The Marlowe Society of America

We are a non-profit organization of scholars formed over thirty years ago to promote research and scholarship on Marlowe’s life, works, and times, as well as his relationships with his fellow playwrights and his crucial role in early modern stage history. Each year, we sponsor a session at the annual meeting of the Modern Language Association of America. Every two years we award the Roma Gill prize for the best new work on Marlowe. Every five years, we sponsor an international conference: our eighth will be in Wittenberg, Germany, 10-13 July, 2018. We seek to promote scholarship and to provide information about meetings, publications, productions, and events of interest to Marlovians and to those who study early modern literary history.

The MSA has its own Twitter feed:

Marlowe Studies: An Annual: Special Offer for Members

For subscribers who are already Marlowe Society members in good standing, the individual rate has been reduced from $45 to $30. If you are interested in subscribing, please see the MS:A webpage.

MS:A is sponsored and supported by the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne. We are happy to accept essays for consideration for 2016-17. If you are interested in submitting your work, visit the website, and query the editorial staff by email.

The MSA now has its own Facebook page

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