BA (Toronto), MA (Birmingham), DPhil (Oxford)
Randall Martin’s research interests include English Renaissance drama, culture, and ecology, early modern women's writing, and bibliographical and textual studies. Most recently he has edited Henry VI Part Three for the Oxford Shakespeare (OUP, 2001; SSHRC funded) and Every Man Out of His Humour for the new Cambridge Complete Works of Ben Jonson (CUP, 2011). Currently he is preparing Antony and Cleopatra for the Internet Shakespeare Editions (firstname.lastname@example.org). His critical anthology Renaissance Women Writers in England, first published in 1997, has been reissued in a second edition (Longmans, 2010). His most recent SSHRC-supported publication is Women, Murder, and Equity in Early Modern England (Routledge, 2007), a book about seventeenth-century crime journalism and its effects on the criminal justice system. He has also recently co-edited a volume with Katherine Scheil, Shakespeare/Adaptation/Modern Drama: Essays in Honour of Jill L. Levenson (University of Toronto Press, 2011). At the moment he is finishing a SSHRC-supported book on Shakespeare and St Paul, and researching Shakespeare and Ecology for the Oxford Shakespeare Topics series. Current member of the Graduate Academic Unit.
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