Monday, April 22, 2013

Comparative Drama is pleased to announce the publication of our Spring 2013 issue, volume 47.1.  This issue includes the following contributions:


Lurana Donnels O’Malley: Staging the Color Line: Alice Dunbar Nelson’s Imagined Hawai’i as African-American Allegory

Robert Vork: Silencing Violence: Repetition and Revolution in Mother Courage and Her Children

Peter Ramey: The Audience-Interactive Games of the Middle English Religious Drama

Emma Katherine Atwood: Fashionably Late: Queer Temporality and the Restoration Fop


Aurélie C. Capron: Molière and Paradox: Skepticism and Theater in the Early Modern Age, by James F. Gaines

Max Harris: A King Travels: Festive Traditions in Late Medieval and Early Modern Spain, by Teofilo F. Ruiz

Sofie Kluge: Spectacle, Rhetoric and Power: The Triumphal Entry of Prince Philip of Spain into Antwerp, by Stijn Bussels

William Storm: Urban Drama: The Metropolis in Contemporary North American Plays, by J. Chris Westgate

Anette Pankratz: Heritage, Nostalgia and Modern British Theatre: Staging the Victorians, by Benjamin Poore

Robert Connick: Cruelty and Desire in the Modern Theater: Antonin Artaud, Sarah Kane, and Samuel Beckett, by Laurens De Vos

Baylee Brits: Samuel Beckett: Laughing Matters, Comic Timing, by Laura Salisbury

Francesca Royster- Passing Strange: Shakespeare, Race, and Contemporary America, by Ayanna Thompson

Peter Kirwan: Europe’s Languages on England’s Stages, 1590–1620, by Marianne Montgomery 

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