The Oxford History of Literary Translation in English
Volume 2 1550-1660
Edited by Gordon Braden, Robert Cummings, and Stuart Gillespie
Gordon Braden is Linden Kent Memorial Professor of English at the University of Virginia. He is the author of Renaissance Tragedy and the Senecan Tradition (1985), Petrarchan Love and the Continental Renaissance (1999), and, with William Kerrigan, The Idea of the Renaissance (1989).
Robert Cummings is a Senior Lecturer in English Literature. He has edited Spenser: The Critical Heritage and Seventeenth-Century Poetry for the Blackwell Annotated Anthology series. He is the author of critical and bibliographical articles, mainly on sixteenth and seventeenth-century British poetry (Gavin Douglas, Drummond, Spenser, Jonson, Herbert, Marvell) but also on eighteenth- and nineteenth-century topics. His interests in neo-Latin literature are reflected in publications on Alciati. He is Review Editor of Translation and Literature, and has written on a variety of translation-related topics.
Stuart Gillespie is Reader in English Literature at Glasgow. He has conducted research on both sides of the Atlantic on manuscript English translations from the classics, some of which will be described in his monograph forthcoming from Blackwell. In the field of classical reception he co-edited The Cambridge Companion to Lucretius (with Philip Hardie, 2007), and is currently writing for the Oxford History of Classical Reception in English Literature. He has held visiting fellowships at Yale University and the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington DC. He has acted as an editor, advisor, or contributor on numerous standard reference works and other large projects, including the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, the Oxford Companion to English Literature, the Oxford Guide to Literature in English Translation, the Harvard UP compilation The Classical Tradition, the Dictionary of British Classicists, and The Year's Work in English Studies.
Peter Burke, University of Cambridge
Robert Carver, University of Durham
Danielle Clarke, Trinity College Dublin
A. E. B. Coldiron, Florida State University
Brenda M. Hosington, University of Warwick
Alastair Fowler, University of Edinburgh
Louis Kelly, formerly University of Ottawa
Tom Lockwood, University of Birmingham
Donald Mackenzie, University of Glasgow
Robert Maslen, University of Glasgow
Helen Moore, Corpus Christi College, Oxford
G. W. Pigman III, California Institute of Technology
Glyn Pursglove, University of Swansea
Joshua Scodel, University of Chicago
Robin Sowerby, University of Stirling
Alison Shell, University of Durham
Andrew Taylor, Churchill College, Cambridge
Gillian Wright, University of Birmingham