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Dunne, Derek 2017. Inside the collection: Derek Dunne on Early Modern licences. [Online]. YouTube: Folger Shakespeare Library. Available at:

Dunne, Derek, ed. 2017. Shakespeare in Ireland; An academic blog of Early Modern events and research in Ireland. [Online]. Wordpress. Available at:

Dunne, Derek 2017. Rogues' licence: counterfeiting authority in Early Modern England. Shakespeare Studies 45

Dunne, Derek 2016. The ‘Thyestian’ motif in Antonio’s Revenge and interpolated stage directions. Notes and Queries 63 (3) , pp. 448-450. 10.1093/notesj/gjw103

Dunne, Derek 2016. Blushing on cue: forensics of the blush in Early Modern drama. Shakespeare Bulletin 34 (2) , pp. 233-252. 10.1353/shb.2016.0026

Dunne, Derek 2016. Shakespeare, revenge tragedy and Early Modern law: Vindictive justice. Early Modern Literature in History, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dunne, Derek 2016. Titus (1999) - film adaptation of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus. The Literary Encyclopedia

Dunne, Derek 2015. Re-assessing trial by jury in Early Modern law and literature. Literature Compass 12 (10) , pp. 517-526. 10.1111/lic3.12264

Dunne, Derek 2015. Decentring the law in Hamlet. Law and Humanities 9 (1) , pp. 55-77.

Dunne, Derek 2014. 'Superfluous death' and the mathematics of revenge. Journal of the Northern Renaissance 6

Dunne, Derek 2014. ‘Partialitie in a Iudge, is a Turpitude’: partial judges and impartial revengers in Early Modern English drama. In: Murphy, Kathryn and Traninger, Anita eds. The Emergence of Impartiality: Towards a History of Objectivity, Leiden: Brill,

Dunne, Derek 2013. Playing Shakespeare Project: Interview with a Globe Associate Lecturer. [Online]. YouTube: Shakespeare's Globe. Available at:

Dunne, Derek 2012. Mohammedis Imposturae: that is, a discovery of the manifold forgeries, falsehood, and horrible impieties of the blasphemous seducer Mohammed. Reading East: Irish Sources and Resources , Essay 4.

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