“Perilous Venture: A Jew in the Medici Court.” Review of Edward Goldberg, Jews and Magic in Medici Florence: The Secret World of Benedetto Blanis (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011). Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme 37.2 (2014): 171-73. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/14/perilous-venture-a-jew-in-the-medici-court.

“Antisemitism in Renaissance England: Marlowe's Jew of Malta.” Review of Mathew R. Martin, ed., The Jew of Malta. Christopher Marlowe (Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press, 2012). Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme 36.3 (Summer 2013), 193-95. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/14/antisemitism-in-renaissance-england-marlowes-jew-of-malta.

“The A and B Texts of Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus Reconsidered.” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 100.2 (June 2006): 227-57. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/the-a-and-b-texts-of-marlowes-doctor-faustus-revisited.

“Playwright, brawler, lover, spy.” Review of Louise Welsh, Tamburlaine Must Die; and of David Riggs, The World of Christopher Marlowe. The Globe and Mail (19 March 2005). http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/14/playwright-brawler-lover-spy.

“Ben Jonson's Skeptical Friend: Gorgias in the English Renaissance.” http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/ben-jonsons-skeptical-friend-gorgias-in-the-english-renaissance.

“'Fairer than the evening air': Marlowe’s Gnostic Helen of Troy and the Tropes of Belatedness and Historical Mediation.” In Fantasies of Troy: Classical Tales and the Social Imaginary in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, eds. Alan Shepard and Stephen D. Powell. Toronto: CRRS, 2004. 39-62. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/fairer-than-the-evening-air-marlowes-gnostic-helen-of-troy-and-the-tropes-of-belatedness-and-historical-mediation.

“Rooke’s Hooker: Prolepsis, Natural Law, Decentring in Shakespeare’s Dog.” In White Gloves of the Doorman: The Works of Leon Rooke, ed. Branko Gorjup. Toronto: Exile Editions, 2004. 211-35. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/rookes-hooker-prolepsis-natural-law-decentring-in-shakespeares-dog.

“Text, Apparatus, History.” In Elizabethan Theatre XV, eds. A. Lynne Magnusson and C. E. McGee. Toronto: P. D. Meany, 2002. 128-54. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/text-apparatus-history.

“Forging Freedom: Critical Humanist Strategies Against Corporatism.” Munro Beattie Lecture, 1999-2000 (invited). Carleton University, 11 February 2000. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/14/forging-freedom-critical-humanist-strategies-of-resistance-to-corporatism-the-munro-beattie-lecture-1999-2000-carleton-university.

“Sir Philip Sidney’s Aesthetic of Delight.” Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Toronto, 22-25 October 1998. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/sidneys-aesthetic-of-delight.

“'Inter inextricabiles ... difficultatum tenebras': Ficino’s Pimander and the Gendering of Cartesian Subjectivity.” Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme 22.1 (Winter 1998): 23-34. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/inter-inextricabiles-difficultatum-tenebras-ficinos-pimander-and-the-gendering-of-cartesian-subjectivity.

“Violence and Extremity: Nashe’s Unfortunate Traveller as an Anatomy of Abjection.” In Critical Approaches to English Prose Fiction 1520-1640, ed. Donald Beecher. Ottawa: Dovehouse Editions, 1998. 183-218. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/violence-and-extremity-nashes-unfortunate-traveller-as-an-anatomy-of-abjection.

“Empson's Hard-Won Grace.” Review of William Empson, Essays on Renaissance Literature, Volume One: Donne and the New Philosophy. Ed. John Haffenden. Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme 21.1 (Winter 1997): 65-67. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/14/empsons-hard-won-grace.

“Ponderous / Illuminating: Two New Editions of Marlowe's Edward II.” Review of Richard Rowland, ed., The Complete Works of Christopher Marlowe, Volume III: Edward II; and of Charles R. Forker, ed., Christopher Marlowe: Edward the Second. Marlowe Society of America Newsletter 15.2 (Winter 1996): 2-3. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/14/ponderous-illuminating-two-new-editions-of-marlowes-edward-ii.

“Making Sense of the Primary Source of Marlowe's Doctor Faustus.” Review of John Henry Jones. ed. The English Faust Book: a critical edition based on the text of 1592. Essays in Theatre, 15.1 (November 1996): 108-110. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/11/making-sense-of-the-primary-source-of-marlowes-doctor-faustus.

“Shakespeare the American.” Review of Michael Bristol, Shakespeare's America, America's Shakespeare. English Studies in Canada 19.4 (December 1993): 497-500. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/11/shakespeare-the-american.

“Self-Image and Spectacle in Tamburlaine and Doctor Faustus.” In Spectacle et image dans l'Europe de la Renaissance, ed. André Lascombes. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1993. 109-34. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/self-image-and-spectacle-in-tamburlaine-and-doctor-faustus.

“Bruno, Faustus, Hamlet.” Review of Hilary Gatti, The Renaissance Drama of Knowledge: Giordano Bruno in England. Sidney Newsletter & Journal 12.1 (1992): 55-56. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/11/bruno-faustus-hamlet.

“Webster's Great Tragedies.” Review of Christina Luckyj, A Winter’s Snake: Dramatic Form in the Tragedies of John Webster. University of Toronto Quarterly 61.1 (Fall 1991): 129-130. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/11/websters-great-tragedies.

“Agrippa.” In The Spenser Encyclopedia, ed. A.C. Hamilton et al. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1991. 10-11. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/11/agrippa.

“Mars and the Carthaginians (Doctor Faustus, Prologue, line 2).” Cahiers Élizabéthains 38 (October 1990): 62-65. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/mars-and-the-carthaginians-doctor-faustus-prologue-line-2.

“Right Eye and Left Heel: Ideological Origins of the Legend of Faustus.” Mosaic 22.2 (Spring 1989): 79-94. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/right-eye-and-left-heel-ideological-origins-of-the-legend-of-faustus.

“Marlowe's 'Sick Elementals'.” Review of Clifford Leech, Christopher Marlowe: Poet for the Stage, ed. Anne Lancashire. University of Toronto Quarterly 58.1 (1988): 108-110. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/11/marlowes-sick-elementals.

“Accommodation and Synecdoche: Calvin’s God in King Lear.” Shakespeare Studies 20 (1988): 147-168. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/accommodation-and-synecdoche-calvins-god-in-king-lear.

“The First New A-Text Edition of Doctor Faustus.” Review of Christopher Marlowe, Dr Faustus: The A-Text, ed. David Ormerod and Christopher Wortham. Journal of English and Germanic Philology 86.3 (1987): 402-404. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/14/the-first-new-a-text-edition-of-doctor-faustus.

“Theorizing Shakespeare.” Review of Shakespeare and the Question of Theory, ed. Patricia Parker and Geoffrey Hartman. University of Toronto Quarterly 57.1 (1987): 109-111. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/11/theorizing-shakespeare.

“History and the Canon: The Case of Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus.” University of Toronto Quarterly 56.4 (Summer 1987): 498-522. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/history-and-the-canon-the-case-of-marlowes-doctor-faustus.

“Thomas Vaughan, Henry More, and the Semiotics of Primal Matter.” Review of The Works of Thomas Vaughan, ed. Alan Rudrum. English Studies in Canada 12.1 (1986): 108-114. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/thomas-vaughan-henry-more-and-the-semiotics-of-primal-matter.

“Misreading Faustus Misreading: The Question of Context.” The Dalhousie Review 65.4 (Winter 1985-86): 511-533. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/misreading-faustus-misreading-the-question-of-context.

“Verbal Magic and the Problem of the A and B Texts of Doctor Faustus.” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 82.3 (July 1983): 324-346. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/verbal-magic-and-the-problem-of-the-a-and-b-texts-of-doctor-faustus.

“Le Dieu de Calvin et le langage du destin et de la fortune dans la tragédie de la Renaissance française.” Revue de l'Université Sainte-Anne (1982): 8-18. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/le-dieu-de-calvin-et-le-langage-du-destin-et-de-la-fortune-dans-la-tragdie-de-la-renaissance-franaise.

“Formal Closure and Catharsis in Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus.” Revue de l'Université Sainte-Anne (1981): 12-15. http://www.michaelkeefer.com/blog/2015/9/10/formal-closure-and-catharsis-in-marlowes-doctor-faustus.