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Spenser Studies

A Renaissance Poetry Annual

Editors: Susannah Brietz Monta, William A. Oram, and Ayesha Ramachandran
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    Volume 37
    2023
    Companionable Thinking: Spenser with…

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    Preface

    • David Hillman,
    • Joe Moshenska, and
    • Namratha Rao
    pp. 1–9
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    Introduction

    • David Hillman,
    • Namratha Rao, and
    • Joe Moshenska
    pp. 11–45
  • I. Companionable Bodies

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    “What art thou man, (if man at all thou art)”: Spenser with Sylvia Wynter

    • Kat Addis
    pp. 49–71
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    Thinking through Symbionts: Spenser with Donna Haraway

    • Supriya Chaudhuri
    pp. 73–94
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    Spectacular Staring: Spenser with Rosemarie Garland-Thomson

    • Megan Bowman
    pp. 95–118
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    Faerieland’s Cannibal Metaphysics: Spenser with Eduardo Viveiros de Castro

    • Joe Moshenska and
    • Ayesha Ramachandran
    pp. 119–144
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  • II. Affective Companions

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    “Inwardly Dismayde”: Spenser with Gilles Deleuze

    • Lydia C. Heinrichs
    pp. 155–174
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    “Lyke a faire Lady, but did fowle Duessa hyde”: Spenser with Val Plumwood

    • Courtney A. Druzak
    pp. 175–193
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    “To knit the knot that euer shall remaine”: Spenser with Jean-Luc Marion

    • Joseph D. Parry
    pp. 195–212
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    “Weak powres of passions”: Spenser with Sianne Ngai

    • Patrick Aaron Harris
    pp. 213–231
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  • III. Imagined Companions

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    “But were it not … ”: Spenser with Kwame Anthony Appiah

    • Andrew Wadoski
    pp. 245–264
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    “All poetry is born of play”: Spenser with Johan Huizinga

    • Abigail Shinn
    pp. 265–281
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    Poetic Narrative and Human Time: Spenser with Paul Ricoeur

    • Judith H. Anderson
    pp. 283–303
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  • IV. Companions and Doubles

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    Colonial Cacophony and Early Modern Trans Studies: Spenser with Julia Serano

    • Melissa Sanchez
    pp. 317–344
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    “Like to Amoret”: Spenser with Julia Kristeva

    • Emily Sarah Barth
    pp. 345–366
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    Knights-Destinerrant: Spenser with Jacques Derrida

    • Eric Langley and
    • Luke Prendergast
    pp. 367–392
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    Beyond the Allegorical Veil: Spenser with W. E. B. Du Bois

    • Hannah Crawforth
    pp. 393–411
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  • V. Companionable Spaces

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    “Soveraigne place”: Spenser with Henri Lefebvre

    • Richard McCabe
    pp. 427–445
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    Planes, Plateaus, and The Faerie Queene: Spenser with Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari

    • Yulia Ryzhik
    pp. 447–463
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    Allegory as Language Game: Spenser with Ludwig Wittgenstein

    • Gordon Teskey
    pp. 465–481
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  • VI. Styles of Companionship

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    “But wisht, that with that shepheard he mote dwelling share”: Spenser with Jacques Rancière

    • Owen Kane
    pp. 495–514
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    On Dissonance and Late Style: Spenser with Theodor W. Adorno

    • J. D. Eynard
    pp. 515–535
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    “With a second hand”: Spenser with Roland Barthes

    • Stephen Guy-Bray
    pp. 537–545
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  • VII. Afterword

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    2023
    Companionable Thinking: Spenser with…

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ABOUT THE JOURNAL

Frequency: Annual
ISSN: 0195-9468
E-ISSN: 2167-8529

Spenser Studies is devoted to the study of Edmund Spenser as well as the poetry of Renaissance England. Contributions examine Spenser’s place in literary history, the social and religious contexts of his writing, and the philosophical and conceptual problems he grapples with in his art. The journal also features work on Renaissance literary culture, broadly conceived. Past issues have published studies ranging from the diction of Stephen Hawes to female authorship in Mary Wroth’s Urania to the influence of English Renaissance sonneteers on William Butler Yeats.


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