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Bradley D. Ryner is the author of Performing Economic Thought: English Drama and Mercantile Writing, 1600-1642 (University of Edinburgh Press, 2014) and the co-editor, along with Darlene Farabee and Mark Netzloff, of Early Modern Drama in Performance: Essays in Honor of Lois Potter (University of Delaware Press, 2014). His teaching interests include: Shakespeare and Renaissance drama; British literature to 1700; drama as a genre; literary theory and cultural studies.
Ryner is an associate professor in the Department of English at Arizona State University.
Ph.D. University of Delaware
sixteenth- and seventeenth-century drama, history of economic thought, Actor Network Theory, questions of ontology and agency in early English texts and society.
Bradley D. Ryner. Performing Economic Thought: English Drama and Mercantile Writing, 1600-1642. (2014).
Bradley D. Ryner. Anxieties of Currency Exchange in Middleton and Rowley's The Changeling. Money, Morality, and Culture in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (2010).
Bradley D. Ryner. Not by Record but by Discourse: The Emergence of 'Economics' as a Genre. Elizabethan and Jacobean England: Sources and Documents of the English Renaissance (2010).
Bradley D. Ryner. Review of Revenge of a King, performed by the Black Theatre Troupe, Phoenix, AZ (8-25 Jan. 2009). Shakespeare Bulletin (2009).
Bradley D. Ryner. "Commodity Fetishism in Richard Brome’s A Mad Couple Well Matched and its Sources". Early Modern Literary Studies (2008).
Bradley D. Ryner. The Panoramic View in Mercantile Thought: Or, A Merchant's Map of Cymbeline. Global Traffic: Discourse and Practices of Trade in English Literature and Culture from 1550 to 1700 (2008).
Bradley D. Ryner. Review of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night by the Russian Theatre Confederation, directed by Declan Donnellan, 2006 US Tour. Shakespeare (2007).
Bradley D. Ryner. King Lear as Performed by the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC in 2000. King Lear: Shakespeare in Performance (2007).
Bradley Ryner. "Exchanging Battle: Objective and Subjective Conflict in The Battle of Maldon". English Studies (2006).
Ryner, Bradley David. Entries on: English Shakespeare Company, Michael Gambon, Globe Reconstructions, Terry Hands, Robert Hardy, Alan Howard, William Hutt, James Earl Jones, Julia Marlowe, Helen Mirren, Motley, Adrian Noble, Old Vic, Antony Sher, Nicol Williamson, Peter Zadek. The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare (2001).