James Mardock

Dr. James Mardock teaches Renaissance literature at the University of Nevada. He has published articles on John Taylor, the water-poet, on Ben Jonson’s use of transvestism, and on Shakespeare and Dickens. His recent book, Our Scene is London (Routledge 2008), examines Jonson’s representation of urban space as an element in his strategy of self-definition. His chapter in Representing the Plague in Early Modern England (ed. Totaro and Gilman, Routledge 2010) explores King James’ accession and Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure as parallel cultural performances shaped by London’s1603 plague. Mardock is at work on an edition of quarto and folio Henry V for Internet Shakespeare Editions, for which he serves as assistant general editor, and a study of Calvinism and metatheatre in early modern drama. He has also served as the dramaturge for the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival.

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