|Abbreviated title (ISO 4)||Shakespeare Quart.|
|Discipline||Literature, performing arts|
|Edited by||David Schalkwyk|
|Publisher||Johns Hopkins University Press for the Folger Shakespeare Library (United States])|
Shakespeare Quarterly is a peer-reviewed academic journal established in 1950 by the Shakespeare Association of America. It is now under the auspices of the Folger Shakespeare Library. Along with book and performance criticism, Shakespeare Quarterly incorporates scholarly research and essays on Shakespeare and the age in which he worked. It also includes a special section devoted to the latest ideas in Shakespeare scholarship.
As a companion, the Folger Library also publishes the reference database World Shakespeare Bibliography Online, which contains more than 125,000 annotated bibliographical references and several hundred thousand reviews.
The editor of Shakespeare Quarterly is David Schalkwyk (Folger Library). The World Shakespeare Bibliography Online is edited by James L. Harner (Texas A&M University).
- Official website
- Folger Shakespeare Library.
- World Shakespeare Bibliography Online
- Shakespeare Quarterly at Project MUSE
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