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Professor Ronnie Mulryne

Professor emeritus Ronnie Mulryne
English and Comparative Literature
MA, PhD (Cambridge)



Research Specialisms

Shakespeare and Renaissance drama, especially drama in performance.

Current Project

Co-director of the Europa Triumphans project.



  • Thomas Middleton (Harlow, 1979)
  • Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing (London, 1965)
Essay Collections
  • co ed., European Court Festival: Art, Politics, and Performance (Aldershot, 2002)
  • co ed., The Cottesloe at the National: 'Infinite Riches in a Little Room' (Stratford-upon-Avon, 1999)
  • co ed., Shakespeare and the Japanese Stage (Cambridge, 1998)
  • co ed., Shakespeare's Globe Rebuilt (Cambridge, 1997)
  • co ed., Making Space for Theatre: British Architecture and Theatre since 1958 (Stratford-upon-Avon, 1995)
  • co ed., Theatre and Government under the Early Stuarts (Cambridge, 1993)
  • co ed., Italian Renaissance Festivals and their European Influence (Lampeter, 1992)
  • co ed., Theatre of the English and Italian Renaissance (Basingstoke, 1991)
  • co ed., War, Literature and the Arts in Sixteenth-Century Europe (Basingstoke, 1989)
  • co ed., This Golden Round: the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Swan (Stratford-upon-Avon, 1989)
  • co ed., An Honoured Guest: New Essays on W.B. Yeats (London, 1965)
  • ed., Thomas Middleton, Women Beware Women (Manchester, 1981)