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“A SPANIARD IS NO ENLISHMAN THAT I KNOWE” ANGLO-SPANIARD POLITICS IN EARLY MODERN THEATRE
Postcolonial studies of Early Modern English drama’s Moorish and Jewish characters, as elaborated by scholars such as Edward Said and Daniel Vitkus, have framed the discussion as a black (Moor/Jew) versus white (Protestant ...
British Periodical Representations of China: 1793-1830
British periodicals played a vital role in building and shaping an image of China in the minds of their British middle class readership between the years 1793-1830. This period of time is significant in that it encompasses ...
York Bowen's Three Viola and Piano Masterworks for Lionel Tertis
English violist Lionel Tertis (1876-1975) was the “father of the viola” and revolutionized viola playing as we know it today. Known for his beauty and depth of tone, Tertis’s techniques are evident in the many works he ...
Beyond the War Relief: American Women and War Relief at the Western Front in World War I
A significant number of American women volunteered for the war relief effort in France, Belgium, and England before the US officially entered World War I in April 1917. This thesis considers three such women, Mary Dexter, ...