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Université de Fribourg

The Christmas Drama of the Household of St John's College, Oxford

Dutton, Elisabeth

In: Household Knowledges: The Home Life of Information in Late Medieval England and France, 2019, p. 100-128

This article explores the tradition of Christmas drama at St John's College, Oxford, where plays both Latin and English, of high and low culture, were central to festive celebrations in the late medieval and early modern periods.

Université de Fribourg

Drama, Performance and Touch in the Medieval Convent and Beyond

Dutton , Elisabeth ; Robinson, Olivia

In: Touching, Devotional Practice and Visionary Experience in the Late Middle Ages, 2019, p. 43-68

In this analysis we explore the sensory performances of the performer, rather than the spectator, in medieval convent drama, particularly the tactile experiences of clothing, props, wigs, and beards worn by female performers presenting male and female characters.

Université de Fribourg

Origini, Epoche e Caratteri della Lingua Italiana

Borsa, Paolo

In: Per Enrico Fenzi : Saggi di allievi e amici per i suoi ottant'anni, 2020, p. 537-541

Dopo aver inquadrato la questione filologica della serie di articoli noti come "Epoche della lingua italiana" o "Epoche della letteratura italiana", stesi da Ugo Foscolo in Inghilterra tra 1824 e 1825 e pubblicati solo in parte sulla "European Review" di Alexander Walker, il contributo offre la trascrizione dello scritto intitolato "Origini, Epoche e Caratteri della Lingua Italiana", che si trova...

Université de Fribourg

"Looking after them, reading in Homer": Thomas Goffe’s Turk Plays in Oxford

Dutton, Elisabeth

In: European Medieval Drama, 2018, vol. 22, p. 171-188

This article discusses two Turk plays of Thomas Goffe that were performed at Christ Church in the first quarter of the seventeenth century, and subsequently printed: the plays present events from late medieval history, but with extensive classical allusion. The article considers the plays’ use of theatrical reference and books as props: these devices may have encouraged a particular response in...

Université de Neuchâtel

Familie erzählen : Vererbung in Literatur und Wissenschaft, 1850–1900

Brückner, Benjamin

Freiburg i.Br./Berlin/Wien : Rombach Verlag, 2019

(Rombach Wissenschaften: Unsichere Wissen der Literatur ; 6)

ISBN: 978-3-7930-9937-6

Ma thèse Familie erzählen. Vererbung in Literatur und Wissenschaft, 1850-1900 (Raconter la famille. Hérédité dans la littérature et les sciences, 1850-1900) s’occupe de la question comment la narration de la famille, la forme et la structure de cette narration, ont été changées par l’apparition d’un concept biologique de la famille qui était lui-même un produit du discours...