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The Performance Tradition of the Medieval English University


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Acknowledgments List of Figures Introduction: University Drama Before the Tudor Period Performative Ideation and the New Wykehamist Ideal Devotional Performativity: A Ductus for the Trinity College MS Libellus de Laudibus Duarum Civitatum: A Medieval Altercatio Exchanging Performative Words: Christmas Kings, Epistolary Performance, and Honest Solace Conclusion Appendix 1: Textual and Performative Communities of Oxford, Wells, and Exeter Appendix 2: Performance Spaces at Wells Cathedral Appendix 3: The Codicological Implications of the All Souls College MS Appendix 4: Cambridge: Trinity College MS R.14.5 Illustrations Appendix 5: Performative Oxford Letters and Related Material Bibliography

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Thomas Meacham is Director of the Arts Center and Assistant Professor of Theatre at Lake Superior State University. His research explores unconventional medieval performance practices in addition to contemporary examinations of performativity and gender. He received the June Bennett Larsen Fellowship from the theatre department at the CUNY Graduate Center and the Schallek Award from the Medieval Academy of America in recognition for his dissertation.

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