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    • Anatomy of woman: The politics of medical culture in early modern drama 

      Ma, Hilda Hue (2009)
      "Anatomy of Woman: The Politics of Medical Culture in Early Modern Drama," interrogates the period's medical comprehension and construction of the female body by examining the ways in which medical discourse surfaces in ...
    • Tyranny in Jacobean Roman tragedies (1603--1611) 

      Cetin, Iclal (2005)
      This dissertation defends the theory that Jacobean Roman tyrant-tragedies are inherently anti-tyrannical and anti-absolutist. As such, they contest the absolutist discourses of James I, which claim that legitimate kings ...