Readership: Students and scholars of Shakespeare; students and scholars of Tudor history
Philip Schwyzer, Professor of Renaissance Literature, University of Exeter
Philip Schwyzer received his BA and PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. He was Junior Research Fellow at Hertford College, Oxford, before moving to the University of Exeter in 2001. Much of his research has focused on issues of place, memory and identity in early modern England and Wales. He is Principal Investigator for the ERC-funded project 'The Past in its Place: Histories of Memory in England and Wales' (2012-16)
1: 'Where is Plantagenet?'
2: Lees and Moonshine: Memory and Oral Tradition
3: Trophies, Relics, and Props: The Life Histories of Objects
4: 'He lived wickedly, yet made good laws': Institutions and Practices
5: 'Every tale condemns me for a villain': Stories