Julian Yates

Julian Yates is Professor of English and Material Culture Studies at University of Delaware where he teaches courses in and writes about Medieval and Renaissance British Literature and Culture, literary theory, material culture, and environmental humanities. He is the author of Error, Misuse, Failure: Object Lessons from the English Renaissance (University of Minnesota Press, 2003), which was a finalist for the Modern Language Association’s Best First Book Prize; and What’s the Worst Thing You Can Do To Shakespeare? (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), co-authored with Richard Burt.


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Taking Things By Surprise

The Life of Things, the Love of Things by Remo Bodei arrives at an interesting moment in the burgeoning conversation about objects, things, and matter....

Taking Things By Surprise
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