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The Cambridge History of British Theatre
Revolutionising theatre: Brecht’s reinvention of the dramaturg
‘An example of courtesy and liberality’: great households and performance
The development of a professional theatre, 1540–1660
Life of Galileo: between contemplation and the command to participate
‘He's for a jig or a tale of bawdry—’: notes on the English dramatic jig
Abstract This article has its origin in the author's work on the staging of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century jigs. It offers comments on the nature of jigs, summarises their theatrical history and…
The grade debate: should we grade competency-based assessment?
- P. Thomson
The subject of this report is the practice of grading, that is, assessing and reporting levels of performance in competency-based vocational education and training. The aim of the research was to…