Cassie Ash and Jose Perez Diaz on Shakespeare and Editing

Cassie Ash and Jose Perez Diaz, Shakespear Bulletin

Earlier this year, the journal Shakespeare Bulletin took a look at the issue of editing Renaissance drama texts. Stepping outside the boundaries of Shakespeare, a trio of guest editors put together a special issue based on a 2013 symposium. The issue helps shine a spotlight on editing and performance for some lesser-known aspects of Renaissance drama. Cassie Ash and Jose Perez Diez - two of the guest editors - visited our podcast series to talk about the special issue.

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