Marlowe Society of America
Summary: A non-profit organization of scholars promoting research on the life, works, and times of Marlowe. MSA sponsor an international conference every five years (Canterbury 2008), and award the Roma Gill Prize for the best work on Marlowe every two. Their old website contains some old newsletters and reviews; most of their new site is only accessible to members.
Website Link: https://apps.carleton.edu/hosted/msa/
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Marlowe at Luminarium
Summary: The excellent Luminarium Anthology of English Literature site provides a comprehensive portal of articles, quotes, links and images for every notable English author, including Marlowe. 1910 essay on Marlowe is reproduced in the biography slot. Plus an extensive list of books on Marlowe.
Website Link: http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/marlowe.htm
Marlowe at Wikipedia
Summary: The page on Christopher Marlowe at Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia, contains summary sections on his life, career as a government agent, his death at Deptford, his works, as well as considering his reputation, atheism and sexuality. There’s also a reading list and links to external sites.
Website Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_Marlowe
Marlowe’s Last Bow
Summary: A newly published pamphlet by Trevor Fisher examines the records discovered by Hotson in 1925 and considers the subsequent views & controversies that have arisen about Marlowe’s death in the context of Elizabethan politics & with particular reference to the flaws in the official account identified by Eugenie de Kalb.