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Logan Publishes Collection of Essays on Marlowe's Play, The Jew of Malta
Professor Robert A. Logan, chair of the A&S English Department, has edited and just published a collection of new essays on Christopher Marlowe’s play, The Jew of Malta.
Part of the well-known Arden series of so-called “critical guides” on early modern dramas, the book is entitled “The Jew of Malta”: A Critical Guide. In addition to selecting the contributors and editing their essays, Logan wrote the introductory chapter.
He has also been asked by Ashgate Press and is under contract to edit and write the introductory chapter to a collection of essays intended to celebrate Christopher Marlowe’s 450th birthday in 2014, tentatively entitled Marlowe at 450; in addition, he is contributing to the volume a second essay—on Marlowe’s play Edward II.
From June 24-28, Logan will be attending the International Marlowe Conference in Staunton, Va., in conjunction with the Blackfriars Theatre there. He is part of a panel called “Marlowe in Retrospect and Future Possibilities” and will be presenting an essay entitled “Fathoming the Aesthetic of Ambiguity in Edward II.”