In this Issue
Founded in 1948 by Everett W. Hesse, Bulletin of the Comediantes is published semiannually by the Comediantes, an international group of scholars interested in early modern Hispanic theater. The Bulletin welcomes articles and notes in Spanish and English dealing with sixteenth- and seventeenth-century peninsular and colonial Latin American drama. Submissions are refereed by at least two specialists in the field. Since 2011, the journal has been published by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at San Diego State University.
published byBulletin of the Comediantes
viewing issueVolume 61, Number 2, 2009
Table of Contents
- Calderón y el pensamiento ideológico y cultural de su época, and: De moretiana fortuna: Estudios sobre el teatro de Agustín Moreto, and: El teatro en la Hispanoamérica colonial, and: Teatro y poder en la época de Carlos II: Fiestas en torno a reyes y virreyes, and: A Companion to Lope de Vega (review)
- pp. 154-158
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