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Dr. Willy Maley is Professor of Renaissance Studies (English Literature)  in the School of Criticism at the University of Glasgow. He is a Fellow  of the English Association (FEA), and co-founder with Philip Hobsbaum  in 1995 of Glasgow’s Creative Writing postgraduate programme.  He  has published widely on English Renaissance Literature, from Spenser  to Milton, and on aspects of early modern and modern Scottish and  Irish culture, from James Joyce to Alasdair Gray. He is the author of A  Spenser Chronology (1994), Salvaging Spenser: Colonialism, Culture  and Identity (1997), Nation, State and Empire in English Renaissance  Literature: Shakespeare to Milton (2003), and Muriel Spark for  Starters (2008). He is editor, with Andrew Hadfield, of A View of the  Present State of Ireland: From the First Published Edition (1997). He  has also edited eight collections of essays: with Brendan Bradshaw and Andrew Hadfield, Representing  Ireland: Literature and the Origins of Conflict, 1534-1660 (1993); with Bart Moore-Gilbert and Gareth  Stanton, Postcolonial Criticism (1997); with David J. Baker, British Identities and English Renaissance  Literature (2002); with Andrew Murphy, Shakespeare and Scotland (2004); with Alex Benchimol, Spheres of  Influence: Intellectual and Cultural Publics from Shakespeare to Habermas (2006); with Philip Schwyzer, of  Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly (Ashgate, 2010); with Michael Gardiner, The  Edinburgh Companion to Muriel Spark (2010); and with Margaret Tudeau-Clayton, This England, That  Shakespeare: New Angles on Englishness and the Bard (2010).  
Willy Maley University of Huelva 24th International SEDERI Conference