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'Why, sir, are there other heauens in other countries?': The English Comedy as a transnational style (2019)
Book Chapter
Drábek, P. (2019). 'Why, sir, are there other heauens in other countries?': The English Comedy as a transnational style. In M. A. Katritzky, & P. Drabek (Eds.), Transnational Connections in Early Modern Theatre (139-161). Manchester: Manchester University Press

This essay analyzes the specifics of the English Comedy (Englische Comedie) as a genre practised by the popular travelling English troupes and their inheritors, during the century between the 1580s and 1680s. Most scholarship has assumed that English... Read More about 'Why, sir, are there other heauens in other countries?': The English Comedy as a transnational style.

Introduction (2019)
Book Chapter
Drábek, P., & Katritzky, M. A. (2019). Introduction. In Transnational Connections in Early Modern Theatre (1-19). Manchester: Manchester University Press

This introduction outlines the methodological, theoretical and interdisciplinary novelties of the volume, reflecting on the historiographical specifics and methods applied in the volume, in its organization, in its treatment of historic documents and... Read More about Introduction.

"There probably is some higher power": Philosophical Undercurrents in the Work of Jaroslav Malina (2019)
Book Chapter
Drábek, P. (2019). "There probably is some higher power": Philosophical Undercurrents in the Work of Jaroslav Malina. In J. Brandesky (Ed.), Jaroslav Malina in Scenography and Painting (251-282). Prague: Karolinum Press

Jaroslav Malina was not only a world-renowned scenographer but also an acclaimed visual artist who, throughout his career, kept creating paintings and graphic objects. It has been pointed out by connoisseurs of his work – particularly by contributors... Read More about "There probably is some higher power": Philosophical Undercurrents in the Work of Jaroslav Malina.

National e-resources of Shakespeare translations in Europe: (Dis)assembling the black box (2019)
Journal Article
Cetera-Włodarczyk, A., Tronch, J., Drábek, P., Gaydin, B., Makarov, V., Montorfano, B., …Zakharov, N. (2019). National e-resources of Shakespeare translations in Europe: (Dis)assembling the black box. Cahiers Élisabéthains: A Biannual Journal of English Renaissance Studies, 99(1), 89-101. https://doi.org/10.1177/0184767819835567

© The Author(s) 2019. This article discusses the construction, operation and scholarly usefulness of electronic resources of Shakespeare translations. In particular, it offers an overview of several existing European digital resources of Shakespeare... Read More about National e-resources of Shakespeare translations in Europe: (Dis)assembling the black box.

Shakespeare’s myriad-minded stage: Propositional spaces of cultural hybridity (2019)
Journal Article
Drábek, P. (2019). Shakespeare’s myriad-minded stage: Propositional spaces of cultural hybridity. Cahiers Élisabéthains: A Biannual Journal of English Renaissance Studies, 99(1), 45-55. https://doi.org/10.1177/0184767819835551

© The Author(s) 2019. The concept of hybridity is profoundly ingrained in logocentric epistemologies that assert such cultural constructs as the unity of a text, authorship, ownership or an identity of sorts. This article aims at hybridity that takes... Read More about Shakespeare’s myriad-minded stage: Propositional spaces of cultural hybridity.

Visualising Process- Hofman’s 1926 Hamlet (2018)
Journal Article
Fergusson Baugh, C. (2018). Visualising Process- Hofman’s 1926 Hamlet. Theatralia, 21(2), 15-28. https://doi.org/10.5817/TY2018-2-2

The 1926 production of Hamlet is of particular significance in a range of contexts. It was Karel Hiller’s return production following a career hiatus occasioned by a devastating stroke in 1924 and marked the beginning of a more reflective stage of hi... Read More about Visualising Process- Hofman’s 1926 Hamlet.

Czech and Slovak scenography for Shakespeare (2018)
Book
Havlíčková Kysová, Š., & Billing, C. (Eds.). (2018). Czech and Slovak scenography for Shakespeare. Brno: Masarykova univerzita = Masaryk University

This volume of essays examines the history of scenography for Shakespeare in Central Europe and explores theoretical models for understanding the space, place and performance of Shakespeare using phenomenology, Structuralist semiotics, sociologic... Read More about Czech and Slovak scenography for Shakespeare.