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The Adaptation Industry in Early Modern England

Posted By Madiha Hannachi, Friday, April 29, 2016
Updated: Friday, April 29, 2016

As a modern phenomenon, adaptation studies have scrutinized almost all the the early modern adaptations across history, world cultures, and languages. However, little has been devoted to early modern plays as adaptations. As adapters, early modern playwrights were part of a cultural network where adapting a play from a panoply of texts was a patternThe proposed panel seeks to shed light on early modern playwrights as adapters who had to please the audience’s eyes and ears and to negotiate the cultural and political limits of a production. It also intends to further delve into the mechanisms of the industry of adaptation in early modern England through stage productions.

Please send abstracts (max. 150 words) to Madiha Hannachi [madiha.hannachi@umontreal.ca] by 20 May 2016.

Tags:  adaptation  adaptation industry  arts  connected histories  cultural exchange  dialogue  early modern women  late Renaissance literature  literary networks  Literature  materiality  Mediterranean  Middle East  New World  Renaissance theory  Shakespeare  transnational literatures 

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