This is a list of publications by Michael Witmore and Jonathan Hope (and collaborators) relating to the themes of this blog.

If publications are open access on-line, there will be a link to them.

Other publications will have full details and (where possible) a downloadable pre-print version. If we have posted something you think we shouldn’t have, please contact us to request it be taken down (


Jonathan Hope and Michael Witmore, “The very large textual object: a prosthetic reading of Shakespeare”, Early Modern Literary Studies, 9.3, Special Issue 12, January 2004, 6.1-36


Michael Witmore and Jonathan Hope, “Shakespeare by the Numbers: On the Linguistic Texture of the Late Plays”, in Subha Mukherji and Raphael Lynne, eds, Early Modern Tragicomedy, Cambridge, D.S. Brewer, 2007, pp. 133-153  PDF: Witmore Hope 2007


Jonathan Hope and Michael Witmore, “The hundredth psalm to the tune of ‘Green Sleeves’: Digital Approaches to the Language of Genre”, Shakespeare Quarterly, 61, no. 3, Fall 2010, pp. 357-90 PDF: 05.61.3.Hope.Witmore.Color


Michael Witmore and Jonathan Hope, “Après le déluge, More Criticism: Philology, Literary History and Ancestral Reading in the Coming Post-Transcription World”, Renaissance Drama, 40, 2012, pp. 135-50 PDF: HopeWitmoreApresDeluge WNW2


Jonathan Hope and Michael Witmore, “The Language of Macbeth”, chapter in Macbeth: The State of Play, edited by Ann Thompson, London, Bloomsbury (Arden), 2014, pp. 183-208 PDF: Macbeth language HW2014

Jonathan Hope et Michael Witmore, « Quantification and the language of later Shakespeare »Actes des congrès de la Société française Shakespeare [En ligne], 31 | 2014

Jonathan Hope and Michael Witmore, ‘Hamlet in Five Words‘, Globe to Globe Hamlet Blog


Michael Witmore and Jonathan Hope, ‘Books in Space: Adjacency, EEBO-TCP, and Early-Modern Dramatists’, in Laura Estill, Diane K. Jakacki, and Michael Ullyot (eds), Early Modern Studies After the Digital Turn, pp. 9-34 02 Witmore and Hope-3 copy

Michael Witmore, Jonathan Hope, and Michael Gleicher, ‘Digital approaches to Shakespearean tragedy’, in Michael Neill and David Schalkwyk (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Shakespearean Tragedy (Oxford), pp. 316-335


Anupam Basu, Jonathan Hope, and Michael Witmore, ‘The professional and linguistic communities of Early Modern dramatists’,  in Roger Sell, Anthony W. Johnson, and Helen Wilcox (eds), Community-making in Early Stuart Theatres: Stage and Audience  (Ashgate), pp. 61-94 WH7 Networks and Communities



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