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Shakespeare and Immigration. Edited by Ruben Espinosa, David Ruiter #2020

Shakespeare and Immigration. Edited by Ruben Espinosa, David Ruiter By Ruben Espinosa Shakespeare and Immigration Edited by Ruben Espinosa David Ruiter Shakespeare and Immigration critically examines the vital role of immigrants and aliens in Shakespeare s drama and culture On the one hand the essays in this collection interrogate how the massive in
  • Title: Shakespeare and Immigration. Edited by Ruben Espinosa, David Ruiter
  • Author: Ruben Espinosa
  • ISBN: 9781409411000
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Shakespeare and Immigration. Edited by Ruben Espinosa, David Ruiter By Ruben Espinosa Shakespeare and Immigration critically examines the vital role of immigrants and aliens in Shakespeare s drama and culture On the one hand, the essays in this collection interrogate how the massive influx of immigrants during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I influenced perceptions of English identity and gave rise to anxieties about homeland security in early modern EnglandShakespeare and Immigration critically examines the vital role of immigrants and aliens in Shakespeare s drama and culture On the one hand, the essays in this collection interrogate how the massive influx of immigrants during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I influenced perceptions of English identity and gave rise to anxieties about homeland security in early modern England On the other, they shed light on how our current concerns surrounding immigration shape our perception of the role of the alien in Shakespeare s work and expand the texts in new and relevant directions for a contemporary audience The essays consider the immigrant experience strangers and strangeness values of hospitality in relationship to the foreigner the idea of a host society religious refuge and refugees legal views of inclusion and exclusion structures of xenophobia and early modern homeland security In doing so, this volume offers a variety of perspectives on the immigrant experience in Shakespearean drama and how the influential nature of the foreigner affects perceptions of community and identity and, collection questions what is at stake in staging the anxieties and opportunities associated with foreigners Ultimately, Shakespeare and Immigration offers the first sustained study of the significance of the immigrant and alien experience to our understanding of Shakespeare s work By presenting a compilation of views that address Shakespeare s attention to the role of the foreigner, the volume constitutes a timely and relevant addition to studies of race, ethics, and identity in Shakespeare.
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