Check out our new and updated ‘Related Websites’ page, which gives details of websites and links for various societies and scholarly journals – both in the UK and abroad – dedicated to the study of Medieval and Early Modern drama. You can find it at http://community.dur.ac.uk/reed.ne/?page_id=31 !
This months’ Flower comes from the Order Book of the City of Durham (Durham County Archives ref. Du 1/4/4). James I visited Durham in 1617 on his way to Scotland and was welcomed into the city with all due pomp and ceremony. However, behind the scenes there had been a conflict raging in the city […]
Our REED-NE colleague Dr Diana Wyatt will contribute a paper to this year’s Medieval English Theatre (METh) meeting which takes place in Murray Edwards College, Cambridge on 29 March. The title of Dr Wyatt’s paper will be: ‘”I’d have dressed for the occasion”: reflections on audience engagement with biblical plays’. A brief abstract: ‘In accordance […]
The REED-NE Project Office is now open: Room 267 Elvet Riverside II, New Elvet, Durham University (Durham), DH1 3JT; tel. +44 (0)1913344333. If you’re a Durham resident, student or scholar who’s interested in the work of the project, or if you’re going to be visiting Durham in the near future and would like more information […]
Welcome to the Records of Early English Drama Northeast Blog! Here our Durham-based project members will be posting regular updates regarding the ongoing work of the project, as well as keeping you up-to-date with news, events and performances relating to early English drama from the notheastern counties and elsewhere. Blog followers are warmly invited to […]