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Publisher(s): SONGS Music Publishing, LLC, o/b/o Songs Of SMP, Songs Of Universal, Inc.Freeman, University of Illinois at Chicago Masonic Ritual as Philosophy in Early Eighteenth-Century France Pannill Camp, Washington University in St.Freeman, University of Illinois at Chicago Mediated Spaces on the Venetian Stage: Transnational Resistance and Appropriation in Carlo Gozzi's Natalya Baldyga, Tufts University Needless Captives: Toleration, Dissent, and Resistance in Dryden's Americas Andrew Brown, Yale University Transmediality and the Garrick-Zoffany Collaborative Mita Choudhury, Purdue University Northwest Finding a National Identity in Transnational Plays: An Examination of the Hamburg National Theater's Repertoire, 1767 Elizabeth Coen, University of Pittsburgh The Spectacle of Nature in Eighteenth-Century France Tili Boon Cuillé, Washington University in St.There may still be over two months until the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, but at least we now know who is in contention to win on music's biggest night.The 2016 Grammy Awards nominees were announced early Monday morning, with four of the biggest categories released on s Eligible To Compete At The Grammys?Louis Crosshairs: In the Intersection of the Theatre of War and the Theatre of War Odai Johnson, University of Washington Finding Austria in the Zauberstück Patrick King, Tufts University 'Trans-' in the Trans-Atlantic British Community: 1715-1743 Michal Kobialka, University of Minnesota Arlequin's Critical Body: Alterity and Satire in Marginal French Theatre Jeffrey Leichman, Louisiana State University The Transglobal Arlecchino: Delisle's Özgül Akıncı, University of British Colombia My Slow Death As an Emerging Academic or The Fast Death of Peace Process in Turkey Ron Athey's Queer Blood; 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