For more than sixty years, Shakespeare Survey has been the UK's
leading Shakespeare journal, rivalled worldwide only by its American counterpart
Shakespeare Quarterly. Founded by Allardyce Nicoll in 1948, Survey's
annual volumes contain a group of articles on a theme, some articles on
other aspects of Shakespeare and a series of major review pieces considering not
only the year's publications in Shakespeare studies but also the year's UK
Shakespeare productions. Survey is sold in over forty countries.
It includes the latest and best in Shakespearean scholarship and
criticism from the English-speaking world, but is committed to ensuring
that its articles are accessible to a wider readership than Shakespeare
academics. From the first, Shakespeare Survey has had an especial
interest in Shakespeare in performance, including not only studies
of productions past and present but also interviews with major figures
from the world of Shakespeare in the theatre.
Alternate volumes bring together some of the best papers from the
International Shakespeare Conference held at the Shakespeare Institute.
The editor is happy to receive
contributions, all of which are refereed by Survey's
distinguished Editorial Advisory Board, made up of some of the world's
leading Shakespeare scholars.
With the new paperback reprint of the entire run, Survey's distinguished
history will be seen afresh, a sign of the energy and brilliance
of Shakespeare studies across half a century.
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