in Transnational connections in early modern theatre
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This afterword places the volume and the research presented in it into the context of the Theater Without Borders research collective and reflects on recent developments of research in early modern theatre exchanges and connections. Written by the co-editor of two previous volumes that came out of the Theater Without Borders initiative (Transnational Exchange in Early Modern Theater (2008) and Transnational Mobilities in Early Modern Theater (2014), both edited by Robert Henke and Eric Nicholson), the afterword highlights the continuities and developments in the methodologies of early modern theatre and performance as a rich transnational phenomenon.


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