Items where SHU Author is "Anderson, Susan"

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ANDERSON, Susan (2021). Limping and Lameness on the Early Modern Stage. In: DUNN, Leslie C, (ed.) Performing Disability in Early Modern English Drama. Literary Disability Studies . Palgrave Macmillan, 185-207.

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ANDERSON, Susan (2020). Speech. In: ANDERSON, Susan and HAYDON, Liam, (eds.) A Cultural History of Disability in the Renaissance. Cultural Histories Series, 3 . Bloomsbury.

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ANDERSON, Susan and HAYDON, Liam (2020). Introduction. In: ANDERSON, Susan and HAYDON, Liam, (eds.) A Cultural History of Disability in the Renaissance. Cultural Histories series, 3 . Bloomsbury.

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ANDERSON, Susan, ROW-HEYVELD, Lindsey, SHAW, Justin and WILLIAMS, Katherine Schaap (2019). Introduction: Disability in Early Modern Theatre. Early Theatre, 22 (2), 143-156.

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ANDERSON, Susan (2017). Review of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar (directed by Robert Hastie for Sheffield Theatres) at the Crucible, 31 May 2017. Shakespeare, 13 (4), 353-355.

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ANDERSON, Susan (2015). Generic Spaces in Middleton’s The Triumphs of Truth (1613) and Michaelmas Term (1607). Cahiers Élisabéthains: A Biannual Journal of English Renaissance Studies, 88 (1), 35-47.

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ANDERSON, Susan (2014). Sound, Vision, and Representation: Pageantry in 1610 Chester. Early Theatre, 17 (1), 137-157.

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ANDERSON, Susan (2013). Representations of India on Jacobean Popular Stages. Theatre Survey, 54 (1), 7-25.

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ANDERSON, Susan and HAYDON, Liam D (2020). A Cultural History of Disability in the Renaissance. Cultural Histories series, 3 . Bloomsbury.

ANDERSON, Susan (2019). Genevieve Love, early modern theatre and the figure of disability. Bloomsbury, 2018. Renaissance studies.

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