Dido
Society Meetings Journal

Screen capture from the film by Maria Cecire of the 2013 EDOX staging of William Gagerís Latin Dido (1583) in the Great Hall
of Christ Church Oxford. For the whole film, and more about the project, go to the EDOX website.

Medieval English Theatre is a society which exists to promote interest in and study of early theatre both within and beyond the academic community. Since 1979 it has published an international refereed journal, Medieval English Theatre, now one of the leading publications on medieval and Tudor theatre up to the rise of the commercial playhouses and the suppression of the civic religious drama. The journal is now distributed by the publisher Boydell and Brewer.
METh also organises an annual conference meeting each year at a different location, usually in Britain, and on a different theme.

 

Medieval English Theatre 41 (2019) has now been published. Congratulations to Boydell and Brewer for managing this at a very difficult time. Contents list here.

 

 

We are delighted to announce that Volumes 15 (1993) to 36 (2014) are now online at this website with accessible pdfs of the full text of most articles. Go to the relevant volume via the Volume Index page and follow the link(s).
This is an additional eight volumes since our last posting.
We are waiting for the authorís permission for a few articles. In that case you will be led to a pdf which says so, and asks for further information about their whereabouts or those of their representatives. Please help if you can. We would appreciate any information about heirs and assigns of those authors who have died.
Some images have been removed as we did not acquire permissions for online publication at the time. We are thinking of a way round this.

 

 

 




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