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Clare McManus


Department: Humanities

Clare McManus

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  • Shakespeare and Fletcher, The Two Noble Kinsmen, McManus, C. 1 Jun 2025
  • Inclusive archival practice in Shakespearean Studies, McManus, C., Munro, L., Julian, E., Harrison, M., Lewis, O. 1 Jun 2024
  • The Complete Works of John Fletcher: Editing Fletcher for the 21st Century, McManus, C., Munro, L. 4 Apr 2024
  • The Fortune Playhouse: Women and the London Theatre, McManus, C., Munro, L. 1 Jan 2024, In: Shakespeare Quarterly
  • Women and the Shakespearean playhouse, McManus, C., Munro, L. 1 Jan 2024, In: English Literary Renaissance
  • Engendering the Stage: Women and Dramatic Culture, McManus, C., Munro, L. 15 Dec 2022, The Arden Handbook of Shakespeare and Early Modern Drama, Bloomsbury
  • Casting The Roaring Girl: Embodied Skill, History, and Lived Experience, McManus, C. 1 Nov 2021, Gender on the Transnational Early Modern Stage, Then and Now, Toronto, University of Toronto Press
  • James Shirley, The Bird in a Cage: First performed 1633: First printed 1633, McManus, C. 10 Mar 2020, The Routledge Anthology of Early Modern Drama, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Early Modern Women’s Performance and the Dramatic Canon, McManus, C. 2019

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