Early English Studies (EES) is an online journal under the auspices of the University of Texas, Arlington English Department and is devoted to literary and cultural topics of study in the medieval and early modern periods. EES is published annually, peer-reviewed, and open to general submission. The current issue Green Thoughts in the Medieval and Early Modern Worlds concerns ecological and environmental issues in literary texts from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.
Recent Articles Include:
"“Equall freedome, equall fare”: The Illusion of Egalitarianism in the Country House Poem" by Jim Casey
"“Companions of My Thoughts More Green”: Damon’s Baconian Sexing of Nature” by Anthony J. Funari
"The Metamorphosis of Ajax, Jakes, and Early Modern Urban Sanitation" by Dolly Jørgensen
"“Why are we by all creatures waited on?”: Situating John Donne and George Herbert in Early Modern Ecological Discourse” by Laura Ralph
"Spenser’s Green World” by Alfred K. Seiwers
"An Ecocritical Exploration of The Unique Nature of Oceans in The Blazing World" by Marykate Earnest
Please visit the website at http://www.uta.edu/english/ees/ to view the full text of these articles, as well as the next call for paper topic titled, Shakespeare and the Material World.
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