1. Acknowledgements
    Lawrence Gunter
  2. Contributors

  3. Foreword

  4. Shakespeare and Europe: History – Performance – Memory
    Lawrence Guntner
  5. Shakespeare and National Traditions

  6. Shakespeare in History, History through Shakespeare: Caliban by the Yellow Sands
    Monika Śmiałkowska
  7. Shakespeare at the Español: Franco and the Construction of a "National" Culture
    Keith Gregor
  8. Shakespearean Histories and Greek History: Henry V and Richard II at the Greek National Theatre (1941, 1947)
    Tina Krontiris
  9. Political Shakespeare

  10. History – Performance – Memory: Richard III and the Subversion of Theatre in Hungary, 1955
    Veronika Schandl
  11. Shakespeare’s Histories and Polish History: Television Productions of Henry IV (1975), Richard III (1989) and Othello (1981/1984)
    Jacek Fabiszak
  12. Richard III in Russian Theatre at the Twilight of the "Thaw"
    Mark Sokolyansky
  13. Transformational Shakespeare

  14. "Done Like a Frenchman": Henry VI, the Tyranny of the Audience and Spect-Actorial Adaptations
    Stuart Hampton-Reeves
  15. Between Transgression and Institutionalization: Teatro Comuna’s Measure for Measure
    Francesca Rayner
  16. "Romanian" Shakespeare on the New York Stage: Andrei Serban’s Hamlet
    Patricia Lennox
  17. "That Shakespearian Rome! Work in Progress..." An Experiment in Intermedial Criticism
    Nancy Isenberg
  18. Book Reviews

  19. Irena R. Makaryk. Shakespeare in the Undiscovered Bourn. Les’ Kurbas, Ukrainian Modernism, and Early Soviet Cultural Politics. Toronto; Buffalo; London: University of Toronto Press, 2004
    Mark Sokolynsky
  20. Foreign Accents: Brazilian Readings of Shakespeare, ed. Aimara da Cunha Resende, Newark and London: University of Delaware Press, 2002
    Monika Sosnowska
  21. Uilyam Shekspir. Gamlet: V Poiskakh Podlinnika. Perevod, podgotovka teksta originala, kommentarii i vvodnaja statya I. V. Peshkova [Hamlet: In the search of identity. Translation, reconstruction of the original text, comments and introduction by I. V. Peshkov]. Moscow: Labirint-MP, 2003
    Vladimir Vakhrushev
  22. Afterword

  23. EuroShakespace and the Witness-Function: Convergences of History, Memory, and Affective Presence
    Bryan Reynolds

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