Issues in Renaissance Theater and Medieval Spanish Poetry
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The following video contains the session entitled “Issues in Renaissance Theater and Medieval Spanish Poetry” from the 2016 Second International Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Thought at Sam Houston State University. The papers presented in this session are "The Ape as Avatar: A Study of Material Transformation in Medieval Manuscripts" by Benjamin Thorpe, “Sixteenth Century Scotland: Blood! Bagpipes! Theatre?” by Sara Christian, and “Insult to Injury: Incest in Medieval Spanish Poetry” by Debra Andrist.
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