January 2007
Medieval & Renaissance Drama in England;2007, Vol. 20, p9
The article lists the contributing authors to the issue which include John H. Astington, a professor at the University of Toronto, Peter Berek, a professor at Mount Holyoke College, and Alison A. Chapman, an associate professor at the university of Alabama in Birmingham.


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