An inquiry into Shakespeare's cultural and political resonances across the Indian and Atlantic Ocean worlds.
Acknowledgements 1: Introducing the Global South 2: Creolization 3: Indigenization 4: Africanization 5: Diasporic disruptions 6: Afterword: Insurgent Cosmopolitanism in the South Notes Bibliography Index
Sandra Young is an Associate Professor at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. She is the author of The Early Modern Global South in Print: Textual Form and the Production of Human Difference as Knowledge. Her research interests include Early modern literature and thought and Shakespeare in the Global South.