A Nomenclature for the Cultures and Practices of Writing in Early Modern Theatre

Lene Buhl Petersen

Abstract


This introductory essay constitutes a survey of the contributions gathered in this issue of JEMS. It begins with an overview of the volume’s area of study and moves on to build a glossary for an academic field whose perimeters are perhaps not all that clear. The survey next dwells – in a little more depth – on the various perspectives offered and issues raised in the volume, concluding with an afterthought on where this collection of papers leaves us as a scholarly community wishing to continue to engage with a difficult interstitial field beyond books and plays and between cultures and practices of writing in early modern theatre


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/JEMS-2279-7149-24879



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