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Coverage for grant RQ-50382-09

RQ-50382-09
Records of Early English Drama: Editorial Support
Peter Greenfield, University of Puget Sound

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=RQ-50382-09

"Reading the riot acts and scenes of London's violent theatrical past." (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Matthew Reisz
Publication: Times Higher Education
Date: 3/2/2011
Abstract: Announcement of EMLoT website with a few examples.
Link: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?storyCode=415326§ioncode=26

"Hell-raising antics of Shakespearean actors revealed." (Media Coverage)
Publication: The Telegraph
Date: 2/9/2011
Abstract: Announcement of website with examples.
Link: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/theatre/theatre-news/8303242/Hellraising-antics-of-Shakespearean-actors-revealed.html

"Early Modern London Theatres Database Now Online." (Review)
Author(s): Peter Kirwan
Publication: The Shakespeare Apocrypha
Date: 2/2/2011
Abstract: Blog announcement and review of EMLoT website.
Link: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/apocrypha/entry/early_modern_london/

"Boy-Bard Actors of Long Ago." (Media Coverage)
Publication: Daily Express
Date: 2/5/2011
Abstract: Article announcing launch of EMLoT website.
Link: http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/227214/Bard-boy-actors-of-long-ago

"Beyond the Bard." (Media Coverage)
Publication: British Academy News
Date: 2/2/2011
Abstract: Announcement of launching of EMLoT, on British Academy's website.
Link: http://www.britac.ac.uk/news/news.cfm/newsid/456

"Fascinating Tales of London's Early Theatres." (Media Coverage)
Publication: artsHub
Date: 2/9/2011
Abstract: Announcement/description of new website
Link: http://www.artshub.co.uk/uk/news-article/news/arts/fascinating-tales-of-londons-early-theatres-183247

"1642 – and EMLoT – Early Modern London Theatres." (Media Coverage)
Publication: IHR Digital
Date: 4/6/2011
Abstract: Description of new website.
Link: http://ihr-history.blogspot.com/2011/03/1642-and-emlot-early-modern-london.html

Sunday Feature: Myths and Mystery Cycles (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Tom Alban (producer)
Publication: BBC Radio 3
Date: 9/12/2010
Abstract: Radio program (45 min.) incl. excerpts of interviews with REED editors and interested scholars. The Records of Early English Drama is now one of the biggest research projects ever to have taken place in the study of English literature. It's brief is to 'establish the broad context from which the great drama of Shakespeare and his contemporaries grew'. But rather than look again at the extant texts and folios of the mystery plays and pageants of the early medieval period, a small army of REED (Records of Early English Drama) scholars, marshalled from their HQ at the University of Toronto, are combing through church and court records for any reference to plays, music, pageant and performance that they can find.
Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00tp8mt


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