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Stage or Scaffold?

Brailowsky, Yan (22 oct. 2013)

My post on Mary Queen of Scots prompted me to think about why her case seems so dramatic, in the literal sense of the word, and why it gave rise to several theatrical adaptations. In this post, I'd like to provide one answer: Mary was executed on a scaffold and scaffolds were also among the first ...

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Hazardous parallels

Brailowsky, Yan (29 oct. 2013)

A couple of weeks ago, after a few days of intense activity (a.k.a. 'too much work'), I decided to binge on film, as I am wont to do. Despite my doubts, among the various movies I decided to see was Diana, directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, starring Naomi Watts as the Princess of Wales. After having ...

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Murderous Queens on Stage

Brailowsky, Yan (24 sept. 2013)

The blog will include chapters-in-progress, biographies, summaries of forgotten plays, annotated book reviews, CFPs, and illustrations for a research project on murderous queens in early modern European drama (from 1550 to 1650 approximately, focusing initially on English, French, Spanish and ...

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The morbid fascination for infanticide

Brailowsky, Yan (3 juil. 2016)

Disclaimer: I am currently writing a chapter on infanticidal queens in early modern drama. It is neither a pleasant topic, nor a pleasant undertaking — particularly at this moment for personal reasons easy to guess — but the topic raises interesting questions about national history, genealogy ...

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Disentangling genre and gender

Brailowsky, Yan (21 déc. 2013)

Moll Cutpurse, from title page of 'The Roaring Girl', T. Dekker and T. Middleton, 1611 A  recent conference on "Genre and Gender" organized by research group IMAGER / UPEC was a great opportunity to reflect on these categories. The CFP stated some of the issues which would be discussed during the ...

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Scot Queen Still Hot Topic

Brailowsky, Yan (29 sept. 2013)

It was difficult to not think about big newspaper headlines when walking around Edinburgh this summer, seeing banners promoting the exhibit on Mary Queen of Scots at the National Museum of Scotland on every lampost. Our hosts in Auld Reeky had heard good things about the exhibit, and we were warned ...

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Women and the Elizabethan stage

Brailowsky, Yan (11 janv. 2014)

At the IMAGER conference late November mentioned in an earlier post, I also mentioned the misleading assumption that there were no women on the Elizabethan stage. It is a point I stress in class and at conferences with audiences unfamiliar with the realities of Elizabethan drama. It provides endless ...

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