Shakespeare and Modern Theatre: The Performance of Modernity

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Sheehan, Kathy. “Piecing Together the Puzzle of Susan Glaspell: A Bibliography.” Bulletin of Bibliography (BB). 57.2 (2000): 69-84. On return to Paris in 1658 Molière‎, who by now had taken the stage name so his family wouldn't be embarrassed, and his company were able to perform for the king. The new major in art theory and criticism (beginning Fall 2013) presents an interdisciplinary course of study that emphasizes conceptualization in modern and contemporary art practices, the asking of foundational questions about the nature and function of art in relation to human subjectivity and society, and the endeavor to link the aims of art to concerns in other disciplines.

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