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The Materials of Early Theatre: Sources, Images, and Performance
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Meg Twycross is Emeritus Professor of English at Lancaster University, UK. Sarah Carpenter has taught in the English Literature Department of the University of Edinburgh for the last forty years. She is the author, with Meg Twycross, of Masks and Masking in Medieval and Tudor England and has published widely on early drama, most often on issues of performance. She is an editor of the journal "Medieval English Theatre", and is currently working on the volume on the Royal Court for the Records of Early Drama: Scotland. Pamela King holds a fractional chair in the department of English Language and Linguistics in the University of Glasgow. She previously held the chair in Medieval Studies in the University of Bristol. She is author of The York Cycle and the Worship of the City (2006) and Medieval Literature 1350-1500 (2011), and most recently edited The Routledge Research Companion to Early Drama and Performance. She has written and edited a number of other things on late medieval and early modern subjects, chiefly on drama, and has collaborated on projects and articles with Meg Twycross.
Introduction by Sarah Carpenter and Pamela King Part I: York `"Places to hear the play": Pageant Stations at York 1398-1572', Records of Early English Drama Newsletter (1978:2), pp. 10-33 `The Left-Hand-Side Theory: A Retraction', Medieval English Theatre 14 (1992), pp. 77-94 `Some Aliens in York and their Overseas Connections up to 1470', Leeds Studies in English, n.s. 29 (1998), pp. 359-80 `The King's Peace and the Play: the York Corpus Christi Eve Proclamation', Medieval English Theatre 29 (2007), pp. 121-150 `The Ordo Paginarum revisited with a Digital Camera', `Bring furth the pagants': Essays in Early English Drama presented to Alexandra F. Johnston, ed. by David N. Klausner and Karen Sawyer Marsalek (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007), pp. 105-131 Part II: Performance `"Playing the Resurrection"', Medieval Studies for J.A.W. Bennett Aetatis Suae LXX, ed. by Peter Heyworth (Oxford: Clarendon, 1981), pp. 273-96 `Books for the Unlearned', Drama and Religion, ed. by James Redmond (Cambridge University Press, 1983), pp. 65-110 `"Transvestism" in the Mystery Plays', Medieval English Theatre 5:2 (1983), pp. 123-80 Part III: Theology `"As the sun with his beams when he is most bright"', Medieval English Theatre, 12:1 (1990), pp. 34-79 `"With what body shall they come?": Black and White Souls in the Mystery Plays', Langland, the Mystics, and the Medieval Religious Tradition, ed. by Helen Phillips (Cambridge: Brewer, 1990), pp. 271-86. `Kissing Cousins: The Four Daughters of God and the Visitation in the N.Town Mary Play', Medieval English Theatre, 18 (1998 for 1996), pp. 99-141 Part IV: Processions and the wider culture `The Flemish Ommegang and its Pageant Cars', Medieval English Theatre, 2:1 (1980), 15-41, and 2:2 (1980), pp. 80-98 `Felsted of London: silk-dyer and theatrical entrepreneur', Medieval English Theatre, 10:1 (1988), pp. 4-16 `The York Mercers' Lewent Brede and the Hanseatic Trade', Medieval English Theatre, 17 (1995), pp. 96-119 `The Leuven Ommegang and Leuven City Archives', European Drama 4: Selected papers from the Fourth International Conference on `Aspects of European Medieval Drama', Camerino, 5-8 August 1999, ed. by Andre Lascombes (Turnhout: Brepols, 2001), pp. 77-90 Meg Twycross' bibliography