Recent Submissions

  • Theatre Reviews 

    Bogdańska Olga; D’Auria, Verónica; Heijes, Coen; Georgopoulou, Xenia (Lodz University Press, 2013-12-31)
  • Book Reviews 

    Sarkar Dhrubajyoti; Mandal, Sagar Taranga (Lodz University Press, 2013-12-31)
  • Shakespeare Comes to Indonesia 

    Skupin Michael (Lodz University Press, 2013-12-31)
    This paper discusses the circumstances of Shakespeare’s arrival in Indonesia via the translations of Trisno Sumardjo, published in the early 1950’s. Biographical material about the translator will be presented, and there ...
  • Tacky “Shakespeares” in Japan 

    Yoshihara Yukari (Lodz University Press, 2013-12-31)
    There is no doubt that Shakespeare is “the flagship commodity” in the globalized cultural market. The fact that his works are being studied, performed, and admired, or, adapted and parodied almost all over the world, would ...
  • Shakespeare in Chinese Cinema 

    Wu Hui (Lodz University Press, 2013-12-31)
    Shakespeare’s plays were first adapted in the Chinese cinema in the era of silent motion pictures, such as A Woman Lawyer (from The Merchant of Venice, 1927), and A Spray of Plum Blossoms (from The Two Gentlemen of Verona, ...
  • Additional Dialogue by…Versions of Shakespeare in the World’s Multiplexes 

    Paterson Ronan (Lodz University Press, 2013-12-31)
    William Shakespeare has been part of the cinema since 1899. In the twentieth century almost a thousand films in some way based upon his plays were made, but the vast majority of those which sought to faithfully present his ...
  • Shakespeare on the Peking Opera Stage 

    Li Weimin (Lodz University Press, 2013-12-31)
  • The Yard and Korean Shakespeare 

    Lee Hyon-u (Lodz University Press, 2013-12-31)
    Since the New Globe Theatre opened in 1996, they have used the yard as an acting area or entrances. Even though the authenticity of using the yard is disputable, nobody denies that the yard must be a very effective tool ...
  • Macbeth in Nineteenth-Century Bengal: A Case of Conflicted Indigenization 

    Chaudhury, Sarbani; Sengupta, Bhaskar (Lodz University Press, 2013-12-31)
    Adaptation, a complex bilingual and bicultural process, is further problematised in a colonial scenario inflected by burgeoning nationalism and imperialist counter-oppression. Nagendranath Bose’s Karnabir (1884/85), the ...
  • Modernity and Tradition in Shakespeare’s Asianization 

    Yang Lingui (Lodz University Press, 2013-12-31)
    Do Marjorie Garber’s premises that Shakespeare makes modern culture and that modern culture makes Shakespeare apply to his reception in Asian contexts? Shakespeare’s Asianization, namely adaptation of certain Shakespeare ...