Staging History: Renaissance Dramatic Historiography

eds. Sofie Kluge, Ulla Kallenbach & David Hasberg Zirak-Schmidt

Renæssanceforum 13 • 2018
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Introduction and Table of Contents
Ulla Kallenbach
Feigning History: The early modern imagination and the theatre (English summary)
David Hasberg Zirak-Schmidt
Histrionic History: Theatricality and Historiography in Shakespeare’s Richard III (English summary)
Per Sivefors
"What Passions Call You These": Privacy and Metapoetic Foreignness in Marlowe’s Edward II (English summary)
Bent Holm
The Re-formation of Antichrist: Jacobean adaptations of the Battle of Lepanto (English summary)
Sofie Kluge
"Dios juzga de la intención": Questioning Conquest in Lope de Vega's El nuevo mundo descubierto por Cristóbal Colón (English summary)
Kristoffer Schmidt
Between Verisimilitude and History: The Case of Jean Racine’s Bajazet (English summary)
Magnus Tessing Schneider
Busenello’s Secret History: An allegorical reading of L’incoronazione di Poppea (English summary)
Christian Dahl
Event and Recurrence: On the Representation of Astronomical and Historical Time in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar (English summary)
Rebeca Sanmartín Bastida
La puesta en escena de la historia sagrada a comienzos del siglo xvi: La batalla de los ángeles en la dramaturgia visionaria de Juana de la Cruz (English summary)
Sacramento Roselló-Martínez
History Directed: Cultural Memory and Messianism in Lope de Vega's El último godo (English summary)


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