A Concise Companion to Shakespeare on Screen
March 2007, ©2007, Wiley-Blackwell
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Notes on Contributors.
Introduction: Through a Camera, Darkly (Diana E. Henderson).
1. Authorship: Getting Back to Shakespeare: Whose Film is it Anyway (Elsie Walker).
2. Cinema Studies: "Thou Dost Usurp Authority": Beerbohm Tree, Reinhardt, Olivier, Welles, and the Politics of Adapting Shakespeare (Anthony R. Guneratne).
3. Theatricality: Stage, Screen, and Nation: Hamlet and the Space of History (Robert Shaughnessy).
4. The Artistic Process: Learning from Campbell Scott's Hamlet (Diana E. Henderson).
5. Cinematic Performance: Spectacular Bodies: Acting + Cinema + Shakespeare (Barbara Hodgdon).
6. Gender Studies: Shakespeare, Sex, and Violence: Negotiating Masculinities in Branagh's Henry V and Taymor's Titus (Pascale Aebischer).
7. Globalization: Figuring the Global/Historical in Filmic Shakespearean Tragedy (Mark Thornton Burnett).
8. Cross-Cultural Interpretation: reading Kurosawa Reading Shakespeare(Anthony Dawson).
9. Popular Culture: Will of the People: Recent Shakespeare Film Parody and the Politics of Popularization (Douglas Lanier).
10. Television Studies: Brushing Up Shakespeare: Relevance and Televise Form (Roberta E. Pearson and William Uricchio).
11. Remediation: Hamlet among the Pixelvisionaries: Video Art, Authenticity, and "Wisdom" in Almereyda's Hamlet (Peter S. Donaldson).
Afterword: Unending Revels: Visual Pleasure and Compulsory Shakespeare (Kathleen McLuskie).