Didaskalia is no longer under the auspices of UNL. We are continuing to accept submissions during this transition, so please keep them coming! We appreciate your patience with this transition process.
|16.05||Review - Aeschylus’ Prometheus Bound, Poreia Theatre, Summer Tour 2021, Greece
Nina Papathanasopoulou et al.
|16.04||Article - Akairos, or The Jerk:a performance translation of P.Oxy. 5189
Melissa Funke and C. W. Marshall
|16.03||Article - Leadership in the Time of COVID: Responding to Theater of War's The Oedipus Project
|16.02||Article - Feminism(s) and Humanism in Wertenbaker’s Dianeira
|16.01||Review - Communities and Contexts in the Theory and Practice of Roman Drama
Didaskalia is a peer-reviewed electronic journal dedicated to the study of all aspects of ancient Greek and Roman performance. Didaskalia is committed to open access and the free dissemination of scholarship.
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The University of Oxford's Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama has released the first two chapters of their most recent interactive ebook, Agamemnon, a performance history. The chapters are available through Apple Books. The APGRD previously published an interactive ebook called Medea, a performance history.