Dido
Society Meetings Journal

Screen capture from the film by Maria Cecire of the 2013 EDOX staging of William Gager’s Latin Dido (1583) in the Great Hall
of Christ Church Oxford. For the whole film, and more about the project, go to the EDOX website.

Medieval English Theatre is a society which exists to promote interest in and study of early theatre both within and beyond the academic community. Since 1979 it has published an international refereed journal, Medieval English Theatre, now one of the leading publications on medieval and Tudor theatre up to the rise of the commercial playhouses and the suppression of the civic religious drama. The journal is now distributed by the publisher Boydell and Brewer.
METh also organises an annual conference meeting each year at a different location in Britain and on a different theme.

 

METh Meeting 2019: Call for Papers

The 2019 Medieval English Theatre Meeting, celebrating 40 years of METh, will be held on Friday 12th to Saturday 13th April at the Université de Fribourg, Switzerland. The topic is People and Places: Networks, Communities, and Early Theatre. We invite papers that explore examples of early theatre as site-specific, or as the products of particular networks or communities, medieval or post-medieval. For further details see the 2019 Medieval English Theatre Meeting webpage.
On 12 April there will be a Postgraduate and Early Career Symposium run by the Early English Drama and Performance Network (registration free but space limited).

 




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