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Ton Hoenselaars
English Department, Utrecht University
Trans 10, 3512 JK, Utrecht, The Netherlands

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Ton Hoenselaars is Professor of Early Modern English Literature and Culture in the English Department of Utrecht University. He is the founding Chairman of the Shakespeare Society of the Low Countries (SGNV) and President of the European Shakespeare Research Association (ESRA). He was the 2012 Sam Wanamaker Fellow at Shakespeare's Globe (London).

He is the author of Images of Englishmen and Foreigners in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries (1992). He has edited, alone or with others, Shakespeare's Italy (1993, revised edition 1997), Denken over Dichten (1993), Reclamations of Shakespeare (1994), The Italian World of English Renaissance Drama (1997), Vreemd Volk (1997), Jeanne d'Arc entre les nations (1997), English Literature and the Other Languages (1999), The Author as Character (1999), Traveling Theory (1999), Shakespeare and the Language of Translation (2004), Shakespeare's History Plays (2004), and Challenging Humanism (2005). He has also written on Emily Brontė, James Joyce, T. E. Lawrence and Joseph Conrad, and is currently writing a monograph on Shakespeare and World War I.