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Submissions from 2016

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Agency in the Anthropocene: Goethe, Radical Reality, and the New Materialisms, Heather I. Sullivan

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The Dark Pastoral: Goethe and Atwood, Heather I. Sullivan

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Threatening Animals?, Heather I. Sullivan

Submissions from 2015

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Human and Non-human Agencies in the Anthropocene, Gabriele Dürbeck, Caroline Schaumann, and Heather I. Sullivan

With What Arms Do We Fight? Possible Worlds and the Network of Characters in Corneille’s Nicomède, Nina Ekstein

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Imperial Incentives and Individual Allegiances in Juan Antonio Correa’s La pérdida y restauración de Bahía de Todos los Santos, Matthew D. Stroud

Subjects, Objects, and Psychoanalysis: Lacanian Concepts as Pedagogical Approaches to Don Quixote, Matthew D. Stroud

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Nature and the "Dark Pastoral" in Goethe's Werther, Heather I. Sullivan

New Materialism, Heather I. Sullivan

Submissions from 2014

Dramatic Point of View. L’École des femmes and Le Misanthrope, Nina Ekstein

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"¡Ay, reino mal gobernado!": The Monarchy in Mira de Amescua’s Las desgracias del rey don Alfonso, el Casto, Matthew D. Stroud

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Taking Matters into Their Own Hands: Heroic Women of the Early Reconquest in the Spanish Comedia, Matthew D. Stroud

The Wife-Murder Plays, Matthew D. Stroud

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Dirty Traffic and the Dark Pastoral in the Anthropocene: Narrating Refugees, Deforestation, Radiation, and Melting Ice, Heather I. Sullivan

Submissions from 2013

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Irony in Emmanuel Carrère’s La moustache, Nina Ekstein

Submissions from 2012

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La pratique ironique de l’appel à l’autorité dans les péritextes du théâtre de Corneille, Nina Ekstein

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Sex in Rotrou’s Theater: Performance and Disorder, Nina Ekstein

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The Theatrical lieu de culture within Molière’s Theater, Nina Ekstein

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Material Ecocriticism: Dirt, Waste, Bodies, Food, and other Matter, Dana Phillips and Heather I. Sullivan

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Genesis 31-34 as Spanish Comedia: Lope de Vega’s El robo de Dina, Matthew D. Stroud

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The Biblical Ruth as Dama Principal: Tirso’s La mejor espigadera, Matthew D. Stroud

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Dirt Theory and Material Ecocriticism, Heather I. Sullivan

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Faust’s Mountains: An Ecocritical Reading of Goethe’s Tragedy and Science, Heather I. Sullivan

Submissions from 2011

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Performing Violence in Rotrou’s Theater, Nina Ekstein

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Affinity Studies and Open Systems: A Non-equilibrium, Ecocritical Reading of Goethe's Faust, Heather I. Sullivan

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Nature in a Box: Ecocriticism, Goethe’s Ironic Werther, and Unbalanced Nature, Heather I. Sullivan

Submissions from 2010

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Rotrou’s Bélisaire: Hierarchy and Meaning, Nina Ekstein

The Dramatic Transformation of Food in Tristan L'Hermite's Le Parasite, Nina Ekstein

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De la Biblia hebrea a la comedia española: El clavo de Jael de Mira de Amescua, Matthew D. Stroud

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Ecocriticism, the Elements, and the Ascent/Descent into Weather in Goethe’s Faust, Heather I. Sullivan

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Unbalanced Nature, Unbounded Bodies, and Unlimited Technology: Ecocriticism and Karen Traviss’s Wess’har Series, Heather I. Sullivan

Submissions from 2009

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The Conversion of Polyeucte’s Félix: The Problem of Religion and Theater, Nina Ekstein

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Time, Space, and the Question of Heroism in Sertorius, Nina Ekstein

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Artistic Distance and the Comedia: Lessons from Don Quijote, Matthew D. Stroud

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Supersession, the Comedia nueva, and Tirso's La mejor espigadera, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 2008

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The Play of Means and Ends: Justice in Lope's Fuenteovejuna, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 2007

Los celos hasta los cielos y desdichada Estefanía: Honor, amor, ideal y falla en la obra de Luis Vélez de Guevara, Matthew D. Stroud

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The Dangerous Quest for Nature Narratives in Goethe’s Werther: A Reading of the Ruptured Monologue and the Ruptured Body, Heather I. Sullivan

Submissions from 2006

The Trilogue in Corneille's Theater, Nina Ekstein

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Another Look at Calderón’s El príncipe constante as Tragedy, Matthew D. Stroud

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Defining the Comedia: On Generalizations Once Widely Accepted That are no Longer Accepted so Widely, Matthew D. Stroud

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The Closest Reading: Creating Annotated Editions, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 2005

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Over the Top: From the Tragic to the Comic in Corneille, Nina Ekstein

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The Odd Man Out: The Kings in Corneille's Machine Plays, Nina Ekstein

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Infallible Texts and Righteous Interpretations: Don Quijote and Religious Fundamentalism, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 2004

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Corneille's Absent Characters, Nina Ekstein

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The Director’s Cut: Baroque Aesthetics and Modern Stagings of the Comedia, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 2003

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Knowing Irony: The Problem of Corneille, Nina Ekstein

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Pompée's Absence in Corneille's 'La Mort de Pompée', Nina Ekstein

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Authenticity, Authoriality, and the Nature of Electronic Texts: Don Quijote in the Age of Digital Reproduction, Matthew D. Stroud

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Gender and the Gaze: Sor Juana, Lacan, and Spanish Baroque Poetry, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 2002

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Metaphors of Mathematics in Corneille's Theater, Nina Ekstein

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Sophonisbe's Seduction: Corneille Writing Against Mairet, Nina Ekstein

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Women and Marriage in Corneille's Theater, Nina Ekstein

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Uxoricidas, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 2001

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Le change in Corneille and Racine, Nina Ekstein

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Uncertainty in Corneille's Héraclius, Nina Ekstein

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Artistry and Irony in María de Zaya's La inocencia castigada, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 2000

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Comedy, Foppery, Camp: Moreto’s El lindo don Diego., Matthew D. Stroud

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Homo/Hetero/Social/Sexual: Gila in Vélez’s La serrana de la Vera, Matthew D. Stroud

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Performativity and Sexual Identity in Calderón’s Las manos blancas no ofenden (White Hands Don't Offend), Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1999

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Staging the Tyrant on the Seventeenth-Century French Stage, Nina Ekstein

Submissions from 1998

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Mithridate, Displacement, and the Sea, Nina Ekstein

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Pedro Calderón de la Barca, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1997

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The Comedia in Amsterdam, 1609-1621: Rodenburgh's Translation of Aguilar's La venganza honrosa, Matthew D. Stroud

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The Lessons of Calderón’s La cisma de Inglaterra, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1996

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Appropriation and Gender: The Case of Catherine Bernard and Bernard de Fontenelle, Nina Ekstein

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The Second Woman in the Theater of Villedieu, Nina Ekstein

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Sainthood and Psychoanalysis: Tirso's Santa Juana, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1995

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A Woman's Tragedy: Catherine Bernard's 'Brutus', Nina Ekstein

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Les contextes du portrait chez Bussy-Rabutin: fiction et réalité, Nina Ekstein

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The Demand for Love and the Mediation of Desire in La traición en la amistad, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1994

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Rivalry and Violence in Lope's El castigo sin verganza, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1993

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Language, Power, and Gender in Tristan’s La Marianne and La Mort de Sénèque, Nina Ekstein

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The Destabilization of the Future in Racine's Iphigénie, Nina Ekstein

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The Weight of the Future in Racine's Theater, Nina Ekstein

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Genre and Lack in the Comedia, Matthew D. Stroud

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The Desiring Subject and the Promise of Salvation: A Lacanian Study of Sor Juana's El divino Narciso, Matthew D. Stroud

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The Electronic Comedia, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1992

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Reference and Resemblance in the Seventeenth-Century Literary Portrait, Nina Ekstein

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Women's Images Effaced: The Literary Portrait in Seventeenth-Century France, Nina Ekstein

Submissions from 1991

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Pyrame and Thisbé: Lost in a "Minimalist" World, Nina Ekstein

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Clotaldo's Daughter, Matthew D. Stroud

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"¿Y sois hombre o sois mujer?": Sex and Gender in Tirso’s Don Gil de las calzas verdes, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1989

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Le Misanthrope and Tartuffe: Two Critiques of Verbal Portraiture, Nina Ekstein

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The Portrait on Stage in Molière's Theater, Nina Ekstein

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Symbols, Referents, and Theatrical Semantics: The Use of Hands in the Comedia, Matthew D. Stroud

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The Comedia as Playscript, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1988

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Noise and (In)coherence in Le Roman comique, Nina Ekstein

Submissions from 1987

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Further Considerations of History and Law in the Wife-Murder Comedias, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1986

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La Literatura y la Mujer en el Barroco: Valor, Agravio y Mujer, de Ana Caro, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1985

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The Comic Récit: Les Plaideurs, Nina Ekstein

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Love, Friendship, and Deceit in La traición en la amistad by María de Zayas, Matthew D. Stroud

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Martyrs, Martyrdom, and the Comedia, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1984

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Narrative Reliability and Spatial Limitations in Bajazet, Nina Ekstein

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Some Practical Thoughts on Producing Calderón’s Court Plays, Matthew D. Stroud

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The Comedia as Potboiler: Juan de Cabeza’s Matar por zelos su dama, Matthew D. Stroud

Submissions from 1983

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Andromaque. V,v: Disorder, Irony, and Progression, Nina Ekstein

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The Functions of the Récit in L'Ecole des femmes, Nina Ekstein

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The Resocialization of the Mujer Varonil in Three Plays by Vélez, Matthew D. Stroud