Adaptation, Volume 12 Issue 2
Special Issue: Adaptation and History, edited by Jeremy Strong

Articles are free to read until end of October 2019

By Jeremy Strong

Original articles:

Shakespearean Seriality: The 'Hollow Crown', the 'Wooden O', and the 'Circle in the Water' of History
By Tomas Elliott

'You Think You Know a Story...': Reframing the Tudors on Television in the Twenty-First Century
By Romano Mullin

Contextualizing History-as-Adaptation: An Interdisciplinary Comparison of Historical Revisionism
By Frans Weiser

A Cinematic Cultural Memory of Courtship, Weddings, Marriage, and Adultery in July Monarchy France through Heritage Films Claude Chabrol's Madame Bovary, Jean-Paul Rappeneau's The Horseman on the Roof, and Catherine Breillat's The Last Mistress
By Annabelle Doherty

Performing the Identity of the Medium: Adaptation and Television Historiography
By Jonathan Bignell

Straight to the Source? Where Adaptations, Artworks, Historical Films, and Novels Connect
By Jeremy Strong

Film Reviews:

It Can't Always Be Nina: The Battle between Plasticity and Specificity in Widows
By Kristen J Warner

Adapting a Retro Comic Aesthetic with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
By Sam Summers

Book review:

Fandom in Media and Popular Culture
By Martin Butler

Articles are free to read until end of October 2019.
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