TOC: Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies Winter 2017

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The following is the table of contents for the Winter 2017 issue of the Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies, published by the University of Pennsylvania Press. Issue 17.1 features articles on everything from Colonial Mexico to grammar in Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, Arabian Alchemy, and John Fletcher's Bonduca. Find the table of contents below and the full issue on Project Muse. 

Essays
"Plotting Indigenous Stories, Land, and People: Primordial Titles and Narrative Mapping in Colonial Mexico" by Kelly S. McDonough
"Good Grammar, Possessive Pronouns, and Preposterous Possessions in The Taming of the Shrew" by Elizabeth Ann Mackay
"Grafting and Ecological Imperialism in John Fletcher’s Bonduca" by William Steffen
"Dreaming Converts in the Seventeenth Century: The Case of Philip Dandulo and Thomas Warmstry’s The Baptized Turk" by Abigail Shinn
"Margaret Cavendish, the Royal Society, and the Alchemy of the Arabian Sands" by Bethany Williamson

 
Book Review
 
Reading Olympe de Gouges by Carol Sherman. Reviewed by Meili Steele