Professor Evelyn Tribble
Donald Collie Chair
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University of Otago
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Renaissance Literature; Cognition and Literature; Shakespeare
Cognition in the Globe: Memory and Attention in Shakespeare's Theatre. Forthcoming 2011 in the Palgrave series: Literature, Performance, Cognition.
[with Nicholas Keene ] Cognitive Ecologies and the History of Remembering: Religion, Education, and Memory in Early Modern England. Forthcoming 2011 in Palgrave Studies in Memory.
''Writing Material: Readings from Plato to the Digital Age' (with Anne Trubek), Longmans, 2003.
Margins and Marginality: The Printed Page in Early Modern England', University Press of Virginia, 1993.
"Marlowe's Boy Actors" Shakespeare Bulletin (2009)
"Listening to Prospero's Books,"Shakespeare Survey (2008): 61-70.
'The Dark Backward and Abysm of Time: Memory in The Tempest," College Literature, (Special Issue: Cognitive Shakespeare) 33:1 (2006) 149-67.
"Distributing Cognition in the Globe," Shakespeare Quarterly, 56:2 (Summer 2005): 135-55.
'"When Every Noise Appals Me": Sound and Fear in Shakespeare's Macbeth and Kurosawa's Throne of Blood', forthcoming Shakespeare (Routledge), 2005.
'Godly Reading: The 1583 Actes and Monuments', The Reader Revealed, Folger Shakespeare Library, 2002
'Gender, Social Class, and Literacies in John Foxe's Actes and Monuments', in Popular Literacies, ed. John Trimbur, University of Pittsburgh Press, 2001.
'Shakespeare and Performance Theory' (with David Sauer), in Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare Through Performance, MLA, 1999.
'The Peopled Page: Polemic and Confutation in Foxe's Book of Martyrs', in the Iconic Page, ed. Terri Tinkle and George Boornstein, University of Michigan, 1998.
'Like a Looking-glass in the Frame: From Marginal Glosses to Footnotes', in The Margins of the Text, ed D.C. Greetham, Columbia university Press, 1997.