A peer-reviewed series on topics in Early Modern forms of theater, theatricality and drama. Contributions may come from any of the disciplines within the humanities, such as theater studies, musicology, literary history, art history, book history, church history, social history, cultural history, and history of ideas. Each volume focuses on a single theme and consists of essays that explore new perspectives on the subject of study. The series aims to open up new areas of research or new approaches to early modern drama. Editions of valuable texts are also welcomed.
Drama and Theatre in Early Modern Europe
Editor-in-Chief: Jan Bloemendal
Edited by Jan Bloemendal, Peter G.F. Eversmann and Elsa Strietman
In this volume fifteen contributions discuss the role or roles of early modern ('literary' and non-literary) forms of theatre in the formation of public opinion or its use in making statements in public or private debates.
Edited by Jan Bloemendal & Frans-Willem Korsten
Both historically and theoretically this book deals the work and the life of Joost van den Vondel, the most famous and controversial Dutch playwright in the Dutch Republic. Over twenty-five of his tragedies are analyzed, offering an overview of different theoretical approaches. Historically, ...
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