Vol 1 (2012)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/JEMS-2279-7149-1

On Authorship, edited by Donatella Pallotti and Paola Pugliatti

Table of Contents

Jems 1, 2012 - Full Issue PDF
Cover PDF
Preliminaries PDF
Contents PDF
Editorial PDF
Donatella Pallotti, Paola Pugliatti 9-12

Part One - Theory and History

Beyond Author-Centricity in Scholarly Editing PDF
Hans Walter Gabler 15-35
Theories of Authorship and Intention in the Twentieth Century. An Overview PDF
Dario Compagno 37-53

Part Two - Case Studies

Religious Discourse
Vernacular Authorship in Late Medieval Religious Discourse. The Case of William Flete’s Remedies against Temptations PDF
Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti 59-72
‘out of their owne mouths’? Conversion Narratives and English Radical Religious Practice in the Seventeenth Century PDF
Donatella Pallotti 73-95
Ego-documents or ‘Plural Compositions’? Reflections on Women’s Obedient Scriptures in the Early Modern Catholic World PDF
Adelisa Malena 97-113
Drama, Stage and the Law
The Anonymous Plotter in the Routines of Renaissance Theatre and Drama
Paola Pugliatti 117-136
Shakespeare and Paradigms of Early Modern Authorship PDF
Janet Clare 137-153
Rules and Textual Construction of the Vocational Practices of Actors and Lawyers in Early Modern England PDF
Carla Dente 155-173
Dramatic Adaptation, Authorship and Cultural Identity in the Eighteenth Century. The Case of Samuel Foote PDF
Bianca Del Villano 175-191
Authorship and the Visual Arts
The Birth of Artist-Authors and the negozio dell’inestimabile PDF
Corinne Lucas Fiorato 195-210


Authors on Authorship PDF
Donatella Pallotti, Paola Pugliatti 211-233
Contributors PDF

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