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Response: Kathryn Prince


Kathryn Prince

About Kathryn
Kathryn Prince will be joining the Department of Theatre at the University of Ottawa as an Assistant Professor, having taught previously at the Shakespeare Institute following a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada postdoctoral fellowship at Birkbeck, University of London. She is the author of Shakespeare in the Victorian Periodicals (Routledge, 2008), which analyses the cultural and ideological significance of Shakespeare's popularisation in magazines for Victorian women, children and working-class readers. She has published numerous articles on the theatre history of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, most of them relating to Shakespeare, and is contributing chapters to two forthcoming books (published by Cambridge University Press) on Shakespeare's reception during these centuries. Her current projects include a performance history of Much Ado About Nothing, a biography of Dame Judi Dench for Continuum's new Great Shakespeareans series and an edited collection entitled Performing Early Modern Drama Today.
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How to Cite: Prince, K., (2009). Response: Kathryn Prince. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century. (8). DOI:
Published on 01 Apr 2009.


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