Fellowships and Bursaries: FAQs

The Malone Society invites applications from scholars for fellowships and bursaries. If you are considering applying for one of these awards, but would like to know more, here are some Frequently Asked Questions 1. What kind of work does the Malone Society fund? We fund scholarly and textual research relating to drama by English, Welsh, … Read moreFellowships and Bursaries: FAQs

Book of the Month: The Faithful Friends

We are delighted to offer our “Book of the month” deal, featuring a different title from our existing back catalogue every month. Regular price reduced from £15.00 to only £5.00 plus postage. Orders may be placed throughout entire calendar month. Available to Society members only. Take advantage of this exclusive offer today! Download the October Book of … Read moreBook of the Month: The Faithful Friends

The Hogge Hath Lost His Pearle: conference recap

As any Malone Society member will know, there are plenty of obscure Renaissance dramas that never have been and never will be, part of the widely read canon. The Hogge hath lost his Pearle is one such play. It’s unlikely to appear as a set-text on school curriculums or on stage at the RSC. Which … Read moreThe Hogge Hath Lost His Pearle: conference recap

Book of the Month: The Fair Maid of the Exchange

The Book of the Month for September 2012 is The Fair Maid of the Exchange. If you’re a member of the Malone Society, take advantage of the great deal and buy a copy of The Fair Maid today for only £5.00 plus postage! (the regular price is £15) THE FAIR MAID OF THE EXCHANGE Ferdinand, Anthony, and Frank … Read moreBook of the Month: The Fair Maid of the Exchange

Book of the Month: John John the Husband

The Book of the Month for July, 2012 is John John the Husband. If you’re a member of the Malone Society, take advantage of the great deal and buy a copy of John John today for only £5.00 plus postage! (the regular price is £15) John Heywood’s John John the Husband The jealous husband John John defends his practice of wife beating, … Read moreBook of the Month: John John the Husband

Featured Volume: The Emperor’s Favourite

Our volume for 2010 is an anonymous play, The Emperor’s Favourite, edited by Siobhan Keenan of De Montfort University. This text, which is printed for the first time, is one of four manuscripts bound together in a single volume in the library of the Newdigate family of Arbury Hall, Nuneaton. This edition establishes a case for … Read moreFeatured Volume: The Emperor’s Favourite

Upcoming Conference: The Hogge Hath Lost his Pearle

 Jointly with the English Faculty of Oxford, the Society is once again sponsoring a staged (and costumed) play-reading and mini-conference. This will take place in the splendidly re-furbished MBI Al Jaber auditorium in Corpus Christi, Oxford, which some members of the Society will remember as the Old Music Room, on Saturday 22nd September 2012. The … Read moreUpcoming Conference: The Hogge Hath Lost his Pearle