Kingship, Tyranny, and Power

Starting date
June 1, 2016
Duration (months)
36
Departments
Foreign Languages and Literatures
Managers or local contacts
Avezzu' Guido , Bigliazzi Silvia
Keyword
Kingship and power, Classical drama, Early modern drama

The project investigates issues of power, legitimacy, subjectivity, agency, and ethos in relation to the ideas of kinghsip and tyranny across time and different cultures. It especially focuses upon Classical and Early Modern theatre, as well as on their intermedial and intercultural reception, with a distinctly comparative approach.
 

Project participants

Francesco Dall'Olio
Teaching Assistant
Marco Duranti
Teaching Assistant
Gherardo Ugolini
Associate Professor
Research areas involved in the project
Greek language and literature. Latin language and literature: Latin philology and language
Letteratura inglese e letterature anglofone
Literature (General): Comparative literature  (DFLL)
Letteratura inglese e letterature anglofone
Literature (General): Comparative literature  (DLLS)
Publications
Title Authors Year
The Tyrant's Fear. Part 2. Bigliazzi, Silvia 2018
The Tyrant's Fear Silvia, Bigliazzi 2017

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