Items where SHU Author is "Cadman, Daniel"

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CADMAN, Daniel (2017). '“To fashion grounds, from whence artes might be coyn’d”: Commerce and the Postlapsarian State in Greville’s Poetry'. Sidney Journal, 35 (1-2), 119-141.

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CADMAN, Daniel and DUXFIELD, Andrew (2014). Introduction: Christopher Marlowe: Identities, traditions, afterlives. Early modern literary studies (23), 1-12.

CADMAN, Daniel (2011). "Th'accession of these mighty States" : Daniel's Philotas and the union of crowns. Renaissance Studies, 26 (3), 365-384.

Book Section

CADMAN, Daniel (2017). 'Constant in any undertaking': Writing the Lipsian State in Measure for Measure. In: HALSEY, Katie and VINE, Angus, (eds.) Shakespeare and Authority: Citations, Conceptions and Constructions. Houndmills, Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)

CADMAN, Daniel (2014). Stoicism, Calvinism, and Determinism in Fulke Greville's "Alaham". In: MARDOCK, James and MCPHERSON, Kathryn, (eds.) Stages of Engagement : Drama and Religion in Post-Reformation England. Pittsburgh, Duquesne University Press, 41-62.

CADMAN, Daniel (2012). "The very nerves of state" : biopolitics and sovereignty in Shakespeare's Vienna. In: LEMONNIER-TEXIER, Delphine and WINTER, Guillaume, (eds.) Lectures de Measure for Measure de William Shakespeare. Mondes Anglophones . Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 159-172.

Conference or Workshop Item

CADMAN, Daniel (2015). “Quick Comedians”: Mary Sidney, Samuel Daniel and the Theatrum Mundi in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra. In: Shakespeare 450, Paris, 21-27 April 2014. Societé Française Shakespeare.

Authored Book

CADMAN, Daniel (2015). Sovereigns and subjects in early modern neo-Senecan drama : republicanism, stoicism and authority. Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama . Farnham, Ashgate.

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