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April 27 | Festive Performance, Theatrical Surrogates: Early Modern Holidays and Commercial Playing

In sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England, holidays were often celebrated with dancing, music, athletic combat, unscripted roleplaying, and crossdressing. In the London playhouses, however, these same communal rituals functioned as commodified entertainments. This talk examines several ways in which theatre mobilized the logic of substitution that lay…

Apr 9-30 | Open Classroom Month

The Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center’s Open Teaching Initiative is pleased to launch Open Classroom Month. Designed to help prepare and familiarize Graduate Center students with CUNY’s undergraduate classrooms as well as a range of instructional models, Open Classroom Month invites GC students to visit…

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