Academic journal article Medieval & Renaissance Drama in England

To Harry Keyishian

Academic journal article Medieval & Renaissance Drama in England

To Harry Keyishian

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The editors of Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England and Shakespeare Studies join members of the editorial board of Fairleigh Dickinson University Press and a multitude of scholars, authors, students, and others in dedicating this volume to Harry Keyishian, who recently retired as Director of Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

During his 40-year tenure, Harry oversaw the production of well over 1,000 books, many on Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Though he was known for his guidance and support, he did his own share of publishing as well, notably Revenge: Victimization, Vengeance, and Vindictiveness in Shakespeare (1995), Michael Arlen (1975), Critical Essays on William Saroyan (1995), and Screening Politics: The Politician in American Movies, 1931- 2001 (2003). Harry, whose NYU dissertation was on "Thomas Dekker and the Rival Traditions," taught Shakespeare and early modern drama at FDUMadison for 45 years (1965 to 2010). He was one of the early associates of the Columbia University Shakespeare Seminar, a long-time member of the Shakespeare Association of America, and a frequent contributor to scholarly journals. …

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