CfP: The Politics of Domestic Drama in Early Modern England

In the early modern period, the household was commonly perceived as analogical to the state, the head of the household, a king, the servants, his subjects: “An houshold,” John Dod and Robert Cleaver wrote in 1598, “is as it were a little Commonwealth.” Towards the end of the sixteenth-century, the domestic received particular attention from … Continue reading CfP: The Politics of Domestic Drama in Early Modern England