E. Depledge

Shakespeare’s Rise to Cultural Prominence: Print, Politics and Alteration, 1642-1700 (Cambridge University Press, 2018).

Edited Collections
Canonising Shakespeare: Stationers and the Book Trade, 1640-1740 (ed. with Peter Kirwan, Cambridge University Press,  2017).

Making Milton: Print, Authorship, Afterlife (ed. with John Garrison and Marissa Nicosia, Oxford University Press, 2021).

Performance and the Paper Stage, 1640-1700: Special Issue of Huntington Library Quarterly (ed. With Rachel Willie, March 2022).

Articles & Book Chapters
‘Resources’, in The Arden Companion to Shakespeare and Textual Studies, ed. Lukas Erne (Arden, 2021).

‘Paper / Ink’, in Shakespeare / Text, ed. Claire M. L. Bourne (Arden, 2021).

‘Battles of Words and Books: Mock-Heroic Poems and The Book Trade, 1660-1740’, in A World of  Words and Books: Essays in Honour of Allen Reddick, ed. Antoinina Bevan Zlatar, Mark Ittensohn,    Enit Steiner, and Olga Timofeeva (John Benjamins, forthcoming).

‘Poetry, Publishers, and Print: Humphrey Moseley, Henry Herringman, and Jacob Tonson’, in Oxford History of Poetry in English: Volume 5, Seventeenth-Century British Poetry, ed. Laura L. Knoppers (OUP, commissioned).

‘Early Editions, 1660-1850’, in The Oxford Handbook to Shakespeare and Authorship Studies, ed. Rory Loughnane and Will Sharpe (OUP, commissioned).

‘False Dating: The Case of the “1676” Hamlet Quartos’, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 112: 2 (June 2018), 183-199.

‘Introduction’ (with Peter Kirwan), in Canonising Shakespeare, eds. Depledge and Kirwan (Cambridge University Press, 2017), 1-14.

‘Shakespeare for Sale, 1640-1740’, in Canonising Shakespeare, eds. Depledge and Kirwan (Cambridge University Press, 2017), 17-25.

‘Editing Shakespeare, 1640-1700’ (with Peter Kirwan), in Canonising Shakespeare, eds. Depledge and Kirwan (Cambridge University Press, 2017), 145-52.

‘The Politics of Rape in Shakespeare Alterations of the Exclusion Crisis: Nahum Tate’s The History of King Lear, 1681’, in Renaissance Shakespeare: Shakespeare Renaissances, Proceedings of the 9th World Shakespeare Conference, ed. by Michael Dobson, Andreas Höfele, Martin Procházka, and Hanna Scolnicov (Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group, 2014), 317-24.

‘Playbills, Prologues and Title Pages: Selling Shakespeare Adaptations of the Exclusion Crisis, 1678-1682’, Philological Quarterly 91 (2012), 305-30.

‘Authorship and Alteration: Shakespeare on the Exclusion Crisis Stage and Page, 1678-1682’, in Medieval and Early Modern Authorship, ed. by Lukas Erne and Guillemette Bolens (Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature) 25 (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2011), 199-213.

‘(Re)Packaging Milton for the Late-Seventeenth-Century Book Trade: Jacob Tonson, Paradise Lost and John Dryden’s The State of Innocence’, in Making Milton: Print, Authorship, Afterlife, eds. Depledge, Garrison and Nicosia (Oxford University Press, 2021), 43-52.

‘What Made Milton?’ (with Garrison and Nicosia), in Making Milton (Oxford University Press, 2021), 1-14.

‘Introduction’ (with Rachel Willie), in ‘Performance and The Paper Stage, 1642-1695’, Special Issue of Huntington Library Quarterly, eds. Depledge and Rachel Willie (forthcoming, March 2022).