Shakespeare and Modernity: Early Modern to Millennium.Grady, Hugh, ed. Shakespeare and Modernity: Early Modern to Millennium (Accents on Shakespeare.) New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of : Routledge, 2000. xii + 210 pp.' index. $20.99. ISBN ISBN
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The essays in this collection draw from the theoretical work of Foucault, the Annales School Annales school
School of history. Established by Lucien Febvre (1878–1956) and Marc Bloch (1886–1944), its roots were in the journal Annales: économies, sociétés, civilisations, Febvre's reconstituted version of a journal he had earlier formed , the Frankfurt School, Habermas, and contemporary academic philosophers such as Charles Taylor and Stephen Toulmin, as well as theories of subjectivity that converge around Lacanian psychoanalysis, feminism, and French poststructuralism poststructuralism: see deconstruction.
Movement in literary criticism and philosophy begun in France in the late 1960s. Drawing upon the linguistic theories of Ferdinand de Saussure, the anthropology of Claude Lévi-Strauss ( ; they are dedicated to "probing the issues at stake in Shakespeare's relationship to that particular constellation of cultural events which has come to be known as 'modernity.'" The introduction provides a general historical overview of how Shakespeare has been situated in relation to a given period's concept of its own modernity. A full index and a bibliography are included. Essays include: Grady, Hugh, "Introduction: Shakespeare and Modernity"; Cohen cohen
(Hebrew: “priest”) Jewish priest descended from Zadok (a descendant of Aaron), priest at the First Temple of Jerusalem. The biblical priesthood was hereditary and male. , Stephen, "(Post)modern Elizabeth: Gender, Politics, and the Emergence of Modern Subjectivity"; Whitney, Charles, "Ante-aesthetics: Towards a Theory of Early Modern Audience Response"; Joughin, John J., "Shakespeare, Modernity, and the Aesthetic: Art, Truth, and Judgement in The Winter's Tale"; Engle, Lars, "Measure for Measure and Modernity: The Problem of the Sceptic's Authority"; Drakakis, John, "'Jew. Shylock Shylock
shrewd, avaricious moneylender. [Br. Lit.: Merchant of Venice]
See : Usury is my name.': Speech Prefixes in The Merchant of Venice as Symptoms of the Early Modern"; Freinkel, Lisa, "The Merchant of Venice: 'Modern' Anti-Semitism and the Veil of Allegory"; Mallin, Eric S., "Jewish Invader and the Soul of State: The Merchant of Venice and Science Fiction Movies"; Bruster, Douglas, "Shakespeare and the End of History: Period as Brand Name"; Charnes, Linda, "The Hamlet Formerly Known as Prince."