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David S. Karr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
British radicalism in the long 18C; theatricality; penal transportation
|Address:||Dept. of History and Social Sciences
1001 Rogers St.
Columbia, MO 65216
|List Affiliations:||Emeritus Review Editor for H-Albion
Reviewer for H-Albion
|Reviews:||Kings and Aristocrats in the Age of Revolutions
Scoundrels in Context: The Pamphlet Wars of the 1790s
|Interests:||Art and Art History
European History / Studies
Ph.D. Modern European history; articles on British radicalism, theatricality and performance in the Age of Revolutions:
"Thoughts That Flash like Lightning": Thomas Holcroft, Radical Theater, and the Production of Meaning in 1790s London," _Journal of British Studies_ 40 (3): 324-56.
"Playing at Revolution: British 'Jacobin' Performance" (co-authored with James Epstein), _Journal of Modern History_ forthcoming Sept. 2007.
I am currently revising my book manuscript on British radicalism and theatricality in the age of revolutions, and conducting further research on penal transportation and radicalism.