- “Contextualising Vittoria: Subjectivity and Censure in The White Devil"
by Dr. June Waudby, University of Hull
- "Angry Shrews or Merry Wives? Teaching Shakespeare's Women"
by Dr. Mary Villeponteaux, Georgia Southern University
- "Sacred Blood and the Body's Rich Legacy in Julius Caesar"
by Dr. Louise Geddes, Dominican College
- "Lessons Learned From Killing Caesar" or "How to Involve Your Students, and Slay Your Audience, While They Slay You"
by Dr. Michael Boecherer, Suffolk County Community College
Short Essays: Teaching Non-Traditional Text(s)
- "The Fair Maid of the Exchange, Thomas Heywood, 1607"
by Dr. Paul Menzer, Mary Baldwin College
- "In Praise of the Saints: Introducing Hagiography Into the British Literature Survey"
by Dr. John P. Sexton, Bridgewater State University
- "Theatrical Politics and Political Theatricality in Massinger's The Roman Actor"
by Dr. Denise A. Walen, Vassar College
- Medieval English and French Legends: An Anthology of Religious and Secular Narrative by R. Barton Palmer
Reviewer: Dr. Susan Crane-Laracuente, Newman University
- The Masculine Self In Late Medieval England by Derek G. Neal
Reviewer: Dr. Audrey DeLong, Suffolk County Community College
- Sir Philip Sidney’s An Apology for Poetry and Astrophil and Stella: Texts and Contexts Edited by Peter C. Herman
Reviewer: Mickey Casper, Independent Scholar