John Edward Kerry Prize: Guest Post by Amy Lidster

Amy Lidster is currently studying for her PhD at King’s College London. She was the 2015 winner of the John Edward Kerry Prize, a competition open to postgraduate students worldwide. The winner of the 2016 competition will be announced shortly, and the 2017 competition will close on 23 April 2017.   Texts and Paratexts: Assessing the … Read moreJohn Edward Kerry Prize: Guest Post by Amy Lidster

Colin Baldwin

It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of our Production Manager, Colin Baldwin, who died in his sleep on October 19th, after a short illness. There can be no doubt that the esteem in which the Society’s publications continue to be held is due, in large measure, to the care and accuracy with … Read moreColin Baldwin

Fellowships and Research Grants: Deadline 30 October 2015

Our annual competition for Malone Society Fellowships and Research Grants closes on 30 October 2015. Take a look at our Grants page for details, and do consider making an application. You can see a report from one our 2014 grant-holders, Maria Shmygol, on her research into William Percy’s manuscript play The Aphrodysial, in two posts … Read moreFellowships and Research Grants: Deadline 30 October 2015

Malone Society Research Fellowship: Maria Shmygol, part 2

This is the second of two blog posts from Maria Shmygol about her research into William Percy’s manuscript play The Aphrodysial, for which she received a Malone Society Fellowship. Maria is based at the English department of the University of Liverpool, where she is assisting Nandini Das with her work editing Volume 6 of a fourteen-volume critical edition of Richard Hakluyt’s Principal Navigations, … Read moreMalone Society Research Fellowship: Maria Shmygol, part 2

John Edward Kerry Prize, 2015

We are delighted to announce that the winner of the John Edward Kerry Prize for 2015 is Amy Lidster of King’s College London. Amy is working on a PhD entitled ‘Producing the “History” Play: From Stage to Page’ under the supervision of Sonia Massai. Her research research investigates the influence of performance and publication practices on the … Read moreJohn Edward Kerry Prize, 2015

Malone Society Research Fellowship: Maria Shmygol

This is the first of two blog posts from Maria Shmygol about her research into William Percy’s manuscript play The Aphrodysial, for which she received a Malone Society Fellowship. Part two can be found here. Maria is based at the English department of the University of Liverpool, where she is assisting Nandini Das with her work editing Volume 6 of a … Read moreMalone Society Research Fellowship: Maria Shmygol

Marginal Malone

The Malone Society is very pleased to inform members and others that a symposium, ‘Marginal Malone’, will take place on 26 June 2015 at the University of Oxford. This symposium examines the lives and afterlives of Malone’s readings of English literature, and is a collaboration between the Yale Program in the History of the Book and the Bodleian … Read moreMarginal Malone

Symposium, Saturday 16 May

We’re holding a symposium! Reverend Productions and The Malone Society present: King Leir A staged reading and symposium Saturday 16 May, 10:30am-6:30pm The Chapel, Somerville College, Woodstock Road, Oxford The staged reading will commence at 11am. Speakers in the afternoon symposium will include Professor Tiffany Stern, Professor Katherine Duncan-Jones and Professor Sir Brian Vickers. Please see below for … Read moreSymposium, Saturday 16 May