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Comparative Drama is a scholarly journal devoted to studies international in spirit and interdisciplinary in scope. Founded over forty-five years ago by English professors at Western Michigan University, the journal has earned recognition from the academic community worldwide and continues to maintain the standard of excellence set by its founders. In keeping with our philosophy of interdisciplinarity, internationality, and inclusiveness, we publish a range of scholarly perspectives on drama from the ancient past to the postmodern present, from traditional to experimental, written by established as well as emerging scholars. Our aims are to generate provocative and innovative views of an existing corpus, to provide a forum for the discussion of dramatic works previously marginalized or omitted from the literary canon, and to encourage the use of archival materials.
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