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Women, performance, and the household in early modern England, 1580-1660
The texts and records of the household performances of early modern women collected and examined in this thesis, which together have not yet been the subject of any extended scholarly work, reveal that women performed in ...
The Author's Farce: Satiric Agency, Authority, and the Performance of Eighteenth-Century Satire on Film and the Stage
This dissertation investigates how dramatic performance affects satire, its forms of authorisation, adaptation, and interpretation. Focusing on Restoration and eighteenth-century dramatic satires and film adaptations of ...
Marked Men: Sport and Masculinity in Victorian Popular Culture, 1866-1904
In Marked Men: Sport and Masculinity in Victorian Popular Culture, 1866-1904 I examine the representation of the figure of the Victorian sportsman in different areas of nineteenth-century popular culture – newspapers, ...