Julia R. Lupton

University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
Comparative Literature, Philosophy
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Kimberly R. Moekle grad student 2000 UC Irvine
Christopher M. Kuipers grad student 2001 UC Irvine
Mark S. Patrick grad student 2004 UC Irvine
Bernadette A. Meyler grad student 2006 UC Irvine
Douglas W. Ryals grad student 2006 UC Irvine
Jonathan B. Haley grad student 2007 UC Irvine
Anna Kornbluh grad student 2007 UC Irvine
Catherine E. Winiarski grad student 2007 UC Irvine
Nichole E. Miller grad student 2008 UC Irvine
Rodney A. Rodriguez grad student 2008 UC Irvine
Samuel E. Arkin grad student 2012 UC Irvine
Chelsea J. Gordon grad student 2013 UC Irvine
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Lupton JR. (2014) Birth places: Shakespeare's beliefs/believing in Shakespeare Shakespeare Quarterly. 65: 399-420
Lupton JR. (2014) Recent studies in Tudor and Stuart Drama Sel - Studies in English Literature. 54: 475-514
Lupton JR. (2014) Judging forgiveness: Hannah Arendt, W. H. Auden, and the winter's tale New Literary History. 45: 641-663
Lupton JR. (2014) The affordances of hospitality: Shakespearean drama between historicism and phenomenology Poetics Today. 35
Lupton JR. (2014) Arendt in Italy: Or, the taming of the shrew Shakespeare and Continental Philosophy. 173-192
Cefalu P, Lupton JR. (2014) Introduction to special issue of literature and the ology: Thinking with god: Cognition, religion, and literature Literature and Theology. 28: 249-257
Lupton JR. (2013) Making room, affording hospitality: Environments of entertainment in Romeo and Juliet Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies. 43: 145-172
Lupton JR, Gordon CJ. (2013) Shakespeare by Design: A Flight of Concepts English Studies. 94: 259-277
Lupton JR. (2013) Ablative absolutes: From Paul to shakespeare Paul and the Philosophers. 281-296
Lupton JR. (2012) Response to Paul A. Kottman, "Defying the stars: Tragic love as the struggle for freedom in Romeo and Juliet" Shakespeare Quarterly. 63: 39-45
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