Bio


Stephen Orgel has published widely on the political and historical aspects of Renaissance literature, theater, art history and the history of the book. His work is interdisciplinary, and is increasingly concerned with the patronage system, the nature of representation, and performance practice in the Renaissance. His most recent book is Imagining Shakespeare (2003), and he is the author of The Authentic Shakespeare (2002), Impersonations: The Performance of Gender in Shakespeare's England (Cambridge, 1996), The Illusion of Power (Berkeley, 1975), Inigo Jones (London and Berkeley, 1973, in collaboration with Sir Roy Strong), and The Jonsonian Masque (Cambridge, Mass., 1965). He has edited Ben Jonson's masques, Christopher Marlowe's poems and translations, the Oxford Authors John Milton, The Tempest and The Winter's Tale in The Oxford Shakespeare, Trollope's Lady Anna, and Edith Wharton's The Custom of the Country, The Age of Innocence and The Reef in the Oxford World's Classics. He is the general editor of Cambridge Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture, and of the new Pelican Shakespeare. He has been awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship, NEH Fellowships, and ACLS Fellowships; he has been a Getty Fellow, a visiting fellow at New College, Oxford, and most recently the Clark Lecturer at Trinity College, Cambridge. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Academic Appointments


  • Emeritus Faculty, Acad Council, English

Administrative Appointments


  • visiting professor, villa I Tatti, Harvard University, Fiesole (2014 - 2014)
  • Dean’s Lecturer, University of Melbourne (2013 - 2013)
  • Margaret Dalziel Lecturer, University of Otago (2013 - 2013)
  • Visiting Professor, Nicholson Center for British Studies, University of Chicago (2012 - 2012)
  • Whitney J. Oates Fellow, Princeton Univesity (2012 - 2012)
  • Clark Lecturer, Trinity College, Cambridge (1996 - 1996)
  • Hudson Strode Memorial Professor, University of Alabama (1990 - 1990)
  • Getty Scholar, The Getty Center (1986 - 1987)
  • Professor, Stanford University (1985 - 1987)
  • Visiting Scholar, University of Kansas (1985 - 1985)
  • Fellow, Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University (1983 - 1983)
  • Visiting Fellow, Humboldt University, Berlin (1982 - 1982)
  • Literature, The Johns Hopkins University (1981 - 1985)
  • Sir William Osler Professor of English Literature, The Johns Hopkins University (1981 - 1985)
  • Visiting Fellow, New College (1981 - 1981)
  • Professor, The Johns Hopkins University (1974 - 1981)
  • Professor, University of California Berkeley (1972 - 1974)
  • Visiting Lecturer, University of Reading (1970 - 1971)
  • Assistant Proffesor, University of California Berkeley (1966 - 1972)
  • Assistant Proffesor, University of California Berkeley (1960 - 1966)
  • Instructor, Harvard (1959 - 1960)

Honors & Awards


  • Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • Laurea (Honorary doctorate), Università Cà Foscari (University of Venice) (2017)
  • Academy Award in Literature, American Academy of Arts and Letters (2005)
  • Guggenheim Fellowship, Guggenheim Foundation (2000-2001)
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Senior Fellowship, National Endowment for the Humanities (1993-1994)
  • Fellowship, Getty Foundation (1986-1987)
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Senior Fellowship, National Endowment for the Humanities (1982-1983)
  • ACLS Fellowship, American Council of Learned Societies (1973-1974)
  • ACLS Study Fellowship, American Council of Learned Societies (1967-1968)
  • Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation (1954-1955)
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa Society (1954)

Boards, Advisory Committees, Professional Organizations


  • General Editor, Garland English Texts
  • General Editor, The New Pelican Shakespeare (Penguin)
  • General Editor, Cambridge Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture, Cambridge University Press
  • Member, The Society for Textual Studies
  • Member, Editorial Board, Text
  • Member, Editorial Board, Early Modern Literature Studies
  • Trustee, Shakespeare Association of America (1999 - 2002)
  • Member, The Renaissance English Text Society (1992 - 1996)
  • General Editor, Garland Publications in American and English Literature, Garland Publishing, Inc (1988 - 1988)
  • General Editor, Harvard Dissertations in American and English Literature, Garland Publishing, Inc. (1987 - 1987)
  • General Editor, Satire and Sense (Restoration and 18th Century Texts), Garland Publishing, Inc. (1987 - 1987)
  • Member, Editorial Board, Shakespeare Studies (1983 - 1993)
  • Editor in Chief, Journal of English Literary History (1980 - 1985)
  • Member, Variorum Shakespeare (1980 - 1985)
  • Member, The Renaissance English Text Society (1980 - 1983)
  • General Editor, Renaissance Drama, Garland Publishing, Inc (1979 - 1981)
  • Member, Central Executive Committee, Folger Shakespeare Library (1977 - 1985)
  • Member, Editorial Board, Theater Journal, Theatre Survey (1977 - 1981)
  • Chairman, The English Institute (1977 - 1977)
  • Member, Editorial Board, Journal of English Literary History (1975 - 2012)
  • Member, Board of Supervisors, The English Institute (1974 - 1977)

Professional Education


  • B.A., Columbia University (1954)
  • M.A., Harvard University (1956)
  • Ph.D., Harvard University (1959)

2020-21 Courses


Stanford Advisees


All Publications


  • English Classical: The Reform of Poetry in Elizabethan England ARION-A JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES AND THE CLASSICS Orgel, S. 2019; 27 (2): 43–62
  • The Further Adventures of Ganymede CHILDHOOD, EDUCATION AND THE STAGE IN EARLY MODERN ENGLAND Orgel, S., Preiss, R., Williams, D. 2017: 143–61
  • Shakespeare all'italiana 3rd International Colloquium on Travels and Translations Orgel, S. EDITIONS RODOPI B V. 2013: 375–382
  • Shakespeare and the Art of Forgetting Shakespeare and Renaissance Literary Theories: Anglo-Italian Transactions Orgel, S. edited by Marrapodi, M. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate. 2011
  • Prologue: I am Richard II Representations of Elizabeth I in Early Modern Culture Orgel, S. edited by Petrina, A., Tosi, L. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan. 2011
  • Il commediante come carattere C Il teatro inglese tra Cinquecento e Seicento Orgel, S. edited by Payne, S., Pellis, V. CLEUP Padova. 2011
  • Spectacular Performances Orgel, S. Manchester/Palgrave-Macmillan. 2011
  • The Statue in the Gallery: Ambiguous Art in The Winter’s Tale Lectures de The Winter’s Tale de William Shakespeare Orgel, S. edited by Lemonnier-Texier, D., Winter, G. Rennes: Presses Universitaire de Rennes. 2010
  • Reconstructing the Spectacles of State The Ben Jonson Journal Orgel, S. 2010; 17 (1)
  • Shakespeare, Sexuality and Gender The New Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare Orgel, S. edited by de Grazia, M., Wells, S. Cambridge University Press. 2010
  • What Knights Really Want Thinking Allegory Otherwise Orgel, S. edited by Machosky, B. Stanford University Press. 2010
  • Editing: Art or Science Marginal Textualities, Textus: English Studies in Italy Orgel, S. 2009; Xxii (3)
  • Reading Lady Anne Clifford’s A Mirovr for Magistrates Culture, Patronage and Gender in 17th Century Britain Orgel, S. edited by Hearn, K., Hulse, L. Yorkshire Archeological Society Occasional Paper No. 7. 2009
  • Spenser from the Gutters to the Margins: An Archeology of Reading The Construction of Textual Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Literature, SPELL Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature 22 Orgel, S. edited by Ghose, I., Reavey, D. Gunter Narr Verlag Tübingen. 2009
  • Marginal Textualities. Textus: English Studies in Italy Dente, C., Orgel, S. 2009; xxii (3)
  • Shakespeare and the Art of Forgetting Memory and Invention: Medieval and Renaissance Literature Orgel, S. edited by Berger, A. M., Rossi, M. Leo S. Olschki, Florence. 2009
  • Seeing Through Costume Proceedings of the 2008 Société Française Shakespeare conference Orgel, S. 2008
  • Teaching the History of Books Imprint Orgel, S. 2008
  • The desire and pursuit of the whole (Shakespeare) SHAKESPEARE QUARTERLY Orgel, S. 2007; 58 (3): 290-310
  • Complete Poems and Translations Marlowe, C. edited by Orgel, S. New edition, Penguin Classics. 2007
  • Shakespeare Illustrated The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Popular Culture Orgel, S. edited by Shaughnessy, R. Cambridge. 2007
  • The Afterlife of Lady Macbeth Zyzzyva Orgel, S. 2007; 23 (3)
  • Poetika renesansne kulture: novi historizam Orgel, S. edited by Sporer, D. Zagreb: Disput. 2007
  • Introduction, Shakespeare The Sonnets Orgel, S. edited by Evans, G. B. Cambridge. 2006
  • Entries on ‘Inigo Jones’ and ‘The Masque’ The Oxford Encyclopedia of British Literature Orgel, S. edited by Kastan, D. S. Oxford University Press. 2006
  • The Book of the Play From Performance to Print in Shakespeare’s England Orgel, S. edited by Holland, P., Orgel, S. Huntington Library/ Palgrave. 2006
  • Afterword Shakespeare, Memory and Performance Orgel, S. edited by Holland, P. Cambridge. 2006
  • From Performance to Print in Shakespeare’s England Orgel, S., Holland, P. Huntington Library/ Palgrave. 2006
  • The Age of Innocence Wharton, E. edited by Orgel, S. Oxford World’s Classics. 2006
  • Reading Occasions Renaissance Drama Orgel, S. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press. 2005
  • Well-intended obscurity Around the Globe Orgel, S. 2005; 29
  • Love Letters A Little More Scott, M., Orgel, S. Hobart, Tasmania: Summerhill Publishing. 2005
  • Marginal Maternity: Reading Lady Anne Clifford’s A Mirror for Magistrates Printing and Parenting in Early Modern England Orgel, S. edited by Brooks, D. A. Ashgate. 2005
  • Ganymede agonistes GLQ-A JOURNAL OF LESBIAN AND GAY STUDIES ORGEL, S. 2004; 10 (3): 485-501
  • Shylock’s Tribe Shakespeare and the Mediterranean, 7th International Shakespeare Congress, Valencia, 2001 Orgel, S. edited by Clayton, T., Brock, S., Fores, V. Newark NJ: University of Delaware Press; London, Associated University Press. 2004
  • Foreword Shakespeare’s Songbook Duffin, R. W., Orgel, S. Norton. 2004
  • Foreword In Folio: Rare Volumes in the Stanford University Libraries Orgel, S. Stanford University Libraries. 2004
  • Introduction to From Script to Stage Early Modern England Orgel, S. edited by Holland, P., Orgel, S. Huntington Library/ Palgrave. 2004
  • The Portable Shakespeare edited by Orgel, S. Penguin. 2004
  • From Script to Stage in Early Modern England Holland, P., Orgel, S. Huntington Library/Palgrave. 2004
  • Original copies (Shakespeare portraiture) WORD & IMAGE ORGEL, S. 2003; 19 (1-2): 115-132
  • Plagiarism and Original Sin Plagiarism in Early Modern England Orgel, S. edited by Kewes, P. Palgrave Macmillan. 2003
  • Othello and the End of Comedy Shakespeare and Comedy Orgel, S. edited by Hallond, P. Cambridge University Press. 2003
  • Imagining Shakespeare Orgel, S. Palgrave. 2003
  • The case for 'Comus' (John Milton) REPRESENTATIONS ORGEL, S. 2003: 31-45
  • The Complete Pelican Shakespeare edited by Braunmuller, A. R., Orgel, S. Pelican Classics. 2002
  • Afterword: Records of Culture Books and Readers in Early Modern England Orgel, S. edited by Andersen, J., Sauer, E. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2002
  • ‘Mr Who He?,’ review article on Shakespeare’s poems and sonnets London Review of Books Orgel, S. 2002; 24 (15)
  • Introduction The Key Keeper Jonson, B., Orgel, S. edited by Knowles, J. The Foundling Press. 2002
  • The Authentic Shakespeare, and Other Problems of the Early Modern Stage Orgel, S. Routledge. 2002
  • Pericles Prince of Tyre edited by Orgel, S. New Pelican Shakespeare. 2001
  • Cymbeline at Santa Cruz Shakespeare Quarterly Orgel, S. 2001; 52 (2)
  • The Sonnets edited by Orgel, S. New Pelican Shakespeare. 2001
  • Tobacco and boys - How queer was Marlowe? GLQ-A JOURNAL OF LESBIAN AND GAY STUDIES ORGEL, S. 2000; 6 (4): 555-576
  • Introduction Henry V, War Criminal Sutherland, J., Watts, C., Orgel, S. Oxford. 2000
  • Macbeth edited by Orgel, S. New Pelican Shakespeare. 2000
  • Textual Icons: Reading Early Modern Illustrations The Renaissance Computer Orgel, S. edited by Rhodes, N., Sawday, J. Routledge. 2000
  • The Taming of the Shrew edited by Orgel, S. New Pelican Shakespeare. 2000
  • Impersonations: The Performance of Gender in Shakespeare's England Orgel, S. Japanese edition, Nagoya University Press. 2000
  • What Is an Editor A Shakespeare Reader Brown, R. D., Johnson, D., Orgel, S. Macmillan/The Open University. 2000
  • Jonson and the Arts The Cambridge Companion to Ben Jonson Orgel, S. edited by Harp , R., Stewart, S. Cambridge University Press. 2000
  • Margins of Truth The Renaissance Text Orgel, S. edited by Murphy, A. Manchester University Press. 2000
  • Idols of the Gallery: Becoming a Connoisseur in Renaissance England Early Modern Visual Culture Orgel, S. edited by Erickson, P., Hulse, C. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2000
  • Macbeth and the Antic Round Shakespeare Survey Orgel, S. 1999; 52
  • King Lear edited by Orgel, S. New Pelican Shakespeare. 1999
  • Shakespeare: The Critical Complex Keilen, S., Orgel, S. Garland. 1999; 10
  • King Lear: The Quarto and Folio Texts edited by Orgel, S. New Pelican Shakespeare. 1999
  • Why Did the English Stage Take Boys for Women? Teaching Shakespeare through Performance Orgel, S. edited by Riggio, M. C. Modern Language Association of America. 1999
  • What's the Globe good for? (Experiencing authentic theater visually and acoustically) SHAKESPEARE QUARTERLY ORGEL, S. 1998; 49 (2): 191-194
  • Marginal Jonson The Politics of the Stuart Court Masque Orgel, S. edited by Bevington, D., Holbrook, P. Cambridge University Press. 1998
  • The Winter’s Tale: A Modern Perspective The Winter’s Tale Orgel, S. edited by Mowat, B. A., Werstine, P. New Folger Library Shakespeare. 1998
  • The Reef Wharton, E. edited by Orgel, S. Oxford World's Classics. 1998
  • Boys Will Be Girls Around the Globe Orgel, S. 1997
  • THE STATUS OF EVIDENCE - A ROUNDTABLE PMLA-PUBLICATIONS OF THE MODERN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA AMRINE, F., Banta, M., Compagnon, A., DUBROW, H., Fernandez, J. D., HOUCHINS, S., Mitchell, W. J., ORGEL, S., Radway, J., Todd, W. M., VANDERMEULEN, D. L., Vickers, N. J. 1996; 111 (1): 21-31
  • What Is an Editor Shakespeare Studies Orgel, S. 1996; 24
  • The Winter's Tale edited by Orgel, S. The Oxford Shakespeare. 1996
  • What Is a Character Text Orgel, S. 1996; 8
  • Impersonations: The Performance of Gender in Shakespeare's England Orgel, S. Cambridge University Press. 1996
  • Gendering the Crown Subject and Object in Renaissance Culture Orgel, S. edited by de Grazia, M., Quilligan, M., Stallybrass, P. Cambridge. 1996
  • INSOLENT WOMEN AND MANLIKE APPAREL + COSTUMES IN ELIZABETHAN THEATER TEXTUAL PRACTICE ORGEL, S. 1995; 9 (1): 5-25
  • The Custom of the Country Wharton, E. edited by Orgel, S. Oxford World's Classics. 1995
  • The Play of Conscience Performativity and Performance Orgel, S. edited by Parker, A., Kosofsky, E. New York:Routledge. 1995
  • The Comedian as the Character C English Comedy Orgel, S., et al edited by Cordner, M., et al Cambridge. 1994
  • Selected Poems, Oxford Poetry Library Milton, J. edited by Orgel, S. Oxford. 1994
  • Acting Scripts, Performing Texts Crisis in Editing: Texts of the English Renaissance Orgel, S. edited by McLeod, R. NY: AMS Press. 1994
  • Il teatro elisabettiano Orgel, S. edited by Innocenti, L. Bologna:Il Mulino. 1994
  • Teaching the Postmodern Renaissance Professions of Desire: Lesbian and Gay Studies in Literature Orgel, S. edited by Haggerty, G. E., Zimmerman, B. Modern Language Association of America. 1994
  • Why in England did Boys Play Women? Shakespeare Nihyô no Genzai Orgel, S. edited by Aoyama, M., Kawachi, Y. Tokyo: Kenkyusha. 1993
  • ON DILDOS AND FADINGS + PORNOGRAPHY IN ENGLISH RENAISSANCE TEXTS ANQ-A QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF SHORT ARTICLES NOTES AND REVIEWS ORGEL, S. 1992; 5 (2-3): 106-111
  • KNOWING THE CHARACTER + SCENES OF WRITING IN SHAKESPEAREAN DRAMAS ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANGLISTIK UND AMERIKANISTIK ORGEL, S. 1992; 40 (2): 124-129
  • The Subtexts of The Roaring Girl Erotic Politics Orgel, S. edited by Zimmerman, S. Erotic Politics. 1992
  • THE POETICS OF INCOMPREHENSIBILITY + IN SHAKESPEAREAN AND RENAISSANCE TEXTS AND PUBLIC DISCOURSE 1991 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SHAKESPEARE ASSOC OF AMERICA ORGEL, S. FOLGER SHAKESPEARE LIBRARY. 1991: 431–37
  • What is a text? Staging the Renaissance Orgel, S. edited by Scott, D., Stallybrass, P. 1991
  • The Illusion of Power Orgel, S. 1991
  • John Milton (The Oxford Authors) Milton, J. edited by Orgel, S. 1991
  • Counterfeit Presentments: Shakespeare's Ekphrasis England and the Continental Renaissance Orgel, S. edited by Chaney, E., Mack, P. Boydell. 1990
  • Jonson and the Amazons Soliciting Interpretation Orgel, S. edited by Harvey, E. D., Maus, K. E. 1990
  • Lady Anna Trollope, A. edited by Orgel, S. Oxford World's Classics. 1990
  • NOBODYS-PERFECT - OR WHY DID THE ENGLISH STAGE TAKE BOYS FOR WOMEN SOUTH ATLANTIC QUARTERLY ORGEL, S. 1989; 88 (1): 7-29
  • Nobody's Perfect, or Why Did the English Stage Take Boys for Women? Displacing Homophobia Orgel, S. edited by Butters, R. R., Clum, J. M., Moon, M. Durham, NC. 1989
  • PLATO, THE MAGI, AND CAROLINE POLITICS + JONES,INIGO - A READING OF THE 'TEMPLE OF LOVE' WORD & IMAGE ORGEL, S. 1988; 4 (3-4): 663-677
  • THE AUTHENTIC SHAKESPEARE REPRESENTATIONS ORGEL, S. 1988: 1-26
  • Prospero's Wife Representing the English Renaissance Orgel, S. edited by Greenblatt, S. Berkeley. 1988
  • The Tempest edited by Orgel, S. The Oxford Shakespeare, Oxford. 1987
  • L'Immagine e la Parola Orgel, S. Saggiatore. 1987
  • Prospero's Wife Rewriting the Renaissance Orgel, S. edited by Ferguson, M. W., Quilligan, M., Vickers, N. J. Chicago. 1986
  • Shakespeare and the Cannibals Cannibals, Witches and Divorce: Estranging the Renaissance Orgel, S. edited by Garber, M. Baltimore. 1986
  • SHAKESPEARE IN STUNNING FULL COLOR + COMIC-BOOK VERSIONS OF THE BARDS CLASSICS WORD & IMAGE ORGEL, S. 1985; 1 (3): 273-277
  • Shakespeare and the Cannibals Cannibals, Witches and Divorce: Estranging the Renaissance Orgel, S. English Institute Papers. 1985
  • The Spectacles of State Persons in Groups Orgel, S. edited by Trexler, R. C. Binghampton, N.Y.. 1985
  • Making Greatness Familiar Pageantry in the Shakespearean Theater Orgel, S. edited by Bergeron, D. M. Athens, GA. 1984
  • The Example of Hercules Mythographie der frühen Neuzeit Orgel, S. edited by Killy, W. Wolfenbüttler Forschungen Band 27. 1984
  • SHAKESPEARE IMAGINES A THEATER + SPECULATIONS ON THE RENAISSANCE WAY OF CONCEIVING THEATER POETICS TODAY ORGEL, S. 1984; 5 (3): 549-561
  • Prospero's Wife Representations Orgel, S. 1984; 8
  • Shakespeare Imagines a Theater Shakespeare, Man of the Theater Orgel, S., et al edited by Muir, K., et al 1983
  • The Jonsonian Masque Orgel, S. Morningside Edition,Columbia . 1982
  • The Royal Theater and the Role of King Patronage in the Renaissance Orgel, S. edited by Lytle, G. F., Orgel, S. Princeton. 1982
  • MAKING GREATNESS FAMILIAR + ELIZABETHAN THEATER AND CHIVALRIC CODE GENRE ORGEL, S. 1982; 15 (1-2): 41-48
  • Patronage in the Renaissance, A Collection of Essays Lytle, G. F., Orgel, S. Princeton. 1982
  • What is a Text? Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama Orgel, S. 1981; 24
  • THE RENAISSANCE ARTIST AS PLAGIARIST ELH-ENGLISH LITERARY HISTORY ORGEL, S. 1981; 48 (3): 476-495
  • SHAKESPEARE OBSERVED + 'SHAKESPEARE THE GLOBE AND THE WORLD', EXHIBITION SHAKESPEARE QUARTERLY ORGEL, S. 1980; 31 (2): 133-141
  • SHAKESPEARE AND THE KINDS OF DRAMA CRITICAL INQUIRY ORGEL, S. 1979; 6 (1): 107-123
  • The Philosophy of Images Orgel, S. Garland. 1979
  • JONES,INIGO - AN ALLEGORY RECOVERED JOURNAL OF THE WARBURG AND COURTAULD INSTITUTES ORGEL, S. 1977; 40: 314-?
  • The Renaissance and the Gods Orgel, S. Garland. 1976
  • The Renaissance Imagination: Lectures and Essays of D. J. Gordon Orgel, S. 1975
  • The Illusion of Power Orgel, S. 1974
  • Inigo Jones: The Theatre of the Stuart Court Orgel, S. California/Parke Bernet . 1973
  • The King's Arcadia Harris, J., Strong, R., Orgel, S. The Arts Council of Great Britain. 1973
  • Inigo Jones's Persian Entertainment AARP [Art & Archeology Research Papers Orgel, S. 1972; 2
  • The Poetics of Spectacle New Literary History Orgel, S. 1971; 2
  • Inigo Jones on Stonehenge Prose Orgel, S. 1971; 3
  • Complete Poems and Translations Marlowe, C. edited by Orgel, S. Penguin. 1971
  • Florimene and the Ante-Masques Renaissance Drama Orgel, S. 1971
  • Affecting the Metaphysics Harvard English Studies Orgel, S. 1971; 2
  • Selected Masques Jonson, B. edited by Orgel, S. Yale. 1970
  • The Complete Masques, Jonson, B. edited by Orgel, S. Yale. 1969
  • To Make Boards to Speak: Inigo Jones's Stage and the Jonsonian Masque Renaissance Drama Orgel, S. 1968
  • The Jonsonian Masque Orgel, S. 1967
  • On Judging Faculty The Contemporary University: U.S.A. Orgel, S., Zwerdling, A. edited by Morison, R. S. Houghton Mifflin. 1966
  • The Jonsonian Masque Orgel, S. Harvard. 1965
  • Sidney's Experiment in Pastoral Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes Orgel, S. 1963; 26
  • New Uses of Adversity: Tragic Experience in The Tempest In Defense of Reading Orgel, S. edited by Brower, R. A., Poirier, R. Dutton. 1962