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Jeffrey Masten, professor of English and Gender & Sexuality Studies at Northwestern, discusses Marlowe's historical tragedy, King Edward II, examining the play's relation to religion and homosexuality through the lenses of queer theory and Reformation theology. The Gottschalk Memorial Lecture was established in memory of Paul Gottschalk, professor of English at Cornell, scholar of British Renaissance literature and author of "The Meanings of Hamlet," who died in 1977 at the age of 38.