Early Modern Literary Studies Special
Issue 14 (May, 2004)
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| Editorial Group
Essays from the Fifth Biennial International
Margaret Cavendish Conference
Edited by Lisa Hopkins, Emma Rees, and Gweno
- Article Abstracts.
- Concocting the world's olio: Margaret Cavendish
and continental influence.  Sara H. Mendelson, McMaster University.
- Mad Science Beyond Flattery: The Correspondence
of Margaret Cavendish and Constantijn Huygens.  Nadine N. W. Akkerman,
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and Marguérite Corporaal, University
- Happy Families and Learned Ladies:Margaret Cavendish,
William Cavendish, and their onstage academy debate.  Alexandra Bennett,
Northern Illinois University.
- Playing with Religion: Convents, Cloisters, Martyrdom,
and Vows.  Erna Kelly, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire.
- Fighting the Kingdom of Faction in Bell in Campo.
 Oddvar Holmesland, Agder University College, Norway.
- Crime and Context in The Unnatural Tragedy.
 Lisa Hopkins, Sheffield Hallam University.
- The Intellectual and Literary Courtship of Margaret
Cavendish.  James Fitzmaurice, Northern Arizona University.
- Defects Redressed: Margaret Cavendish Aspires to
Motley.  Lesley Peterson, University of Alberta.
- The City of Chance, or, Margaret Cavendish's Theory
of Radical Symmetry.  B. R. Siegfried, Brigham Young University.
- "My Spirits long to wander in the Air...":
Spirits and Souls in Margaret Cavendish's Fiction between Early Modern Philosophy
and Cyber Theory.  Miriam Wallraven, Tübingen University.
- "I hate such an old-fashioned House":
Margaret Cavendish and the search for home.  Alison Findlay, University
- An Empowering Wit and an "Unnatural" Tragedy:
Margaret Cavendish's Representation of the Tragic Female Voice.  Marguérite
Corporaal, University of Groningen.
- Gender Subversion in the Science of Margaret Cavendish.
 Lisa Walters, The University of Edinburgh.
- Responses to articles, reviews, and notes appearing in this issue that are
intended for the Readers' Forum may be sent to the Editor at M.Steggle@shu.ac.uk.
Responses to this piece intended for the Readers'
Forum may be sent to the Editor at M.Steggle@shu.ac.uk.
2004-, Matthew Steggle (Editor, EMLS).