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Midterm Project to World Theatre, 1640-1890: THEA 1342 - Oakland Campus: Home

A Guide to the Midterm Project as a part of Spring 2016 World Theatre, 1640-1910. This course is taught by Dr. Michelle Granshaw.

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Hopefully I’ll be seeing Hamlet here this month!

These pages were designed to help you research theatre history and figures from world theatre.

Syllabus & Assignments

Below are documents for Professor Granshaw's World Theatre 1640-1910 class:

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