Selected Publications

Articles In Academic Journals

Year Title
2017 The Two-Faced Muslim in the Early Modern Imagination: The Cultural Archaeology of a Modern Political DialecticFrancis and Taylor. 31-46.
2016 'They Say...' Indian Talkback as Indiaspeak in Ralph Ditch's Account of India in 1583The Sixteenth Century Journal. 305-325.
2015 Othello: The State of the ArtBloomsbury. 83-103.
2014 The Black Alien in Othello: Beyond the European ImmigrantShakespeare and Immigration, Ashgate Publishing. 135-158.
2013 Othello's 'Malignant Turk' and George Manwaring's A True Discourse: The Cultural Politics of a Textual DerivationMaRDiE (Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England). 2017-2039.
2013 The Resonables of Boroughside, Southwark: An Elizabethan Black Family near the Rose TheaterJournal of the British Shakespeare Association.
2007 Racial Impersonation on the Elizabethan Stage: The Case of Shakespeare Playing AaronMedieval and Renaissance Drama in England. 17-45.
2006 East Indians in Early Modern England as ‘The First Fruits of India’: Colonial Effacement and Postcolonial Re-inscription.”Journal of Narrative Theory. 1-13.
2004 Shakespeare’s Spectral Turks: The Postcolonial Poetics of a Mimetic NarrativeNew Studies in the Shakespearean Heroine: A Publication of the Shakespeare Yearbook. 237-70.
2000 Hel’s Perfect Character’ or The Blackamoor Maid in Early Modern English Drama: The Postcolonial Cultural History of a Dramatic TypeLiterature Interpretation Theory. 277-304.
1996 Interrogating Cultures: Hybridity as Third Space in V.S. Naipaul's A House for Mr. Biswas, R.K. Narayan's The Guide, and Salman Rushdie's Midnight's ChildrenStudies in the Humanities. 28-52.
1996 Reading Black Women Characters in English Renaissance LiteratureRenaissance Papers. 67-80.
1995 Hystericizing Shakespeare. Review of Linda Charnes' Notorious Identity: Materializing the Subject in Shakespeare. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993South Carolina Review. 163-65.
1994 `I Am Not What I Am:' Reflexivity in the Shakespearean SoliloquyHalcyon. 205-22.
1994 `Never Doubt I Love': Misreading HamletCollege Literature. 19-32.
1993 Mamet, Bakhtin, and the Dramatic: The Demotic as a Variable of Addressivity.” The David Mamet Review 4 (1997): 14. (Review of Ilkka Joki's Mamet, Bakhtin, and the Dramatic: The Demotic as a Variable of AddressivityAbo Akademi University Press.
1991 The Properties of Othello. Review of James L. Calderwood's The Properties of Othello. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1989Shakespeare Yearbook.
1989 `Which is the Merchant here and which the Jew?' Alternating Characterization in The Merchant of VeniceDhaka University Studies (Bangladesh) Part A. 17-34.
1987 Structural and Thematic Aspects of Eugene O'Neill's Mourning Becomes ElectraHarvest. 1-23.
1987 The Use of the Family in Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night and in Arthur Miller's Death of a SalesmanBangladesh Journal of American Studies. 65-77.
1986 Elizabethan Pictorial Anamorphism and Shakespeare's Pluralistic Concepts of Character: Some Parallels and A Possible Methodology for A Comprehensive Study. Part TwoCollected Essays Center for Advanced Research in the Humanities Dhaka University. 1-29.
1986 The Shattered Rainbow: An Essay on Tennessee Williams' The Glass MenagerieForm A Magazine of the Arts. 38-54.
1985 G. Wilson Knight's Shakespeare Criticism: An EstimateDhaka University Studies. Part A. 30-53.
1985 Superior Man and the Question of Responsibility: A Reading of Paradise Lost.Dhaka University Studies (Bangladesh) Part A. 60-71.
1977 Some Old Problems in Shakespeare: An Exercise in Defining Dramatic MethodDhaka University Studies. Part A. 90-119.

Books

Year Title
2008 Black Lives in the English Archives 1500-1677: Imprints of the Invisible.  London.
2000 Shakespeare and Race: Postcolonial Praxis in the Early Modern Period.  University Press of America.
1993 Shakespeare's Pluralistic Concepts of Character: A Study in Dramatic Anamorphism.  Cranbury, N.J..
1986 Tennessee Williams: A Descriptive Bibliography.  Dhaka (Bangladesh).

Chapters

Year Title
2017 Drowned in Westminister: A Social Catastrophe in a West London Suburb 1550-1650Catastrophe, Gender and Urban Experience, 1648-1920. Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge.

Keywords

  • Literature : Shakespeare/English Renaissance / Colonial and Postcolonial Experiences, Theory and History / Indian Subcontinent - Culture, History, Politics, Literature / Immigrant Experiences / Race/Minority Issues
  • Shakespeare : Shakespeare/English Renaissance / Colonial and Postcolonial Experiences, Theory and History / Indian Subcontinent - Culture, History, Politics, Literature / Immigrant Experiences / Race/Minority Issues
  • Education And Training

  • Ph.D. in Literature-Renaissance, Indiana University 1984
  • M.A., New College 1976
  • B.A. in Honors in English Literature, New College 1973
  • Full Name

  • Imtiaz Habib