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Reform and order on the Elizabethan stage: Sir Thomas More to Hamlet (2018)
Journal Article
Clare, J. (2018). Reform and order on the Elizabethan stage: Sir Thomas More to Hamlet. Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 154,

Im Zuge des religious turn in Studien zur Frühen Neuzeit ist bisher die Bedeutung der Zensur für die Durchsetzung konfessioneller Konformität wenig berücksichtigt worden. Gleichzeitig haben Arbeiten zur Theaterzensur deren Bedeutung für die Gestaltun... Read More

Visions of monarchy and magistracy in women’s political writing, 1640– 80 (2018)
Book Chapter
Capern, A. L. (2018). Visions of monarchy and magistracy in women’s political writing, 1640– 80. In J. Clare (Ed.), From republic to restoration: legacies and departures, 102-123. Manchester University Press. https://doi.org/10.7765/9781526107510.00012

This chapter analyses early-modern English women writers and the number and patterns of their publication of religious and secular texts between 1640 and 1680. The chapter’s focus is on the impact of the English Civil War and Cromwellian Republic on... Read More

Countering anti-theatricality: Davenant and the drama of the protectorate (2012)
Book Chapter
Clare, J. (2012). Countering anti-theatricality: Davenant and the drama of the protectorate. The Oxford handbook of literature and the English Revolution, 498 - 515. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199560608.013.0027

This article begins with a discussion of the parliamentary-Puritan opposition to theatre during the Civil Wars and after the regicide. It then turns to the restoration of the monarchy in 1653, and the efforts of Richard Flecknoe and William Davenant... Read More

Censorship (2011)
Book Chapter
Clare, J. (2011). Censorship. The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare, 276 - 294. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093.../9780199566105.013.0016

This article discusses the control and regulation of playhouses during Shakespeare's career; The Book of Sir Thomas More; and Jacobean censorship. Elizabethan censorship in the decades preceding and coinciding with Shakespeare's early career evolved... Read More

The theatre and political control (2011)
Book Chapter
Clare, J. (2011). The theatre and political control. Thomas Middleton in context, 176 - 184. Cambridge University Press

Medley History: The Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth to Henry V (2010)
Book Chapter
Clare, J. (2010). Medley History: The Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth to Henry V. In P. Holland (Ed.), Shakespeare Survey 63, 102-113. The University of Hull. doi:10.1017/ccol9780521769150.010

More than any other playwright of the period, Shakespeare dramatized English history and in so doing experimented with different ways of representing the past. Within as well as between the tetralogies of pre-Tudor history, spanning at least a decade... Read More

The "histories" of I Henry VI (2008)
Book Chapter
Clare, J. (2008). The "histories" of I Henry VI. Shakespeare in Europe, History and Memory, 79 - 89. Jagiellonian University Press

Shakespeare and the Irish writer
Book
Clare, J., & O'Neill, S. Shakespeare and the Irish writer. The University of Hull

This collection of essays defines a literary cultural field of study: Shakespeare in relation to critical thinking of major Irish writers. 8500 word introductory essay co-written by Janet Clare maps out the cultural centrality of Shakespeare in Irish... Read More