Reviews

The Second Red Scare and the Unmaking of the New Deal Left by Landon Storrs, Times Literary Supplement, forthcoming 2013

Milton, de la famille à la République: Droit au divorce et droit des peuples by Christophe Tournu, Renaissance Quarterly, forthcoming 2013

Coinage and State Formation in Early Modern English Literature by Stephen Deng, Journal of British Studies, 52:2 (April 2013)

The Science of Language: Interviews with James McGilvray by Noam Chomsky, and How the World Works, by Noam Chomsky, Times Literary Supplement, 8/29/12 pp.3-5 (Link)

The Cultural Return by Susan Hegeman, Times Literary Supplement, 8/15/12 p.23

Christian Identity: Jews & Israel in Seventeenth-Century England by Aschah Guibbory, Modern Philology forthcoming 2012

English Revenge Drama: Money, Resistance, Equality by Linda Woodbridge, Times Literary Supplement (04/05/2011)

Milton’s Prudent Ambiguities: Words and Signs in his Poetry and Prose by Martin Kuester, Milton Quarterly 45:2 (May 2011), pp.6-9.

On Demand: Writing for the Market in Early Modern England by David Baker, Times Literary Supplement, (9/17/2010).

Shakespeare and the Economic Imperative by Peter Grav, Shakespeare Quarterly 61:2 (Summer 2010) pp.271-4

Untimely Matter in the Time of Shakespeare by Jonathan Gil Harris, Clio 39:1 (Fall 2009) pp.99-103

Writing Lives: Biography and Textuality, Identity and Representation in Early Modern England eds. Kevin Sharpe and Steven N. Zwicker, Times Literary Supplement (7/17/2009) p.12

Transversal Enterprises in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries by Bryan Reynolds, Theatre Survey 50:1 (2009) pp. 141-3

Fiction Sets You Free: Literature, Liberty and Western Culture by Russell A. Berman, Times Literary Supplement (10/24/2008) pp.24-5

Shakespeare in French Theory: King of Shadows by Richard Wilson, Shakespeare Quarterly 59:4 (Winter 2008)

Law and Representation in Early Modern Drama by Subha Mukherji, Times Literary Supplement, (9/21/2007) p.23

Treason by Words: Literature, Law, and Rebellion in Early Modern England by Rebecca Lemon and Solon and Thespis: Law and Theater in the English Renaissance ed. Dennis Kezar, Times Literary Supplement (5/4/2007) pp.9-10

Shakespeare and Republicanism by Andrew Hadfield, Times Literary Supplement (9/1/2006) p.17

John Bunyan and the Language of Conviction by Beth Lynch, Times Literary Supplement (5/12/2006) p.29

English Witchcraft 1560–1736 ed. James Sharpe, in 1650–1850: Ideas, Aesthetics and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era (2006) pp. 64-66

English Biography in the Seventeenth Century by Alan Pritchard, Times Literary Supplement (4/28/2006) p.32

Sonnet Sequences and Social Distinction in Renaissance England by Christopher Warley,  Shakespeare Quarterly 57.2 (Summer 2006), pp.218-20

Freedom of Speech in Early Stuart England by David Colclough and Courting the Abyss: Free Speech and the Liberal Tradition by John Durham Peters, Times Literary Supplement (8/19/2005) p.31

Shakespeare and Marx by Gabriel Egan, Times Literary Supplement (1/31/2005) p.29

Sports, Politics and Culture in Early Modern England by Gregory Semanza, and The Book of Games by George Puttenham, Times Literary Supplement (11/19/2004) pp.10-11

George Herbert: A Literary Life by Cristina Malcolmson, Times Literary Supplement (7/30/2004) p.29

Anthony Munday and Civic Culture by Tracey Hill, Times Literary Supplement (7/23/2004) p.31

Mammon’s Music by Blair Hoxby, Times Literary Supplement (4/2/2004) p.10

Plagiarism in Early Modern England ed. Paulina Kewes, Times Literary Supplement (10/17/2003)  pp.8-9, reprinted in The Hindu (India) (1/12/2004)

Dead Cities by Mike Davies, In These Times (1/20/2003) pp.22-24

The Future of US Capitalism by Frederic Pryor, In These Times (9/16/2002) pp.26-27   

Who Rules in Science? by James Robert Brown, Times Literary Supplement (8/9/2002) p.28

The Structure of Evolutionary Theory by Stephen Jay Gould, The Nation (6/10/2002) pp.29-34

Economics and Culture by David Throsby and Market Society by Dan Slater and Fran Tonkiss, The Nation (1/21/2002) pp.28-32

Human Nature and the Limits of Science by John Dupre, Times Literary Supplement (1/11/2002) pp.5-6

Privatizing Culture by Chin-tao Wu, Times Literary Supplement (11/23/2001) p.26

Modernisms by Peter Nicholls, In-between (Fall 1998) pp.59-63

Counter-Revolution: The Second Civil War and its Origins 1646-48 by Robert Ashton, Seventeenth-century News (Summer, 1997)    

The Legacy of Northrop Frye by Alvin A. Lee, Seventeenth-century News (Spring, 1997)

Radical Tragedy (second edition) by Jonathan Dollimore, Seventeenth-century News (Fall, 1996)

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