meserve, Empires of Islam in Renaissance Historical Thought 
SpacerJANE GROGAN

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REPORTS AND NOTICES
Fellowship Report
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Teaching Report
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Forthcoming Events
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Notices and Announcements
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