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- * Development of a Neo-Baroque aesthetic.*
- Baroque performance practices.
> Especially as concerns France, Iberia, England, Ireland and Italy.
- Baroque performance theory.
- Contemporary conceptions and reception of Early Modern theatre.
- The persistence of the Baroque in modern performance practice (e.g. Robert Wilson, Eugène Green, Benjamin Lazar)
- Historically informed performance (HIP) of theatre and music (esp. Renaissance and Early Modern.)
- Counter-Reformation, Renaissance and Medieval liturgy and spirituality as performance.
- The evolution of the Catholic liturgy from the Early Church through the Council of Trent.
- Masculine identity in opera and drama in the Early Modern Papal States.
- The castrato phenomenom in Catholic Europe.
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