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Studies in Philology

Edited by Reid Barbour, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Frequency: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter

Latest Issue: Volume 117, 2020

Size: 6” x 9”, approx. 128 pages

Bibliographic Information: ISSN: 0039-3738

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Studies in Philology considers for publication articles on British literature through Romanticism and articles on relations between British literature and works in the classical, Romance, and Germanic languages. The journal rarely publishes essays focused exclusively on literature other than British. The editorial readers for Studies in Philology include, in addition to the Editorial Board, members of the graduate faculty of the departments of languages and literatures in the University of North Carolina. For submission guidelines please see contact below.

Reid Barbour is the Roy C. Moose Distinguished Professor in Renaissance Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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Editor

Reid Barbour

Associate Editor

Megan Matchinske

Editorial Board

David J. Baker
Alan C. Dessen
Mary Floyd-Wilson
Edward Donald Kennedy
Shayne Legassie
Patrick O’Neill
Thomas Reinert
Joseph S. Wittig
Jessica Wolfe

Editorial Intern

Erik Maloney

Table of Contents

Volume 117, Number 4

Fall 2020

REID BARBOUR
Louis Round Wilson Prize for 2019

MATTHEW LILLO
John Rastell’s Dramatic Ballad and the Early Tudor Court: Toward a Revised Understanding of Ballad History

LINDSAY ANN REID
An Abortive Pharsalia Translation, Ovidian Recusatio, and Elegiac Identity in Turberville’s Tragicall Tales

JONATHAN MCGOVERN
Allegory as Counsel: “The Garden Plot” and the Anjou Marriage Negotiations of Queen Elizabeth I

KATHERINE BOOTLE ATTIÉ
“The mettle of your pasture”: Georgic Sensibility and English Identity in Henry V

RICHARD FINKELSTEIN
Amicitia and Beneficia in Timon of Athens

ALEX THOMAS
The English Quixote: Cervantes and The Knight of the Burning Pestle

LINDSEY LARRE
Consuming Compassion: Feast, Fast, and Charity in George Herbert

JONATHAN GALLAGHER
Breaking The Church: George Herbert’s Problem with “Obedience”

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Email: sip@email.unc.edu

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Submissions: Authors should double-space their essays, number their pages, and remove their identity from the submission. There is no word limit. Although Studies in Philology employs a modified version of the Chicago style of citation, there is no urgency to convert essays until they are accepted for publication. Please email essays as Word docs to: sip@email.unc.edu

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